Defense TechConnect

SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2022



2022 Resilience Week Posters

Tuesday, September 27

OT Cybersecurity Visualization Dashboard (OPS-EDGE)
Eric Andersen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

AXL: Automated Extraction of Malware Behavior from Logs
Robert Bridges, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

ADDSec: Artificial Diversity and Defense Security
Adrian Chavez, Sandia National Laboratories

CAPSec: Containerized Application Security
Adrian Chavez, Sandia National Laboratories

WiFIRE: Wireless Radio Frequency Signal Identification and protocol Reverse Engineering
Robert Comstock, Idaho National Laboratory

Shadow Figment
Thomas Edgar, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Situ: Discovering Suspicious Behavior in Cyber Security
John Goodall, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Briam Johnson, Idaho National Laboratory

OT Cybersecurity Framework
Julia Rotondo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

HADES: High-Fidelity Adaptive Deception & Emulation System
Vince Urias, Sandia National Laboratories

CHIRP: Cloud Hypervisor Forensics and Incident Response Platform
Vince Urias, Sandia National Laboratories

MASTERRI: Modeling and Simulation for Targeted Electrical Resilience and Reliability Improvements
Bjorn Vaagensmith, Idaho National Laboratory

Wednesday, September 28

A Power Outage Data Informed Resilience Assessment Framework
Michael Abdelmalak, University of Nevada, Reno

Deception-Based Cyber Attacks on Hierarchical Control Systems using Domain-Aware Koopman Learning
Craig Bakker, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

ICS-CTM2: Industrial Control System Cybersecurity Testbed Maturity Model
Souradeep Bhattacharya, Iowa State University

An Experimental Platform for Autonomous Intelligent Cyber-Defense Agents: Towards a collaborative community approach (WIPP)
Benjamin Blakely, Argonne National Laboratory

Movement-based disruption estimators: Using mobile location data to predict community variation in disaster impacts
Kaitlyn Webster, RS21

Function Grouping & Visualization Through Machine Learning to Aid and Automate Reverse Engineering of Malware
Michael Cutshaw, Idaho National Laboratory

Efficient Interdependent Systems Recovery Modeling with DeepONets
Som Dhulipala, Idaho National Laboratory

An Analysis of Grid Operator Survey Responses: Inexperience, Workload and Fatigue in the Control Room
Corey Fallon, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Grid-ViDS: A Smart Grid Co-Simulation Platform for Virtual Device Simulation
Mohammed Mustafa Hussain, West Virginia University

CySec Game: A Framework and Tool for Cyber Risk Assessment and Security Investment Optimization in Critical Infrastructures
Burhan Hyder, Iowa State University

Degradable Tracking System based on Hardware Multi-Model Estimators
Kiriakos Kiriakidis, Unites States Naval Academy

A Use Case Structure for Technology Integration
Ruixuan Li, Idaho National Laboratory

Designing Secure and Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems Using Formal Models
Robert Lois, University of Pittsburgh

Supply Chain Risk Management: Data Structuring
Nina Lopez, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Analysis of PV Microgrids with Storage to Improve the Resiliency of the Island of Culebra, Puerto Rico
Fernando Lozano I., University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez

User-Focused Tools to Enhance IT/OT Cyber Resilience within the Power Grid
David McKinnon, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Proyecto Luz Verde UPRM
Javier Moscoso, UPRM

Small Reactors in Microgrids: A Financial, Resilience and Environmental Case
BIKASH POUDEL, Idaho National Laboratory

Trade-off Analysis of Operational Technologies to Advance Cyber Resilience through Automated and Autonomous Response to Threats
craig rieger, Idaho National Laboratory

Predictive Resilience Modeling
Priscila Silva, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Towards Resilient Communities: Strengthening Infrastructure for Critical Service Provision under Severe Weather Conditions
Laiz Souto de Carvalho, University of Bristol

Multi-fidelity power flow solver
Bjorn Vaagensmith, Idaho National Laboratory

Application of Resilience Theory to Organizations Subject to Disinformation Campaigns
Amanda Wachtel, Sandia National Laboratories

Resilience of Networked Systems under Connectivity-Based and Load-Based Failures
Xuewei Zhang, Texas A&M University-Kingsville

ESE: A Tool for Enhanced STIX Elevation
Tianqiao Zhao, Brookhaven National Lab

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