Michael Rosenstein attended this year’s USENIX conference on August 6th, 2012 to deliver a paper written by himself and Frank Corvese on the work they completed for National Cyber Range. The paper, “A Secure Architecture for the Range-Level Command and Control System of a National Cyber Range Testbed” was selected for EXTRA time during presentations at the CSET ’12, 5th Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test held in Bellevue, WA.
Rosenstein, M., & Corvese, F. (2012, August). A Secure Architecture for the Range-Level Command and Control System of a National Cyber Range Testbed. In CSET.
Abstract: In recent years, cyber security researchers have become burdened by the time and cost necessary to instantiate secure testbeds suitable for analyzing new threats or evaluating emerging technologies