Workshop on Security Ontologies and Taxonomies (SecOnT 2013)

The Second International Workshop on Security Ontologies and Taxonomies (SecOnt 2013) will be held in conjunction with the 8th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2013) on September 3 in Regensburg, Germany. With SecOnT we aim at establishing a highly specialized annual meeting to conduct in-depth research discussions and to identify collaboration opportunities among the participants. The preliminary program for the 2013 workshop:

  1. Introductory talk by Stefan Fenz: (i) security ontology applications (risk and compliance management, awareness, incident handling, etc.), (ii) recent developments on the European and international level, (iii) emerging domains which could be supported by security ontologies (e.g., smart grid area), (iv) current challenges of the domain, (v) current limitations of security ontologies, and (vi) potential strategies to enable ontology-based knowledge sharing (incentives and barriers).
  2. Yulia Cherdantseva, Jeremy Hilton (Cardiff University, UK): A Reference Model of Information Assurance & Security
  3. David Mundie (CERT, US): An Ontology for Malware Analysis
  4. Arwa Wali, Soon Chun, James Geller (New Jersey Institute of Technology, US): A Bootstrapping Approach for Developing a Cyber-Security Ontology Using Textbook Index Terms
  5. Kristian Beckers, Maritta Heisel (University Duisburg-Essen, DE): A Usability Evaluation of the NESSoS Common Body of Knowledge
  6. Karin Bernsmed, Per HÃ¥kon Meland, Martin Gilje Jaatun, Astrid Undheim, Humberto Castejon (SINTEF ICT, NO): Towards an Ontology for Cloud Security Obligations
  7. Jakub Breier, Ladislav Hudec (Slovak University of Technology, SK): On Selecting Critical Security Controls
  8. Tove Gustavi, Pontus Svenson (Swedish Defence Research Agency, SE): Taxonomy for Port Security Systems
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