Chaire Cyber CNI

Chaire Cyber CNI – Cybersecurity for Critical Networked Infrastructures

Participation at the Colloque de la communauté « Risques & Cyber »

As in the past year, the chair was well represented at the Colloque de la communauté « Risques & Cyber » : Sécurité et Résilience of Institut Mines Télécom. On April 13, 2022, Léo Lavaur and Nicolas Delcombel presented two posters to the interested audience. In addition, Anthony Lucas from our strong collaboration with the LPSS team in Brest showed his poster. Thanks a lot for the very nice discussions and the interest in our work!

Poster of Nicolas Delcombel


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Poster of Léo Lavaur

Léo is a third-year PhD student from the chair, hosted at IMT Atlantique (Rennes). His work focuses on the application of FL to intrusion detection, and especially three challenges: performance in heterogeneous contexts, trust management and contribution quality assessment, and the evaluation of said systems.

His poster goes over a proposed strategy for protecting collaborative detection systems that rely on federated learning (FL). The proposed approach is based on a cross-evaluation mechanism that allows participants to directly assess the contributions of their peers. These feedbacks are then used in clustering to group participants based on their estimated data distribution, and in a reputation system that weights contributions according to the trustworthiness of their author.

Poster of Anthony Lucas

The Community Risk & Cybersecurity

The “Risk and Cybersecurity” research area focuses on a major challenge for society: the risks posed by the increasing digitization of all the objects and services we use every day by natural or industrial factors.

It addresses concepts, methods, means and tools to protect people and property (tangible and intangible) against failures whether man-made and intentional (e.g. Cyber threats) or accidental (natural or industrial disasters, such as floods, health crises, fire, explosion, marine pollution etc.)

Marc-Oliver Pahl

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