BIGS 2019 Program

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[9:00 - 11:30 am] Session A: Progress of Bright Internet Test Bed Development

Track Chair: Alvin Leung (City University of Hong Kong)

  • Jae Kyu Lee (Xi’an Jiaotong University): Bright Internet 1.0 Test Bed - Design Issues and Overall Progress
  • Xing Li, Yang Yang Wang, Lin He (Tsinghua University CERNET): Bright Internet Protocol to fulfill the Identifiable Anonymity Principle
  • NanhaoZhu & Yanzhong Lin (Coremail): Bright Email and Customized Spam Mail Analysis
  • Alvin Leung (City U. of Hong Kong): Bright Internet Index and Proposed Field Experiment
  • Jonathan Sun (China Financial Certification Authority): Role and Challenge of Certification in the Bright Internet
  • Yunfeng Zang & Jiwen Li (Yovole Networks): Yovole Bright Cloud Solution: a Proposal
  • Hyun-O Kwon (Korea Internet & Security Agency): Strengthening International Cooperation in Response to Spam

[11:30 am - 1:30 pm] Bright Internet Award Lunch (@ Zepplin Room)

  • Winner: Professor Xing Li (Tsinghua University CERNET) [Link]

[1:30 - 4:00 pm] Session B: EU Perspectives of Digital Responsibilities and Bright Internet

Track Chair: Jean-Henry Morin (University of Geneva)

  • Jean-Henry Morin (University of Geneva, Digital Responsibility initiative): Can the Digital Responsibility Index serve for the Bright Internet Preventive Cybersecurity?
  • Sarah Medjek, Chair of the Board Of Directors at MyData Global, MyData for a New Information Self Determination Era
  • Lennig Pedron (President ICON NGO, Foundation EPFL Innovation Park, Digital Trust & Cybersecurity): So Much Cyberattacks. Here’s Bright Side of the Internet!
  • Lea Strohm, Lab manager at Ethix – Lab for Innovation Ethics, Ethics - a European Approach to Fix the Digital World
  • Eva Thélisson, Visiting Scholar at MIT Connexion Science, Co-Founder and CEO AI Transparency Institute. Towards an Audit Framework for AI-based Projects
  • Dara Hallinan, Intellectual Property Rights, FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure, Germany, The Labyrinth of EU Data Retention Law - A Fundamental Rights Perspective 

[4:30 - 7:00 pm] Session C: Academic Research Issues on Bright ICT

Track Chair: Sungjune Park (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

  • Mehrdad Koohikamali, Sarbottam Bhagat and Dan J. Kim, US Census Block Groups and Location Sharing Behavior: Prospect of Data Breaches
  • Xiaoxiao Wang, Wilson Weixun Li, Alvin Chung Man Leung and Wei Thoo Yue, The Impacts of Anti-phishing Laws on IT-related Investment and Security Awareness
  • Christian Fernando Libaque-Saenz, Siew Fan Wong and Younghoon Chang, Evolution and Diffusion of the General Data Protection Regulation: Assessing Negative Sides and the Need for Preventive Security Strategies
  • Jiyong Park, Daegon Cho, Jae Kyu Lee, Byungtae Lee, The Economics of Cybercrime: The Role of Broadband and Socioeconomic Status
  • Dapeng Liu and Victoria Yoon, Ontology-based Bot Identification to Protect e-Democracy for Bright Internet
  • Rohit Valecha, Srikrishna Krishnarao Srinivasan, Tejaswi Volety, K. Hazel Kwon, Manish Agrawal and H. Raghav Rao, Cyber-rumor Sharing: An Investigation of Threat and Coping Responses

[7:00 - 9:00 pm] Concluding Dinner (@ Novotel Hotel)