Monday, November 2, 2020

PEARC20: Another successful workshop and training at PEARC

Trusted CI had another successful exhibition at PEARC20.

We hosted our Fourth Workshop on Trustworthy Scientific Cyberinfrastructure for our largest audience to date. The topics covered during the year's workshop were:

  • Community Survey Results from the Trustworthy Data Working Group (slides
    • Presenters: Jim Basney, NCSA / Trusted CI; Jeannette Dopheide, NCSA / Trusted CI; Kay Avila, NCSA / Trusted CI; Florence Hudson, Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub / Trusted CI
  • Characterization and Modeling of Error Resilience in HPC Applications (slides)
    • Presenter: Luanzheng Guo, University of California-Merced 
  • Trusted CI Fellows Panel (slides)
    • Moderator: Dana Brunson, Internet2
    • Panelists: Jerry Perez, University of Texas at Dallas; Laura Christopherson, Renaissance Computing Institute; Luanzheng Guo, University of California, Merced; Songjie Wang, University of Missouri; Smriti Bhatt, Texas A&M University - San Antonio; Tonya Davis, Alabama A&M University
  • Analysis of attacks targeting remote workers and scientific computing infrastructure during the COVID19 pandemic at NCSA/UIUC (slides)
    • Presenters: Phuong Cao, NCSA / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Yuming Wu, Coordinated Science Laboratory / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Satvik Kulkarni, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Alex Withers, NCSA / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Chris Clausen, NCSA / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Regulated Data Security and Privacy: DFARS/CUI, CMMC, HIPAA, and GDPR (slides)
    • Presenters: Erik Deumens, University of Florida; Gabriella Perez, University of Iowa;  Anurag Shankar, Indiana University
  • Securing Science Gateways with Custos Services (slides)
    • Presenters: Marlon Pierce, Indiana University; Enis Afgan, Johns Hopkins University; Suresh Marru, Indiana University; Isuru Ranawaka, Indiana University; Juleen Graham, Johns Hopkins University

We will post links to the recordings when they are made public.

In addition to the workshop, Trusted CI team member Kay Avila co-presented a Jupyter security tutorial titled “The Streetwise Guide to Jupyter Security” (event page) with Rick Wagner.  This presentation was based on the “Jupyter Security” training developed by Rick Wagner, Matthias Bussonnier, and Trusted CI’s Ishan Abhinit and Mark Krenz for the 2019 NSF Cybersecurity Summit.