A separate area of the convention floor is reserved for posters and demonstrations sessions where researchers may illustrate their research methods and outcomes. To participate in a poster or demonstration session, a request with an abstract has to be submitted by email to the CRITIS 2021 Organizing Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected poster abstracts are then designated for oral presentation (e.g. during the rump session) or presentation during lunch and coffee breaks (gray color in the conference program). Hanging boards will be provided on site. Please indicate in your message if you require additional material.
During the rump session (Sept, 29), participants are invited to give a 5 min. pitch on new ideas, feedback on presented work, ongoing research (or research published recently in other venues). To reserve a slot, please sign-up during the conference with the rump session chair: email@example.com
List of accepted posters
|Prevention of large scale blackouts in modern power systems||Yihui Zuo||EPFL, Distributed Electrical Systems Laboratory|
|Cyber-physical security exercises on Critical Infrastructures: a Practical Experience Report||Siddhant Shrivastava||Singapore University of Technology and Design|
|Security measures for grids against rank-1 undetectable time-synchronization attacks||Marguerite Delcourt||EPFL, Computer Communications and Applications Laboratory 2|
|Mapping the systemic risks for the health sector||Grégoire Chambaz||Unisanté|
|The role of insurance in improving the resilience of critical infrastructure||Rainer Sachs, Stephanie Parker, Anca-Georgiana Rusu||EPFL, International Risk Governance Center (IRGC)|
List of accepted demonstrations
|Title and Abstract||Name||Organization|
|Visualization of the physical effects of cyber-attacks|
In order to raise the awareness of all involved parties (IT, operations, management, security operations) and to increase the realism of exercises, we present a proof of concept for the visualization of the physical effects of cyber-attacks developed for the training of the Swiss Armed Forces.
|Giorgio Tresoldi||Cyber-Defence Campus, armasuisse S+T|
|Cybersecurity Awareness Measures in the Swiss Armed Forces|
Presentation of various measures in cybersecurity awareness performed by the team Awareness & Training within the AFCSO. Cybersecurity gadgets, merchandising and games will also be available at the stand.
|Kilian Cuche||Armed Forces Command and Support Organisation, DDPS|