With the entry into force of the EU Cybersecurity Act on June 27 2019, an EU wide cybersecurity certification framework will be defined for information and communication technology (ICT) products, services, and processes. One of the motivations for the adoption of this new EU regulation is that “the limited use of certification leads to individual, organizational and business users having insufficient information about the cybersecurity features of ICT products, ICT services, and ICT processes, which undermines trust in digital solutions.” The Cybersecurity Act aims to improve trust in products, services, and processes by defining an EU-wide certification framework consisting of cybersecurity certification schemes that specify common cybersecurity requirements and evaluation criteria across national markets and sectors. Cybersecurity certification will be voluntary, and only sector specific standards will specify the conditions under which cybersecurity certification will be mandatory.
The underlying assumption in the EU cybersecurity act is that products, services and processes that are certified will be viewed as more trustworthy by users. Companies going through certification would thus benefit from a competitive advantage. Cybersecurity certification suffers from an image as a costly and time consuming process. One of the keys to success for the EU cybersecurity act is to promote standards that are lightweight, flexible and incremental in order to encourage organisations to voluntarily certify their ICT products, services, and processes.
The objective of the workshop is to establish a state of the art for cybersecurity certification, and to provide a forum for exchange of ideas between researchers working on cybersecurity and certification issues, and security experts whose technologies could be applied to certification. CyberCert 2020 seeks high-quality research and experimentation contributions in the form of well-developed full papers. Topics of interest encompass research advances in all areas of security, trust and privacy in relation to certification. Topics of particular interest are the following: lightweight certification schemes, approaches that integrate security engineering and certification processes, and incremental certification. CyberCert 2020 brings together security and privacy experts in academia, industry and government as well as practitioners, standards developers and policy makers.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
|Time||Title||Authors and affiliation|
|14:00-14:30||Introduction to workshop and EU cyber security act||Philippe Massonet - workshop chair|
|Governance and certification|
|14:30-15:00||How to stop crashing more than twice: A Clean-Slate Governance Approach to IT Security Certification||Tobias Fiebig - TU Delft|
|15:00-15:30||From Lightweight Cybersecurity Assessment to SME Certification Scheme in Belgium||Christophe Ponsard, Philippe Massonet, Jeremy Grandclaudon - CETIC Research Centre|
Nicolas Point - Multitel
|Product and process level certification|
|15:45-16:15||Towards Incremental Safety and Security Requirements Co-Certification||Andrea Morgagni - LEONARDO Cybersecurity Philippe Massonet, Sébastien Dupont, Jeremy Grandclaudon - CETIC Research Center|
|16:15-16:45||Cybersecurity Certification for Agile and Dynamic Software Systems – a Process-Based Approach||Volkmar Lotz - SAP Security Research|
|16:45-17:15||JCMathLib:Wrapper Cryptographic Library for Transparent and Certifiable JavaCard Applets||Vasilios Mavroudis - University College London, Petr Svenda - Masaryk University|
|17:15||Conclusions and end of the workshop||Philippe Massonet - workshop chair - workshop chair|
All-digital workshop, co-located with IEEE EuroS&P 2020 all-digital conference.
CyberCert workshop registration is now open via the conference website: https://ieee-euro-sp-2020.consorzio-cini.it/
Publication of CyberCert 2020 proceedings is through IEEE Xplore in a volume accompanying the main IEEE EuroS&P 2020 proceedings.
SPARTA H2020 project (https://www.sparta.eu/).