ICDIS 2018

Cyber & Information Security Workshop

in conjunction with ICDIS 2018

Cyberspace is fundamental to our national prosperity, as it is critical to commerce, research, education, and government. Realizing the benefits of this shared environment requires that we are able to properly balance the risks and rewards, understand and communicate threats to security and privacy, and rapidly adapt any resulting approach to a changing adversarial environment.

The Cyber and Information Security Workshop, organized by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will bring together cyber security researchers from academia, industry, and the national laboratories with program managers, security vendors, and practitioners to discuss the many challenges and to propose novel solutions pertaining to cyber security.

Research papers describing novel contributions in any area of cyber and information security are solicited. Papers may present techniques, applications, practical experience, theory, analysis, or experiments and evaluations. We encourage the submission of papers on technologies and methods that promise to improve cyber security practices, including, but not limited to, the following areas:

· Cloud Security

· Quantifying Risk

· Operational / End­User Implications

· Fusion of Heterogeneous Data

· Trend Analysis & Discovery

· Malware Analysis

· Trust Negotiations

· Policy

· Data Protection

· Authentication

· Encryption

· Software Assurance

· Malware Analysis

· Hardware Assurance

· Reverse Engineering

· Anomaly & Intrusion Detection

· Machine Learning

· Information Extraction

· Mathematical Techniques

· Human Factors

· Visualization

· Modeling Adversaries

· Moving Target Defense

· SCADA Systems

· Control Theory

· Connected and Autonomous Vehicles


Robert A. Bridges,        Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jared M. Smith,            Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Stacy Prowell,               Oak Ridge National Laboratory