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CSG Workshops and Business Meeting Agenda

Columbia University
25-27 September, 2019


Wednesday:  CSG Long Workshop
Teatro, Casa Italiana

7:00 - 8:30 Breakfast
Serafina Restaurant, Arthouse Hotel 
9:00Welcome & Conference Introduction (Gaspare LoDuca, Charles Antonelli)
Teatro
9:05 CSG Long Workshop:  Strategy, Policy, governance, classification for securing research data
Coordinators:  Bruce Vincent (Stanford), Charley Kneifel and Richard Biever (Duke), Jason Williams (ND), Eric Boyd (UMich), Don or TBD (PSU), Paul Erickson or TBD (Nebraska), Scotty Logan (Stanford), TBD contact Diane Butler (Rice), Jason Belford (UVa), Dave Carr and Sean Reynolds (Northwestern), Sarah Christen (Cornell), Philip (VT)
Please see Addendum A for the detailed agenda.
10:45 Break
12:30Adjourn

 
12:30 - 1:30 Lunch
Elysian Fields Cafe (1207 Amsterdam Ave)

 
1:30 CSG Long Workshop: Strategy, Policy, governance, classification for securing research data (continued)
Please see Addendum A for the detailed agenda.
Teatro
3:15
Break
5:00 Adjourn

5:30 - 7:00
Wallach Gallery self-guided tour
Lenfest Center for the Arts, Columbia University, 615 West 129th Street

Wednesday: CSG Group Dinner
Harlem's Floridita - Cuban|Caribbean (2276 12th Ave)

6:00
7:00
Cocktails
Dinner


Thursday:  CSG Short Workshop
Teatro, Casa Italiana

7:00 - 8:30 Breakfast
Serafina Restaurant, Arthouse Hotel
8:00 - 9:00
Steering Committee Breakfast
Library, Casa Italiana
9:00 CSG Short Workshop:  Distributed IT: How to advance a strategy of integration and collaboration in a distributed IT environment
Coordinators: Phoebe Johnson (UMN), Dave Strite (Virginia), Paul Erickson (Nebraska), Tracy Weber (Notre Dame), Dave or TBD (PSU), Brian DeMeulle (UCSD), Tom Lewis (UW), Joyce Landreth (VT)
Please see Addendum B for the detailed agenda.
Teatro
10:45 Break
12:30 Adjourn

 
12:30 - 1:45 Lunch
Elysian Fields Cafe (1207 Amsterdam Ave)


12:45 - 1:30
COSMOS testbed tour
Tour departs from the Elysian Fields Cafe (1207 Amsterdam Ave) and returns to the Casa Italiana

12:50 - 1:30
Columbia campus tour
Tour departs from the Elysian Fields Cafe (1207 Amsterdam Ave) and returns to the Casa Italiana

Thursday:  CSG Business Meeting
Teatro, Casa Italiana

1:45             I. Introductory Remarks (CSG Coordinator)
1:50
II. Short Slots and Breaking News (CSG Coordinator)
Workshop Summaries (:05)
Consortial Updates (:20)
2:15III. Short Discussion 1: Data Governance
Coordinators: Vanessa Roof (Nebraska), Nimish Shah (Columbia), Eric Boyd (U Michigan), Jon Crutchfield (PSU), Bill Allison (Berkeley), Augie Freda (ND)
3:15
Break
3:45
IV. Timely Topics and Gossip (Vincent)
Topics TBA
4:45 V. Topic Selection for Next Meeting (Jelinkova)
5:00 Adjourn

Thursday: CSG Group Dinner
Carmine's Family Style Italian (2450 Broadway)

6:00
7:00
Cocktails
Dinner


Friday: CSG Business Meeting
Teatro, Casa Italiana

7:00 - 8:30 Breakfast
Serafina Restaurant, Arthouse Hotel
9:00 VI. Organizational Issues (CSG Coordinator)
  1. Steering/Membership Committee Issues (Vincent)
  2. Treasurer's Report (Fleagle)
  3. Logistics for Next Meeting (Antonelli)
  4. Venues and Dates for Future CSG Meetings (Antonelli)
    Please see http://www.stonesoup.org/future.html
    for the current list.
9:15 VII. Short Discussion 2:  Next generation technology "spaces"
Coordinators:  Keith Brown (UMN) & Christopher Brooks (EDUCAUSE), Jennifer Sparrow (PSU)
10:15Break
10:45 VIII. Short Discussion 3:   IT, analytics and ethics
Coordinators:  Tom Lewis (UWash), Paul Erickson (Nebraska), Jennifer or Jon Crutchfield (PSU)
11:45 Adjourn

 
11:45 Lunch (box lunches available at 10:30)
Outside Teatro


Addendum A: Long
Workshop:  Strategy, Policy, governance, classification for securing research data
Detailed Agenda

Google Drive link

9:05 - 9:25   Threat landscape and trends overview - WS Organizers

9:25 - 9:55  Threat Intel/Information sharing - Duke

9:55 - 10:25  Panel - Barriers to Threat Sharing - Duke (Jesse Bowling), VT (Marc DeBonis), Penn State (Rich Sparrow), UVA (Jason Belford)

10:25 - 10:40    Break

10:40 - 11:30    Friction: Security vs research collaboration - Stanford (Isabella Chu), VT (Marc DeBonis), Columbia (Halayn Hescock and Michelle Benson)

11:30 - 12:10      Future of research security (assessing risk + technology solutions) - Stanford (Isabella Chu), VT (Marc DeBonis), Columbia (Halayn Hescock and Michelle Benson)

12:10  - 12:30  Survey review - Duke (Charley Kneifel)

12:30 - 1:30     Lunch

1:30 - 1:35    Afternoon overview

1:35 - 3:00      Security program approaches and impact on research data (lighting talks - below)

3:00 - 3:15         Break

3:15 - 4:30      Future of security programs and impact on research (lightning talks - below)

4:30 - 4:55     CIO Panel - Security spending and budgeting (Duke, Emory, Northwestern, UVA)

5:00 end

Lightning Talk Topics

Security program approaches and impact on research data (5 minute talks)
Policies, NIST and what’s impacting research (Duke - Charley Kneifel or Mary McKee)
Governance models -> operations (Stanford - Bruce Vincent or Duke - Richard Biever)
Applying the ISO 31000 risk mgt framework (U Washington - William Li)
Vendor management and requirements (Nebraska-Paul Erickson)
Auditability of data and access (Stanford - Bruce Vincent)
Data driven decisions/sharing with research (PSU - Richard Sparrow)
Metrics for success (PSU - Richard Sparrow)
Endpoints - Cardinal Key (Stanford - Scotty Logan)
Endpoints - Zero trust (Columbia - Joel Rosenblatt)
Network access control - (Stanford - Scotty Logan)
Accounts - !Pws, MFA, phishing (VT - Marc DeBonis)
Phishing users and retaining trust (UVA - Jason Belford)
MFA+VPN+posture checking = data access (UVA - Jason Belford)
Authz, grouper, and enabling research automation (Duke - Mary McKee)
Securing cloud infrastructure (Stanford - Scotty Logan)

Future of security programs and impact on research (5 minute talks)
IoT - DataPlus  (Duke - John Board)
Agent fatigue and impact on researchers (UVA - Jason Belford)
Ransomware (VT - Philip Kobezak)
Improving card system security (Duke - Charley Kneifel)
Wearable data  (Stanford - Isabella Chu)
Real time machine learning - Facial ID (Duke - Mark McCahill)
Securing data in the cloud - Scanning S3 buckets (Stanford - Scotty)
Ethics - crossing the creepy line (Duke - John Board)
Security orchestration at network speed  (Duke - Charley Kneifel)
Repeatable threat hunting (Duke - Jesse Bowling)
Phone system insecurities (Duke - Charley Kneifel)


Addendum B: Short Workshop:  Distributed IT: How to advance a strategy of integration and collaboration in a distributed IT environment
Detailed Agenda