FAA Information Technology- Information Systems Security R&D Workshop
May 6th - 8th 2003
Mitre-2 Facility, 7515 Colshire Dr. McLean, VA

AGENDA

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TUESDAY, May 6, 2003
8-8:30 Registration, Continental Breakfast
8:30-8:40 MITRE Welcome
8:40-8:55 Workshop Concept of Operation - John R, Rossi, Conference Coordinator
9:00-9:10 Introduction to the IT-ISS R&D Workshop - Marshall Potter, FAA Chief Scientist for Information Technology
9:15-9:45 Keynote Address - Dr. Daniel J. Mehan, Assistant Administrator for Information Services and Chief Information Officer, AIO-1
9:50-10:10 Naval Postgraduate School - Cynthia Irvine
• Biometrics for Continuous Authentication of Flight Deck Personnel
• In-Flight Backup of Black Box Data to Ground Stations
Break
10:30-11:45

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)/FAA Computer Security Incident Response Center (CSIRC) - James Sidoran
• AFED JAVA GUI R&D Project - Lt. Matt Manger
• CyberWolf R&D Project - Lt. Matt Manger
• Distributed Agents for Information Warfare Operational Transition DAIWatch - Lt. Matt Manger
• Wireless - Paul Ratazzi
• Development of Trustworthy Systems from Untrustworthy Components with Untrustworthy Actors - Dr. Indrajit Ray

11:45-12:00 AIO-4 Research and Development - Marshall Potter, FAA Chief Scientist for Information Technology
12:00-1:00
Lunch
1:00-1:30

Intrusion Detection Research and Development - Peter Heldt, Marc Zissman, Richard Lippmann,. Bill Porto, MIT Lincoln Lab and Natural Selection, Inc.

1:35-1:50

Software and Digital Systems Safety (SDSS) Research Program - Barbara Lingberg, National Resource Specialist: FAA AVR Aircraft Certification

1:55-2:15

Extending COCOMO® II to Estimate the Cost of Developing Secure Software - Ed Colbert, University of Southern California (USC) – Center for Software Engineering (CSE)

2:15-2:30
Break
2:30-3:00 Development of a Robust Security Infrastructure for Data Warehousing - John Brackett, Software Engineering Resource Center (SERC), Boston University
3:05-3:25 Unintended Information Revelation Alert Agent - Rohini Srihari, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo
3:30-4:00 Summary and Discussion
4:00 Adjourn
5:00-6:00 Social/Reception
6:00 Workshop Dinner

 

Wednesday, May 7, 2003
8:00-8:30 Registration, Continental Breakfast
8:30-8:50 FAA’s Information Systems Security Architecture - John Kinkel
8:55-9:15 National Airspace System (NAS) Protection Profiles - Marshall Abrams
9:20-9:50 Cyber Panel (presentation and demonstration) - John Smith, SRA, Inc
9:55-10:15 FAA Computer Security Incident Response Center (CSIRC) Overview - Erik Smith
10:30-

Breakout Sessions:

(1) Real Time Intrusion Protect, Detect Response & Recovery:
Chairs: Bennie Sanford, Rob Cochran(“Real Time Intrusion Protect, Detect, Respond, & Recovery”)

(2) Integrity and Confidentiality in the Mobile Environment
Chairs: Marie Stella, Vic Patel(“Integrity and Confidentiality in the Mobile Environment”)

(3) Trustworthy Systems from Untrustworthy Components with Untrustworthy Actors
Chairs: Mary Beth Dormuth, Kevin Harnett (“Trustworthy Systems from Untrustworthy Components with Untrustworthy Actors”)

(4) Information Technology issues such as the need for Knowledge Management and Enterprise Architecture
Chairs: Ernie Lucier, Con Kenney

12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-

Breakout Sessions:

(1) Real Time Intrusion Protect, Detect Response & Recovery:
Chairs: Bennie Sanford, Rob Cochran(“Real Time Intrusion Protect, Detect, Respond, & Recovery”)

(2) Integrity and Confidentiality in the Mobile Environment
Chairs: Marie Stella, Vic Patel(“Integrity and Confidentiality in the Mobile Environment”)

(3) Trustworthy Systems from Untrustworthy Components with Untrustworthy Actors
Chairs: Mary Beth Dormuth, Kevin Harnett (“Trustworthy Systems from Untrustworthy Components with Untrustworthy Actors”)

(4) Information Technology issues such as the need for Knowledge Management and Enterprise Architecture
Chairs: Ernie Lucier, Con Kenney

 

THURSDAY, May 8, 2003
8:00 Registration
8:30-8:40 Outbriefs from the Breakout Sessions
8:45-9:15
9:15-9:35
9:35-9:50
9:50-10:10
10:10-11:10
11:10-11:30
11:30-11:50
12:00-1:00 Adjourn
1:00-1:20 Executive Meeting
1:20-1:40  
1:40-2:00  
2:00-2:20  
2:20-2:40  
   
2:45-3:15  
3:15-3:35  
3:35-3:55  
5:00  

 

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