Chaire Cyber CNI

Chaire Cyber CNI – Cybersecurity for Critical Networked Infrastructures

Securing Autonomous and Connected Vehicles: Cybersecurity Challenges, Mohammad Hamad (TUM)

🔒 Excited to share insights from Mohammad Hamad’s talk on “Securing Autonomous and Connected Vehicles: Cybersecurity Challenges” at IMT Atlantique! Learn about innovative solutions and collaborative projects tackling cybersecurity threats in the automotive industry. #Cybersecurity #AutonomousVehicles #ConnectedVehicles #Research #TechTalk

4th IEEE/IFIP Manage-IoT Workshop

🌐✨ Calling all IoT and M2M innovators! 🚀 Dive into the forefront of innovation at the 4th Annual Manage-IoT Workshop, co-located with IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium in Seoul, South Korea, from 6–10 May 2024. 📚 Submit your groundbreaking papers and be part of shaping the future! More information at https://manage-iot.org! #IoT #M2M #Innovation #CallForPapers 🌟

The industrial chair Cyber CNI Hosts Successful Fall Research Update on Cybersecurity at Airbus Defense and Space

Institut Mines-Télécom’s industrial chair Cybersecurity for Critical Networked Infrastructures (cyberCNI.fr) held its bi-annual “Research Update” event on November 9, 2023, at the Airbus Defense and Space facility in Elancourt. The event brought together key industry members, experts, and researchers to discuss the latest advancements in cybersecurity for critical networked infrastructures.

La chaire industrielle Cyber CNI organise avec succès sa mise à jour de recherche automnale sur la cybersécurité chez Airbus Defense and Space

La chaire industrielle Cybersecurity for Critical Networked Infrastructures (cyberCNI.fr) de l’Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) a organisé son événement bi-annuel “Research Update” le 9 novembre 2023, au sein des installations d’Airbus Defense and Space à Elancourt. L’événement a réuni des acteurs clés de l’industrie, des experts et des chercheurs pour discuter des dernières avancées en matière de cybersécurité pour les infrastructures critiques.

Open Standards and Open Education as Motor for Innovation

Open Standards and Open Education play a central role not only for interoperability but also for cybersecurity! They allow different stakeholders to efficiently meet a certain level of service – the open standard. A good example from the automobile industry is the three-point seatbelt. Our chairholder, Marc-Oliver Pahl, had the pleasure to work with Max Senges (42 Wolfsburg) and Vint Cerf (Chief Internet Evangelist at Google) on a manifesto for more Open Standards and Open Education in the automobile industry.

The full article and its discussion can be found here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/its-time-team-up-develop-open-standards-education-emergent-max-senges/

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