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Cybersecurity for Cyber-Physical Systems

Presentations, Final Agenda & Abstracts now available. (note: The presentations & Abstracts are linked within the Agenda PDF file)

On April 23 and 24, 2012, the NIST ITL Computer Security Division will host a two-day workshop about the cyber security needed for cyber-physical systems (CPSs), with a focus on results of research and real-world deployment experiences. The first day will have speakers that address CPSs across multiple sectors of industry (e.g., automotive, aviation, healthcare). The second day will focus on cyber security needs of CPSs in the electric Smart Grid. Abstracts and slide sets from presenters will be published in a NIST Interagency Report as proceedings of the conference.

Goals of the conference:

  • To look at recent (2 – 3 years) research results and deployment experiences that have occurred in cyber-physical areas across multiple industries. (e.g., healthcare, manufacturing, automotive, electric Smart Grid)
  • To determine if there are security requirements that are unique to CPSs as opposed to strictly cyber or physical systems.

Presentations, Final Agenda & Abstracts are available
Note: The presentations and abstracts are linked within the agenda PDF file. (Updated: 05/04/12)

http://csrc.nist.gov/news_events/cps-workshop/cps-workshop-agenda_04-03-2012.pdf

Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Farnam Jahanian
National Science Foundation
Assistant Director for the Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate

Keynote Speaker:
Mr. Thomas Dion
Vendor Assessment Lead for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Control Systems Security Program (CSSP)

Advanced registration is required for admittance to NIST campus. If you plan to drive onto the NIST campus, please bring your car registration with you.

Created January 20, 2012, Updated September 21, 2016