On April 11, 2023, we held our bi-yearly research update at the EDF site in Palaiseau. With almost the entire team of the chaire cyberCNI.fr present! As usual, the day was full of very nice presentations from our members, enriching discussions around our research topics, and of course open discussions around the cybersecurity. Thanks a lot to our hosts at EDF for the great hospitality, numerous expert participation, and the last but not least the very good food. We can all be proud of this wonderful day!
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.
Federated Learning as enabler for Collaborative Security between not Fully-Trusting Distributed Parties
Our PhD student Léo Lavaur (IMT Atlantique, Topic T9: Federated approaches for defending cyber-attacks) participated in the C&ESAR conferences at the ECW held from 15 to 17 November 2022 in Rennes where he presented his paper :
“Federated Learning as enabler for Collaborative Security between not Fully-Trusting Distributed Parties”
Léo Lavaur, Benjamin Costé, Marc-Oliver Pahl, Yann Busnel and Fabien Autrel
On Oct 17, 2022, our PhD Anthony DAVID presented her latest results regarding “Virtual Reality for cybersecurity data vizualisation“.
On Oct 17, 2022, our PhD Awaleh HOUSSEIN MERANEH presented her latest results regarding “Automated Learning for handling Cyber-Physical Attacks“.
On Oct 17, 2022, our PhD Léo LAVAUR presented her latest results regarding “Federated Approaches for Defending Cyber-Attacks“.
On Oct 17, 2022, our PhD Zeinab Ibrahim Rahal presented her latest results regarding “Digital twins for cybersecurity“.
[RU2/22] Luis Fernando de Oliveira Soeiro – CodeLedger : tracking the provenance of critical open source components
On 17, 2022, our PhD Luis Fernando de Oliveira Soeiro presented her latest results regarding “CodeLedger : tracking the provenance of critical open source components“
On Oct 17, 2022, our postdoc Loïc Miller presented her latest results regarding “sécurité collaborative“: