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December 8th (Friday) : COEX Grand Ballroom 103

Daily Program
Time Program
12:00-13:00 Registration
13:00-13:20 Opening Ceremony
- Sang-hong Lee, President of IITP
- Jae-ill Byun, Parliamentarian of the Republic of Korea
- Jeong-su Song, Director General of Korean Ministry of Science and ICT
13:20-14:40 Session 1. The Bright Internet: Current Progress and Prospect
◦Paradigm Shift of Cyber Security by the Bright Internet
◦Progress of the Bright Internet Initiative
◦Roadmap toward the vision of Bright Internet Initiative
◦Expected potential benefit of the Bright Internet?
◦Business perspective of Bright Internet Principles
- Sung-Chul Shin (President of KAIST): The 4th Industrial Rovolution and Bright Digital Society
- Jae Kyu Lee (KAIST & Yonsei University): Design and Deployment Strategy of Bright Internet (Extended Abstract)
- Douglas Sicker (Carnegie Mellon University): Needs of Cybersecurity Paradigm Shift (Extended Abstract)
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-16:20 Session 2. Bright Internet Policy and Business Models
◦What kind of global governance structure in necessary to fulfill the goals of Bright Internet most effectively and efficiently?
◦What the Hague Convention can be expended to Cyber Norms?
◦What is global corporation’s view of Digital Geneva Convention?
◦How the new cybersecurity norm can be deployed in the clouds?
◦What roles should be conducted by the Bright Internet Global Governance organization?
- Nohyoung Park (Korea University, Law School) [Chair]: Policy and International Collaboration Issues for Bright Internet (Extended Abstract)
- John Mallery (MIT): Cybersecurity Strategy (Extended Abstract)
- Eneken Tikk (Leiden University): The Hague Cyber Norms for Global Cybersecurity (Extended Abstract)
- Xiaosheng Tan (CSO, Qihoo 360): Preventive Security Solutions (Extended Abstract)
- Dae Young Chung (SAP Korea): SAP Cloud Trust Center and Bright Internet Platform (Extended Abstract)
16:20-16:40 Coffee Break
16:40-18:00 Session 3. Bright Internet R&D and Test Bed
◦What should National R&D Plan for the Bright Internet be?
◦How to integrate the technology and policy research projects?
◦How to build multiple ministry related projects effectively?
◦How to build the global research partnership with key countries?
◦How to establish the continuity of the Bright Internet Global Summit and Global Governance?
- Gyoo Gun Lim (Hanyang University) [Chair]: Bright Internet R&D Requirement (Extended Abstract)
- Jae Hyeong Ryu (IITP): R&D Plan for Preventive and Protective Cyber Security Technologies (Extended Abstract)
- Sung Hun Jin (Director of Cyber Security Division, ETRI): Technology R&D for Preventive Security (Extended Abstract)
- Kywhan Bong (KISA): Sender Policy Framework and Bright Internet Services (Extended Abstract)
- Keeduck Lee (Kunkuk University, Professor of National Intelligence) (Extended Abstract)
18:00-18:10 Closing

December 9th (Saturday) : COEX Conference Room 307

Daily Program
Time Program
9:00-10:20 Session 4. Cybersecurity Paradigm Shift and the Bright  Internet
◦Is the current architecture of Internet and global governance structure sustainable for the future of Internet?
◦Can the current defensive paradigm protect the global society from the cyber security threat?
◦Can the Bright Internet with five principles (origin responsibility, deliverer responsibility, identifiable anonymity, global collaboration, privacy protection) preventively deter the sources of cybercrimes and terrors?
◦Can the Internet Peace Principles prevent the state-led cyberattacks?
◦Can the Bright Internet be an alternative of the next generation Internet?
- Dongman Lee (KAIST Department of Computer Science & Chair, Future Internet Forum) [Chair] (Extended Abstract)
- David Farber (Carnegie Mellon University): USA Perspective
- Xing Li (Tsinghua University): China Perspective (Extended Abstract)
- Jiro Kokuryo (Keio University): Japan Perspective (Extended Abstract)
- Helmut Krcmar (Technical University of Munich): EU Perspective (Extended Abstract)
10:20-10:40 Coffee Break
10:40-12:00 Session 5. Market-Driven Business Models for the Bright Internet
◦What is the risk of Cloud Services Providers if they allow cybercrimes generated?
◦Can the Bright Cloud Extended Network (BCEN) reduce the origination of cybercrimes?
◦Can the services of Bright e-Mail motivate the participation of Bright Netizenship?
◦What is the status of Bright Cloud in practice?
◦Can a new solution business emerge with the Bright Internet innovation?
- Jim Foster (Director, Asia Pacific Institute of Digital Economy, Keio University) [Chair]
- Jae Kyu Lee (KAIST & Yonsei University): Bright e-mail and Bright Cloud Business Models (Extended Abstract)
- Yunfeng Zang (CTO, Yovole Networks, Cloud Service Provider, China): Yovole’s Strategy (Extended Abstract)
- Woo Jin Jung ( Amazon Web Services and Potential of Bright Cloud Extended Network (Extended Abstract)
- Jong Uk Choi (MarkAny): Preventive Security Solution Business (Extended Abstract)
12:00-13:20 Lunch
13:20-14:40 Session 6. Technologies for the Deployment of Bright Internet
◦What are the technical challenges for the implementation of the Bright Internet principles?
◦What kind of global standard and certification would be necessary while the flexibility of market driven standards is sustained?
◦How to reconcile the identifiability of malicious origins at cross border context without infringing the privacy and losing operational efficiency?
◦Can the IPv6 platform prevent the spoofing of IP Origins regardless the routed paths?
◦How the Bright Internet Global Governance position its function in reconcile with the existing Internet Technology Standard Organizations?
- Douglas Sicker (Carnegie Mellon University) [Chair]: Global Internet Technology Governance Policies
- Kilnam Chon (Professor Emeritus, KAIST Department of Computer Science): What should be the next generation secure Internet? (Extended Abstract)
- Victoria Yoon (Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University): US Cyber Security Technology Policies (Extended Abstract)
- Dan J. Kim (University of North Texas): Bright Internet and Privacy Concern: A Chronological Review (Extended Abstract)
- David Farber (Carnegie Mellon University): BIGG as a New Internet Governance (Extended Abstract)
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-16:20 Session 7. Bright Internet Global Governance Structure: What?
◦What kind of global governance structure is necessary to fulfill the Bright Internet Principles and Internet Peace Principles most effectively and efficiently?
◦What roles the Bright Internet Global Governance (BIGG) organization should uniquely conduct?
◦What should be structure of the Bright Internet Global Governance (BIGG) for sustainable endeavor of the Bright Internet Vision?
◦How the Bright Internet Global Governance organization can be performed in collaboration with the current international organizations?
◦Who should be the multiple stakeholder members of BIGG?
◦What business model would encourage netizens to participate as Bright Netizens?
- John Mallery (MIT) Bright Internet Global Governance [Chair] (Extended Abstract)
- Wayne Huang (Xi’an Jiaotong University, China): BIGG from Chinese Policy Perspective (Extended Abstract)
- Nohyoung Park (Korea University, Law School): UN GGE Perspective and BIGG (Extended Abstract)
- Young Yung Shin (KAIST Bright Internet Research Center): Internet Peace Principles (Extended Abstract)
- Eneken Tikk (Leiden University): Hague Cyber Norms and BIGG (Extended Abstract)
16:20-16:40 Coffee Break
16:40-18:00 Session 8. Toward the Bright Internet Global Governance: How?
◦What should be function of the Bright Internet Global Summit to build up BIGG?
◦How to motivate the governments participate the BIGG?
◦How to motivate the multiple stakeholder members to participate BIGG?
◦What should be status of BIGG with United Nations?
◦How to collaborate BIGG with the relevant international organizations and member countries?
- Ramayya Krishnan (Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College, Dean) [Chair] (Extended Abstract)
- Jae Kyu Lee (KAIST & Yonsei University): Draft of BIGG Position Statement (Extended Abstract)

- Hun Yeong Kwon (Korea University, School of Information Security)
- Eneken Tikk (Leiden University, Netherlands)
- Douglas Sicker (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Nohyoung Park (Korea University: UN GGE)
- John Mallery (MIT)
- Yunfeng Zang (Yovolve Networks, China)
- Hogeun Lee (Yonsei University, Bright Internet Research Center)
- Daegon Cho (KAIST, Bright Internet Research Center, Director)
- Jun Sung Park (VP, IITP R&D Planning)
18:00-20:00 Banquet (Invited Only)

December 10th (Sunday) : COEX Conference Room 307

Daily Program
Time Program
11:00-12:00 Workshop Opening
Dan J. Kim (University of North Texas) and H. R. Rao (University of Texas at San Antonio)
BIG Summit Update
Jae Kyu Lee (KAIST & Yonsei University)
“The Bright Internet: Opportunities, Challenges and The Road Ahead” Ritu Agarwal (University of Maryland)
12:00-13:30 Luncheon
Restaurant Lu at COEX (1st floor)
13:30-15:15 Paper Section A
Section Chair: Kichan Nam (American University of Sharjah)
◦A1. An Attacker-Defender Game in System Exploitation (Extended Abstract)
Kay-Yut Chen1 (University of Texas Arlington), Jingguo Wang (UTA), Laura Marusich (UTA), Jonathan Bakdash (University of Texas Dallas)
◦A2. Assessing Electronic Commerce Firms Participating in Rural Development Projects: A Customer-based Platform Brand Equity Perspective (Extended Abstract)
Liguo Lou (Chonnam National University), Joon Koh (Chonnam National University), Hyun Shik Yoon (Chonnam National University), and Sang-Joon Lee (Chonnam National University)
◦A3. Automatically Detecting the Resonance of Terrorist Movement Frames (Extended Abstract)
Ugochukwu Etudo (University of Connecticut) and Victoria Yoon (Virginia Commonwealth University)
◦A4. Designing Cloud Computing Services Resilient to Distributed Denial of Service Attacks (Extended Abstract)
Sungjune Park, Chandrasekar Subramaniam (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Nam K. Kim (Chonnam National University), and Won Seok Yang (Hannam University)
15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-17:45 Paper Section B
Section Chair: Victoria Yoon (Virginia Commonwealth University)
◦B1. The Role of Ethical Climate on Employee’s Perceived Security Risk Assessment (Extended Abstract)
Randi Jiang (Louisiana Tech University), Jaeung Lee (Louisiana Tech University), Tom Stafford Louisiana Tech University), and Selwyn Ellis (Louisiana Tech University)
◦B2. Optimal Payoff for Selective Traceable Anonymity of a Network System (Extended Abstract)
Rasel Md Mamun (University of North Texas), Bongsik Shin (San Diego State University), Bin Mai (UNT), Shailesh Kuikarmi (UNT), and Dan J. Kim (UNT)
◦B3. Perceived Responsibilities of Internet Users on Cybersecurity Issues (Extended Abstract)
Daegon Cho (KAIST), Jaeung Sim (KAIST), and Jae Kyu Lee (KAIST)
◦B4. An Investigation of Cyber-rumor Sharing: The Case of Zika Virus (Extended Abstract)
Rohit Valecha (UTSA), Tejaswi Volety (UTSA), Naga Vemprala (UTSA), K. Hazel Kwon (Arizona State University), and H. Raghav Rao (UTSA)
◦B5. Managing the Risks of Data Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing: A Shared Responsibility between Vendors and Client Organisations (Extended Abstract)
Anup Shrestha (University of Southern Queensland), Omar Ali (University of Southern Queensland), and Michael Lane (University of Southern Queensland)
17:45 Workshop Closing
Dan J. Kim (University of North Texas)

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