School of
Information Technology and Electrical Engineering

Speaker: Dr Dong Seong (Dan) Kim
Seminar Date: Wed, 14/03/2018 - 15:30
Venue: 03-262; Steele Bldg
Host: Prof Neil Bergmann

Seminar Type:  ITEE Research Seminar

Abstract: 

It is important to assess the security posture of systems and networks in order to enhance the security of them. In this talk, I will briefly talk about the reason why we need to perform security analysis. I will then explain security measurements, metrics and models for assessing the cyber security and their related work in brief. I will then talk about how these measurement, metrics and graphical security models are used to evaluate the security of cyber-physical systems including Smart Grid, SCADA and Internet of Things.

Seminar duration: 45 mins

Biography: 

Dr Dong-Seong "Dan" Kim is the Director of Cyber Security Lab at the University of Canterbury (UC), Christchurch, New Zealand. He is a Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at UC since August 2011. He was a visiting scholar in the Prof. Virgil Gligor (currently with Carnegie Mellon University in the US)'s Security research group at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland in the US in 2007. From June 2008 to July 2011, he was a postdoc in Prof. Kishor S. Trivedi's Duke High Availability Assurance Lab (DHAAL) at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina in the US.

His research interests are in cybersecurity and dependability for various systems and networks; in particular, Intrusion Detection using Machine/Deep Learning Techniques, Security and Survivability for Wireless Sensor Networks and Internet of Things, Security and Performability modelling and analysis of Cloud computing, and Reliability and Resilience modelling and analysis of Smart (Power) Grid technologies.