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Wednesday
03:50 PM-04:50 PM
Main Hall (*program schedule subject to change)
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI): Automating information sharing with STIX, TAXII, CybOX
Speaker

Ryusuke Masuoka

Research Principal, Fujitsu System Integration Laboratories

Dr. Ryusuke Masuoka is a research principal at Fujitsu System Integration Laboratories Limited in Toranomon, Tokyo, Japan, working on Cyber Security. He is also a part-time lecturer of Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, the University of Tokyo in Japan. Since joining Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. in 1988, he conducted research into neural networks, simulated annealing, and agent systems. Results from all of those research areas have led to products from Fujitsu. After moving to Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc. in March of 2001, he engaged
in researches on pervasive/ubiquitous computing, Semantic Web, and bioinformatics, from which Task Computing resulted. Then he
extended his research into Trusted Computing, Software/Security Validation, Cloud Computing, Smart Grid, the Internet of Things and Cyber Security. From the beginning of 2012, he started working on Anti Cyber Attack Solutions at Fujitsu Laboratories Limited. He joined the Center for International Public Policy Studies in July 2012 and studied Cyber Security Policy for two year. He is now with Fujitsu System Integration Laboratories Limited, working on Cyber Security. 

He led collaborations with research institutes like the University of Maryland, PARC, RPI, and UC Berkeley and collaborations also with a
couple of startups and also DARPA and NSF projects as their PIs. He has worked on a wide range of standard activities including those for OASIS Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) TC, DMTF, Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), 3GPP, IEEE 802.15.4, IETF ROLL WG, Trusted Computing Group (TCG), W3C OWL-S, and FIPA.