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OASIS Principal Investigator Meeting

 March 12-15, 2002

 Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

      

Agenda

  
March 11, 2002
  
1300-1700      Quarterly Agent Review Meeting
1700-2000      Evening Pre-registration
  
March 12, 2002
    
0700-0800      Registration & Continental Breakfast
0800-0830      Administrative Remarks and Program Manager’s Welcome  |  Jay Lala (DARPA)
0830-0900      Mr Fusion: A Programmable Voting and Data Fusion Middleware Sybsystem with a Tunavle Statistical Profiling Service  | 
Dave Bakken (Washington State University)
0900-0930      A High Security Information System  |  Joe Johnson (Univ. of S. Carolina)
0930-1000      A Binary Agent Technology for COTS Software Integrity  |  Richard Schooler (InCert Software Corp)
1000-1030      Break 
1030-1100      Scaling Proof-carrying Code to Production Compilers  |  Zhong Shao (Yale University)
1100-1130      Hierarchical Adaptive Control for QoS Intrusion Tolerance  |  Jim Just (Teknowledge)
1130-1200      Tolerating Intrusions Through Secure System Reconfiguration  |  Alexander Wolf (Univ of Colorado)
1200-1300      Lunch
1300-1330      Enterprise Wrappers  |  Mark Feldman (NAI Labs)
1330-1400      Enterprise Wrappers  |  Bob Balzer (Teknowledge)
1400-1430      Integrity Through Mediated Interfaces  |  Bob Balzer (Teknowledge)
1430-1500      Sandboxing Mobile Code Execution Environments  |  Gary McGraw (Cigital Corporation)
1500-1530      Group Discussion 
1530-1600      Break 
1600-1630      Intrusion Tolerant Distributed Object Systems  |  Gregg Tally (NAI Labs)
1630-1700      Agile Objects – Component-based Inherent Survivability  |  Andrew Chien (UC, San Diego)
1700-1800      Sidebars  |  Jay Lala
      
March 13, 2002
  
0700-0800      Registration and Continental Breakfast
0800-0815      Army Tactical C2 Protect Program  |  Chris Pilla
0815-0830      Army Battle Command Systems  |  Marie Collins
0830-0900      Discussion 
0900-1030      Workshop (Validation Framework) 
1030-1100      Break
1100-1230      Workshop (Validation Framework) 
1230-1330      Lunch
1330-1400      Randomized Failover Intrusion Tolerant Systems (RFITS)  |  Ranga Ramanujan (Architecture Technology Corp)
1400-1430      Active Trust Management for Autonomous Adaptive Survivable Systems  |  Howie Shrobe (MIT)
1430-1500      Security Codesign  |  Steve Dawson (SRI International)
1500-1530      Break 
1530-1600      Intrusion Tolerant Software Architecture  |  Bruno Dutertre (SRI International)
1600-1630      Dependable Intrusion Tolerance  |  Alfonso Valdes (SRI International)
1630-1700      Group Discussion
1700-1800      Sidebars  |  Jay Lala
1800- 2000     No-host Social
1830- 2030     Demonstrations 
      
March 14, 2002
    
0700-0800      Registration & Continental Breakfast
0800-0830      Intrusion Tolerant Server Infrastructure  |  Dick O’Brien (Secure Computing Corporation)
0830-0900      SITAR: A Scalable Intrusion –Tolerant Architecture for Distributed Services  |  Feiyi Wang (MCNC)
0900-0930      KARMA , CONTRA |  Janet Lepanto (Draper Lab)
0930-1000      Group Discussion 
1000-1030      Break 
1030-1100      Intrusion Tolerance by Unpredictable Adaptation (IT by UA)  |  Partha Pal (BBN Technologies)
1100-1130      Autonomix: Component, Network, and System Autonomy  |  Crispin Cowan (WireX Communications, Inc.)
1130-1200      Group Discussion 
1200-1300      Lunch
1300-1330      A Distributed Framework for Perpetually Available and Secure Information Systems  |  Greg Ganger (CMU)
1330-1400      Engineering a Distributed Intrusion Tolerant Database System Using COTS Components  | 
Peng Liu (Univ of Maryland, Baltimore County)
1400-1430      Self Protecting Mobile Agents  |  Lee Badger (NAI Labs)
1430-1500      Group Discussion 
1500-1530      Break 
1530-1600      Containment and Integrity for Mobile Code  |  Andrew Myers (Cornell University)
1600-1630      An Aspect-Oriented Security Assurance Solution  |  Gary McGraw (Cigital)
1630-1700      Group Discussion 
1700-1800      Sidebars  |  Jay Lala
     
March 15, 2002
    
0700-0800      Continental Breakfast 
1030-1100      Program Manager’s Closing Remarks  |  Jay Lala 
1100-1200      Sidebars  |  Jay Lala
       
   
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