Workshop Agenda

Registration: 8:00am

8:30AM-8:45AM Cyber Deception: The Grand Challenge


Dr. Cliff Wang,
U. S. Army Research Office



8:45AM-10:30AM The Deception Games

8:45AM: Deception in Security Games: Theory and Human Behavior
Prof. Milind Tambe
University of Southern California



9:15AM: Integrating Machine Learning with Game Theory for Security
Prof. Fei Fang
Carnegie Mellon University


9:45AM: Detection Games
Prof. Yevgeniy Vorobeychik
Vanderbilt University



10:15 AM-10:30AM: Discussion

10:30AM-10:45AM: Coffee Break

10:45AM: 12:30AM: Deception in Cognitive Systems

10:45AM: Undermining Cognitive Safeguards Against Deception
Prof. George Cybenko
Dartmouth College



11:15AM: Why You Should Care About Older Adults Susceptibility to Phishing – Implications for Corporate Security and Democracy
Prof. Daniela Oliveira
University of Florida



P. S. Krishnaprasad received his Ph.D. degree from Harvard University in 1977. He was on the faculty of the Systems Engineering Department at Case Western Reserve University from 1977 to 1980. He has been with the University of Maryland since August 1980, where he has held the position of Professor of Electrical Engineering since 1987, and a joint appointment with the Institute for Systems Research since 1988. He is also a member of the Applied Mathematics Faculty.

11:45AM: Deception and Threat Reduction: Games in Nature
Prof. P.S. Krishnaprasad
University of Maryland, College Park



12:15PM-12:30PM: Discussion

12:30PM-1:30PM: Lunch

1:30PM-3:30PM: Cyber Deception: A Systems Perspective

1:30PM: FORGE: Fake Online Repository Generation Engine
Prof. VS Subrahmanian
Dartmouth College


2:00PM: Autonomous Cyber Agent for Malware Deception
Prof. Ehab Al-Shaer
University of Northern Carolina, Charlotte



2:30PM: Cyber Deception by Design: Toward a Mechanism Design Theory for Dynamic Deception
Prof. Quanyan Zhu
New York University



3:00PM-3:30 PM: Coffee Break

3:30PM-5PM: Panel: Cyber Deception: A Holistic Approach

5:00PM: Workshop Ends