The University of Arizona

Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center (CAC) Semi-Annual IAB Meeting
April 23-25, 2017
The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Sunday, April 23, 2017
Location: Room ECE 530, ECE Building

9:00-17:00 Cyber Security Training Workshop (Details)


Monday, April 24, 2017
Location: Kiva Room, Student Union

08:00 am     Registration Desk Open
08:00-08:30 Informal Socialization Opportunities
08:30-09:00 Welcome Remarks and Introductions
09:00-09:30 Center Director’s Status Report; MSU Director Update, UA Director Introduction
09:30-10:00 NSF Program Director Update
10:00-10:15 Coffee Break
10:15-12:00 Session I: Project updates and reports
                     Brief summary of closing CAC projects at the UA, TTU, and MSU. Detailed questions if necessary. Detailed reports for CAC
                     review and L.I.F.E. evaluation started in 2016 and proposed to continue:
                     (15 min reports, 5 min Q&A and completion of LIFE formsafter each project)
                     2016-UA-1: Autoinfotainment Security Development Framework (ASDF) for Smart Cars (Pratik Satam, Salim Hariri)
                     2016-UA-2: Security framework for supply chain management services (Cihan Tunc, Salim Hariri)
                     2016-UA-3: Data analytics methodology for tactical cyber immune system
                     (Samuel Hess, Pratik Satam, Salim Hariri, Gregory Ditzler)
                     2016-UA-4: A Machine learning framework for malicious HTML file identification
                     (Samuel Hess, Pratik Satam, Salim Hariri, Gregory Ditzler)
12:00-13:00 Lunch (Kachina Lounge)
13:00-14:40 Session II: New Project Proposals (15 min reports, 5 min Q&A a nd completion of LIFE forms after each project)
                     2017-TTU-1: Cloud Standards Testbeds & Testing (Alan Sill, Ravi Vadapalli, Ghazanfar Ali)
                     2017-TTU-2: Data Center Analytics and Control (Yong Chen, Jerri Perez, Elham Hojati)
                     2017-TTU-3: DuraStore – Achieving Highly Durable Data Centers (Yong Chen, Wie Xie, Jiang Zhou)
                     2017-TTU-4: Secure Virtual SandBox for Big Data Analytics (Susan Mengel, Lisa Gittner, Hafiz Khan, Ravi Vadapalli)
                     2017-TTU-5: Risk Models for Big Data (Lisa Gittner, Hafiz Khan, Susan Mengel, Ravi Vadapalli)
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-15:40 Session III: New Project Proposals Contd. (15 min reports, 5 min Q&A and completion of LIFE forms after each project)
                     2017-MSU-1: A Performance Benchmark for next-generation Intrusion Detection Systems (Sherif Abdelwahed)
                     2017-UA-1: Resilient Cloud Services (Cihan Tunc and Salim Hariri)
15:40-16:30 Center wide projects (see below)
                     2017-UA-2: Physics Aware Programming for 3D Heart Simulations
                     (Ehsan Esmaili, Ali Akoglu, Gregory Ditzler, Jeno Szep, Salim Hariri, and Talal Moukabary)
                     2017-UA-3: IoT Security Framework (Jesus Pacheco and Salim Hariri)
16:30-17:00 Center affiliations (see below)
17:00-18:00 Student Poster Session (Kachina Lounge)
18:30-20:30 Dinner (provided) and Networking


Center-Wide Projects (Monday 15:00-16:15)
In this session we will extend the discussions that occurred during Fall 2016 CAC meeting on "Healthca re Analytics as a Service" to determining ways to stimulate cross-site interactions. Each of our facul ty investigators from the three sites has unique strengths, specialty areas, and technical perspectives. During this discussion session they will bring these together to identify synergistic research thrusts that no subset of them could do alone. Discussions will include identifying the stakeholders outside the center and brainstorm on innovative industry-research partnership opportunities that could address curr ent and developing challenges in healthcare.

Center affiliations
- University of Detroit Mercy, Nizar Al-Holou & Utayba Mohammad
- International Site, University of Sonora, PhD.C. Jesus Pacheco.


Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Location: Kiva Room, Student Union

09:00-12:00 Session III: Project review and adjustments; meeting conclusions
09:00-09:30 L.I.F.E. comments review
09:30-10:00 Project review and selection by IAB
10:00-10:15 COFFEE BREAK
10:15-11:00 Closed IAB Business meeting presided by IAB chair
11:00-11:30 Closed session between industry attendees and the NSF evaluator
11:30-12:00 Wrap up, setting dates for next meeting etc.
12:00 CLOSE OF MEETING followed by lunch provided at the meeting location.


The NSF Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center invites you to the
Cyber Security Training Workshop
(April 23, 2017 9:00-17:00) University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

The Cybersecurity Training Workshop provides a comprehensive overview of “What you need to know about Cybersecurity” for a broad audience of knowledge workers and technology users with or without prior cybersecurity background, who need to quickly learn how to protect their enterprise and personal cyber assets. The Workshop provides a broad overview of what enterprises and individuals need to know about a wide range of relevant cyber security topics. The workshop is designed to be short-duration and high-intensity. Short, pragmatic lectures are punctuated with frequent Q&A discussions and live lab demonstrations will allow participants to learn essential cybersecurity information in an expeditious and efficient manner.


DURATION: 1 day (7 training hours; hands on training and live demonstrations)

VENUE: The University of Arizona, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Room: ECE530, ECE building


COURSE AUTHOR & CHIEF INSTRUCTOR: Salim Hariri, Co-Director of the NSF Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center

TOPICS

• Introduction to Cyber Security (by Dr. Salim Hariri and Fabian de la Pena)
  [08:30-09:00] Introduction
  [09:00-10:45] Cybersecurity Attacks & Defenses
  [09:00-10:45] Cybersecurity Architecture & Frameworks
  [09:00-10:45] UA Autonomic Cyber Security
  [10:45-11:00] Break
  [11:00-12:00] Cybersecurity Lab as a Service (CLaaS): A virtual Cybersecurity Laboratory offered as a cloud service.

[12:00-13:00] Lunch

• Enterprise Network Cyber Security Training (by Dr. Salim Hariri and Fabian de la Pena)
  [13:00-14:45] Host IDS/IPS
  [13:00-14:45] Network IDS/IPS
  [13:00-14:45] Applications and web security
  [13:00-14:45] Inside Threats
  [13:00-14:45] Hands on
  [14:45-15:00] Break

• IoT Cyber Security (by Jesus Pacheco, Pratik Satam, and Fabian de la Pena)
  [15:00-17:00] Security of Wireless Communications (Wi-Fi)
  [15:00-17:00] Security of Smart Buildings / Smart Home
  [15:00-17:00] Security of Smart Cars, autonomous cars
  [15:00-17:00] Smart Cyber Plug


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