GGF-12 Workshop on Operational Security for the Grid
Monday, September 20th
Co-located with GGF-12 in Brussels
The Security Area and Persistent Environments Research Group are
sponsoring an open workshop at GGF12 in
Brussel on Operational Security for the Grid. The goal is to promote
discussion on the security challenges faced by the Grid and what
measures are most urgently needed.
9:00-9:10 Welcome: Hiro Kishimoto (Fujitsu), OGSA working group chair
9:10-10:30 Session 1:
Cross-domain incident detection and response
Procedures, policies, and expectations.
11:00-12:30 Session 2: Cross-site authentication and access control
Collaboration is driving a desire for great cross-site trust in
authentication and access control. This panel will discuss
experiences with different technologies for enabling this cross-site
trust and Federation.
1:30-2:50 Session 3:
Risks of being "On the Grid"
Experiences and tools for mitigation. Prioritization of threat
2:50-4:35 Session 4:
Managing the grid endpoints
How can we trust the computers are secure ?
(integrity of systems, verification of code, configuration management,
- Chair: Frank Siebenlist
- Dirk Kuhlmann (HP Laboratories Bristol, UK)
- Kate Keahey (Argonne National Laboratory)
- Steve Hand (Systems Research Group, Universityof Cambridge, UK)
4:35-5:45 Session 5: Firewall and high-performance networking
5:45-6:00 Closing discussion
- Stephen Chan
- David Groep
- Michael Helm
- William E. Johnston
- David Kelsey
- Bill Kramer
- Olle Mulmo
- Frank Siebenlist
- Dane Skow
- Von Welch
Last modified: Thu Jul 29 10:10:27 CDT 2004