Trust and Decision Dynamics in Networks
at ORAU Workforce Solutions

Date Posted: 12/24/2018

Opportunity Description

Development of metric and measurement of trustworthy systems This research aims to design, develop, and analyze an ontology-based metric framework that measures the quality of trustworthy systems considering a wide range of attack behaviors in cyber-physical world. This research will have the following key thrusts: (1) in-depth survey of existing metrics to measure trust, agility, and resilience of system; (2) investigation of relationships between metric framework and vulnerability assessment / red teaming; (3) development of hierarchical ontologies encompassing sub-ontologies of trust, agility, and resilience using ontology tools such as Protege; (4) development of GUI-based metric framework based on the developed ontology; and (5) validation of the metric framework using an example case study. This trustworthy metric framework research will support the part of key activities of Trustworthy Systems working group under Cyber Strategic Challenge Group (CSCG) in The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP). This project will be executed in collaboration with researchers of TTCP member nations, Defense organizations of US, UK, Canada, and Australia. Advisor: Cho, Jin-Hee; [Click Here To Join]; 301-394-0492) Click here for more information

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