Welcome to the Transforming DOE CyberSecurity wiki!
We are a grass-roots community, working together to apply scientific principles to critical long-term CyberSecurity issues in the Department of Energy (DOE). DOE is responsible for the integrity of the nation's energy delivery systems, where cyber attacks might have extreme consequences to public health & safety and the nation's economy. In addition, DOE's vast cyber resources, its high international visibility, its mission, and its open nature renders it a prime target for hackers, cyber espionage and cyber terrorism.
Join us on LinkedIn: Transforming Cyber Security Through Science (Grass Roots Community) http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/120418/0006E4433488
DOE ASCR Call: Mathematics for Complex, Distributed, Interconnected Systems [note deadline June 12] [watch for minor updates] http://www.sc.doe.gov/grants/LAB09_23.html
Presentation to the ASCR advisory committee meeting March 4, 2009:
Link to "A Scientific Research and Development Approach to Transform Cyber Security" Presentation to the ASCR Advisory Committee - March 4, 2009
Related Papers and Other Spontaneous Event
Link to "Complexity Science Challenges in Cybersecurity" by Robert C. Armstrong, Jackson R. Mayo, Frank Siebenlist - March 2009
Link to "Mathematical Challenges in Cybersecurity" by Daniel M. Dunlavy, Bruce Hendrickson, and Tamara G. Kolda, Sandia National Laboratories - February 2009
Link to "Mathematical and Statistical Opportunities in Cyber Security" by Juan Meza, Scott Campbell, and David Bailey, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - March 2009
View our report on the homepage of the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research!
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