FOUNDATIONS & PRACTICE OF SECURITY 2015 (Evangelos Kranakis, Chancellor’s Professor, PhD, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)

Optimization Problems in Infrastructure Security 

How do we identify and prioritize risks and make smart choices based on fiscal constraints and limited resources? The main goal of infrastructure security is to secure, withstand, and rapidly recover from potential threats that may affect critical resources located within a given bounded region. In order to strengthen and maintain secure, functioning, and resilient critical infrastructure, proactive and coordinated efforts are necessary.

Motivated from questions raised by infrastructure security, in this talk we survey several recent optimization problems whose solution has occupied (and continues to occupy) computer science researchers in the last few years. Topics discussed include: (1) Patrolling, (2) Sensor Coverage and Interference, (3) Evacuation, (4) Domain Protection and Blocking.

The central theme in all the problems mentioned above will involve mobility in that the participating agents will be able to move over a specified region with a given speed.

Security in itself is undoubtedly a very broad and complex task which involves all layers of the communication process from physical to network. As such the limited goal of this survey is to outline existing models and ideas and discuss related open problems and future research directions, pertaining to optimization problems in infrastructure security.


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Lundi 09 Novembre 2015
Tag(s) : FOUNDATIONS & PRACTICE OF SECURITY, confiance numerique, sécurité informatique
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