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Explorations of Science in Cyber Security
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Wei Ming Khoo.
A scientific perspective on cyber security (a “science of cyber security”) is growing as a sound and respected area of research. In this talk we discuss how an empirical perspective enhances our understanding of how to create efficiently secure cyber infrastructure. In particular we discuss four questions that reflect “delusions” that we at the CERT Program see as endemic in the practice of cyber security.
We discuss our recent work in synthetic data generation and other work at CERT that strives to take sound scientific approaches to understanding and solving the challenges of creating and operation efficiently secure cyber infrastructure.
Some of the publicly available cyber security information and tools from the CERT Program include:
Secure Coding, http://www.cert.org/secureRcoding
Cyber Training, http://www.cert.org/work/training.html
Insider Threats, http://www.cert.org/insider_threat
Network Monitoring, http://tools.netsa.cert.org
Fuzz Testing, http://www.cert.org/download/bff
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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