The CyberSecDome project, led on the IMT Atlantique side by Marc-Oliver Pahl, has been accepted under the extremely competitive European call for projects “Improved monitoring of threats, intrusion detection and response in complex and heterogeneous digital systems and infrastructures” (HORIZON-CL3-2022-CS-01). CyberSecDome will integrate advanced virtual reality to extend the capabilities of security solutions, with the aim of enhancing the security, privacy and resilience of digital infrastructure.
On March 27, 2023, at the Siemens Research and Innovation Ecosystem (Siemens RIE) “Digitalization & Low Code Engineering in Industry” our chairholder Marc-Oliver Pahl presented our works on the Metaverse and Cybersecurity. We see the Metaverse as the ideal subject for cybersecurity research today.
At the 2022 IMT Atlantique research seminar, our chairholder Marc-Oliver Pahl presented the research activities around moving Security-Operation Centers to the Metaverse. The research seminar is a yearly event of IMT Atlantique where the school takes a resumée on past research activities and discusses on future research directions. This years edition took place in Rennes from 6.7.2022-7.7.2022.
Le 9 avril 2022, l’interview de Frédéric Simottel avec notre titulaire Marc-Oliver Pahl (IMT Atlantique) et le professeur Frédérick Benaben (IMT Mines Albi) autour de la RV pour la gestion des crises et de la cybersécurité a été diffusée. Marc-Oliver a présenté nos travaux et visions autour des futurs Security Operation Centers (SOC) virtualisés. Ces SOC permettront aux utilisateurs ayant des compétences différentes de travailler ensemble et de gérer l’arène complexe de la cybersécurité de leurs systèmes.
At the occasion of the IMT symposium on “Crisis Management and Digital Technologies: new Threats and new Solutions”, our chairholder Marc-Oliver Pahl gave a keynote on “Cybersécurité collaborative renforcée par la réalité virtuelle pour les infrastructures critiques” / “Virtual reality-enhanced collaborative cybersecurity for critical infrastructures”. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/9_MhJQF9W3o
Europe’s cybersecurity and cyberdefense community met in Rennes for the 6th edition of the European Cyber Week (ECW) from Nov 16-18, 2021. Together with our chairholder Marc-Oliver Pahl, Léo Lavaur, Anthony David, and Nicolas Delcombel, three of our PhD students, presented a demo on our research line covering Virtual Reality interfaces for improving human-machine communication in cybersecurity.
The chair is also active in teaching. The final year student project “Autoprotection : éthique VS agents autonomes et algorithmes” looks at an important aspect of our technology-dependent world: ethical aspects of autonomous functionality. Good examples are self-driving / autonomous cars, building automation, or production sites. Maintaining and increasing cybersecurity are a key goals for autonomous functionality. Enjoy the video of the intermediate presentation with the current results! (in French)
Europe’s cybersecurity and cyberdefense community met in Rennes for the 6th edition of the European Cyber Week (ECW). The chaire CyberCNI.fr plays an important role in the cybersecurity ecosystem and is well connected. This led to strong presence and numerous great meetings.
The TRUE-VIEW project presented a paper on Faked Mixed Reality at the 3rd FakeMM workshop. The paper discusses the risks coming with the increased use of virtual reality for critical tasks and its potential to fake reality within the cyberspace.
On Oct 30, 2020 we had a very successful kickoff of the TRUE-VIEW project funded by the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA).
The TRUE-VIEW project is making ambient data flows such as data exchange between a certain sensor and a certain App visible with the help of Mixed Reality. By doing so, what is hidden in the ambiance will become perceivable to humans, and possible to investigate, analyze, understand, and form an opinion about.