IST-152 2017
Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defence and Resilience

Proceedings of the NATO IST-152 Workshop on Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defence and Resilience
Prague, Czech Republic, October 18-20, 2017.

Edited by

Michal Pechoucek *
Alexander Kott **

* Czech Technical University in Prague, Zikova 1903/4, 166 36 Prague 6, Czech Republic
** U.S Army Research Laboratory, 2800 Powder Mill Road, Adlephi, Maryland, United States

Table of Contents

Session 1: Environments of and requirements for Autonomous Cyber Defense Agent (ACDA): complexity of the environments and situations in which ACDA must operate; requirements for ACDA's capabilities.

Session 2: Analysis and characterization of ACDA properties: how should we specify, predict, and assess the properties, traits, limitations, vulnerabilities and effectiveness of ACDA.

Session 3: Understanding and characterizing the adversary: approaches to observing and learning about the adversary, their methods, properties, and limitations.

Session 4: Methods and techniques used by ACDA in order to defeat the adversary, especially agility, moving target defense, camouflage and deception.

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