The Cybernode Collaboration Conference 2023

[23-01-25] Up-to-date information about the conference is presented here.

NOTE! The registration for physical attendance and online attendance is now closed. But the conference will be recorded and available on the Cybernode web later on.

On behalf of Vinnova, SSF (Swedish Foundation for Strategic research) and MSB, Cybernode is organizing a joint conference on Thursday 26/1 2023. The main purpose of the conference is to enable increased cooperation between 31 Swedish cybersecurity projects, all of which are financed by Vinnova, SSF and MSB.

This is the place for everyone that prioritizes Sweden’s cybersecurity! Get state-of-the-art info for free!

The invitation has been sent out to project managers, Cybernode members and other interested parties in December-22. An public invitation is now also distributed via Cybernode’s Linkedin group.

BRIEF AGENDA
From 9.00, morning coffee/tea
10.00 Introduction and welcome
– Cybernode /Martin Bergling, RISE
– NCC-SE /Christoffer Karsberg, MSB
– SSF (Swedish Foundation for Strategic research) /Jonas Bjarne, SSF
– Vinnova /Tommy Schönberg, Vinnova
– Overview of Swedish cybersecurity initiatives, incl Cybercampus Sweden /Shahid Raza, RISE

10.45 Keynotes
– Prof. Danica Kragic, KAW WASP Cybersecurity
– Director Security Research Eva Fogelström, Ericsson

11.25 Project presentations
12.25 Lunch
13.20 Project presentations
14.30 Keynote with Minister of Civil Defense Carl-Oskar Bohlin (speech in Swedish)
14.50 Coffee/tea
15.20 Project presentations

Evening mingling 16.30-18.00.
Venue: Kista Science Tower in Kista/Stockholm. Up to 220 participants are welcome to the Kista Science Tower, but the conference is also broadcast online.
The conference has no participation fee.

See below for the full agenda with all the 31 projects.

FULL AGENDA (there might be some changes!)
From 9.00, morning coffee/tea
10.00 Introduction and welcome
– Cybernode /Martin Bergling, RISE
– NCC-SE /Christoffer Karsberg, MSB
– Vinnova /Tommy Schönberg, Vinnova
– SSF (Swedish Foundation for Strategic research) /Jonas Bjarne, SSF
– Overview of Swedish cybersecurity initiatives, incl Cybercampus Sweden /Shahid Raza, RISE

10.45 Keynotes
– Prof. Danica Kragic, KAW WASP Cybersecurity Late minute change The speach will now be presented by Andrei Sabelfeld.
– Director Security Research Eva Fogelström, Ericsson AB
“Benefits of cybersecurity research in Sweden – an industrial perspective”

11.25 Project presentations, PART 1

TRACK 1A (room Auditorium)

  • ARVOS – AI- and Risk-based Vulnerability Management for Trustworthy Open Source Adoption, Emil Wåreus/Elastisys AB
  • AI-based cybersecurity for CAN and IP communication in existing vehicle environments, Jesper Rhönnstad/Clavister
  • Trusted execution environments for federated learning, Morgan Ekmefjord/Scaleout Systems AB
  • Data generation and sharing for robust intrusion detection in IoT systems, Christian Rohner/Uppsala university
  • Secure machine learning in the cloud, Subhrakanti Dey/Uppsala university

TRACK 1B (room Empire State Building)

  • Cybersecurity for Increased Competitiveness, Per Hjertén/IVA
  • SafeTest – Safety and privacy protection when using test beds remotely, Elsa Vaara och Mikhail Popov/RISE AB
  • Sustainable Energy with Adaptive Security (SEAS), Mikael Asplund/LIU
  • Cyber Security for Next Generation Factory (SEC4FACTORY), Christian Gehrmann/LTH
  • Secure Software Update Deployment for the smart City, Görel Hedin/LTH

12.25 Lunch
13.20 Project presentations PART 2

TRACK 2A (room Auditorium)

  • CLAS: Cyber-Security for Learning and Control systems, Alexandre Proutiere/KTH
  • WebSec: Securing Web-driven Systems, Andrei Sabelfeld/Chalmers
  • Sentience: Simulation-based reinforcement-learning security operations center, Jakob Nyberg /KTH
  • Side-Channel Vulnerability and Threat Analysis with Machine Learning in Focus, Elena Dubrova/KTH
  • SURE: Secure Reconfigurable Hardware in the Era of AI, Elena Dubrova/KTH

TRACK 2B (room Empire State Building)

  • Serendipity – Secure and dependable platforms for cyber-physical systems, Mikael Sjödin/MDH
  • Resilient Information and Control Systems (RICS), Simin Nadjm-Tehrani/LIU
  • Forefuture – combining threat intelligence and attack simulation, Staffan Truvé/Recorded Future AB
  • Zero Trust Software Security Assurance, Luis Barriga/Ericsson AB, Cheng Jiang/atsec AB
  • Methodological support for Swedish industry to meet vulnerability risks in the use of open source software, Johan Linåker/RISE AB

14.30 Keynote with Minister of Civil Defense Carl-Oskar Bohlin (speech in Swedish)
14.50 Coffee/tea
15.20 Project presentations PART 3

TRACK 3A (room Auditorium)

  • Smart and secure gateway for Internet of Things, Peter Jonsson, Joakim Eriksson/RISE AB
  • aSSIsT – Secure Software for the Internet of Things, Bengt Jonsson/Uppsala university
  • Octopi: Secure Programming for the Internet of Things, Alejandro Russo/Chalmers
  • LifeSec: Don’t Hack my Body!, Thiemo Voigt/Uppsala university
  • RIOT: Resilient Internet of Things, Magnus Almgren/Chalmers, Christian Rohner/Uppsala university
  • SURPRISE – Secure and private connectivity in smart environments, Panos Papadimitratos/KTH

TRACK 3B (room Empire State Building)

  • Secure usage of FOSS, Roger Holmberg/Ericsson AB, Mats Areblad (konsult)/Saab AB
  • ”Vad är klockan?” – A secure way to find out what time it is, Christer Weinigel/Netnod AB
  • CSSTII – Certifiable System-On-Chip for Safety Critical Industrial Applications, Jan Andersson /Cobham Gaisler AB
  • TrustFull: Trustworthy Fullstack Computing, Mads Dam/KTH
  • CERCES2 – Center for Resilient Critical Infrastructures, Henrik Sandberg/KTH

Evening mingling 16.30-18.00.

LINKS TO WEB STREAM

Below you find the links to live streams from the conference.

The web stream will start at 10.00.

Main stream and Track A1, A2, A3:

Track B1, B2, B3: