The 1st International Workshop on Cybersecurity Metrics and Risk Modeling is being held in conjunction with the 12th International Conference on Security, Privacy and Anonymity in Computation, Communication and Storage (SpaCCS 2019). Cybersecurity researchers are facing great challenges in evaluating the security levels of modern systems under the complex and fast-evolving internet. It is urgent to provide metrics or benchmarks that can be used by cybersecurity practitioners, policymakers, insurance companies, and academics to assess the potential risks. This workshop aims to bring together cybersecurity researchers to exchange ideas on developing novel cybersecurity metrics for evaluating risks.
Session Chair: Yubao Wu, Georgia State University
Paper 1: Web-Based Intelligence for IDS
Authors: Christopher B. Freas and Robert W. Harrison
Paper 2: Cost-Efficient Task Scheduling for Geo-Distributed Data Analytics
Authors: Linfeng Xie, Yang Dai, Yongjin Zhu, Xin Li, Xiangbo Li, ans Zhuzhong Qian
Paper 3: Predictably Deterrable? The Case of System Trespassers
Authors: David Maimon, Alexander Testa, Bertrand Sobesto, Michel Cukier and Wuling Ren