Track Description

Simulation is an essential tool for the study and analysis of security and dependability of Critical Information Infrastructures. It can be used to address properties such as disruption, disturbance and loss of information, and to anticipate incidents that could lead to situations involving economical, material and, even, human loss. This track aims to bring together latest research and application on modeling and simulation of critical infrastructures associated to both government and industrial companies. It seeks to discuss and exchange ideas related to new needs, approaches, methods and tools.

The main topics, but not limited to, include:

  • Attack and Vulnerability Analysis.
  • Benchmarking and Statistical Analysis Tools.
  • Continuity of Services.
  • Dependable Communication Models.
  • Early Warning Systems.
  • Embedded Technologies Security.
  • Fault Tolerance and Incident Response.
  • Forensic Techniques and Monitoring.
  • Internet-based Control of Remote Systems.
  • SCADA/DCS and Control System Security.
  • Secure Information Sharing.
  • Security and Dependability Logistic Models.
  • Self-healing, Self-protection, Self-management Architectures.
  • Situation Awareness and Response Optimization.
  • Threats and Attack Modeling.
  • Trust Models in Critical Scenarios.

For further information please contact Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro and Francesco Longo.

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