Utrecht, The Netherlands
May 03, 2019
The annual Cyber Security Next Generation workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT, dcypher, and NWO) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, within the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.
The 5th edition of this workshop will be held at SURFnet in Utrecht on May 03, 2019. Participation is free of charge.
As in the previous years, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. The workshop also encourages the submission of interdisciplinary work on cybersecurity from related fields, including but not limited to all fields of criminology, law, economics, and psychology. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. Submission is done by sending an e-mail to: email@example.com
- Abstract submission deadline: March 29, 2019
- Notification of acceptance: April 12, 2019
- Registration deadline: April 25, 2019
- Workshop date: May 03, 2019
Registration is free but required. Please register here.
10:00 - 10:20 Registration
10:20 - 10:30 Welcome
10:30 - 11:15 Keynote: Anna Sperotto (University of Twente) - "Internet Security: Past, Present and Future challenges”
11:15 - 11:45 Morning coffee & poster session
11:45 - 12:30 Talks
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 14:30 BCMT award ceremony
14:30 - 15:00 Coffee break & poster session
15:00 - 16:00 Talks
16:00 - 17:00 Borrel
Anna Sperotto (University of Twente) - "Internet Security: Past, Present and Future challenges”
Abstract: The Internet is a magnificent dynamic system that is growing larger and faster than what we could ever had imagined. While there is speech of considering Internet access as a human right, we are at the same time faced daily with indications that the Internet infrastructure, and as a consequence we as society relying on it, are under attack. As future generation of security professionals, we have a chance to shape how the Internet will look like in the future. But to do so consciously and ethically, we need to know what we need to protect, and what the threats are. This talk with give some examples of attacks targeting the Internet, how we can measure them and what we can do to prevent them.