There are 27 Results with the keyword : "Cryptography"
In April the general public became aware of a major vulnerability in internet protocol security: Heartbleed.
Stéphane Glondu, an engineer at Inria Nancy - Grand Est in the CASSIS and CARAMEL teams, discusses this discovery and the lessons to be learned.
Two researchers, Pierrick Gaudry and Eric Schost, have just put the finishing touches to a new, faster, more reliable cryptosystem. Called Surf 1271, it is based on the use of hyper-elliptical curves and seems particularly well-suited to embedded systems.
Algorithmics, Programming, Software and Architecture
The Secsi project-team (a joint team with the Specification and Verification Laboratory (LSV), the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the ENS-Cachan) works on verifying cryptographic protocols, such as those used for e-commerce or ATMs, and installing intrusion detection tools in IT systems, so as to alert users to any potentially malicious actions. As three of its members apply for their habilitation to advise doctoral theses, we take a closer look at the research work of this team.
This is the seventh in the series of biannual workshops Coding and Cryptography. It is organized by Inria and will be held in Paris at the Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP). Our aim is to bring together researchers in all aspects of coding theory, cryptography and related areas, theoretical or applied.
Place : Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP), 11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris
This is the ninth in the series of biannual workshops Coding and Cryptography. It is organized by INRIA and will be held in Paris at the Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP). Our aim is to bring together researchers in all aspects of coding theory, cryptography and related areas, theoretical or applied.
Place : Institut Henri Poincaré (IHP) - 11 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie, 75005 Paris
Guest(s) : Daniel J. Katz (California State University, Northridge, USA), Swastik Kopparty (Rutgers University, USA), Emmanuel Thomé (INRIA, France)
Place : Inria Paris - Room Jacques-Louis Lions 2, ground floor
Guest(s) : Bertrand Bonnefoy-Claudet (Engineer at Cryptosense) - Nadim Kobeissi (PhD students at INRIA Paris, Prosecco)
In March, the Internet was thrown into turmoil by the FREAK attack discovered by the PROSECCO team. Following the discovery of the Logjam vulnerability, Karthik Bhargavan, who heads this team (focusing on verifying the cryptographic mechanisms used to secure internet communication: cryptographic protocols, smart cards, secure flash drives, encrypted databases, etc.) and who is one of the researchers who worked on the discovery, told us about it in more detail.
The Institute jointly organizes with the French Embassy in Japan, CNRS, NICT and Keio University, a workshop devoted to cybersecurity that will be held in Tokyo on April 1st and 3rd, 2015.
Léo Ducas-Binda (Cascade) together with Thierry Viéville and Laurent Viennot (scientific mediation advisors) and the Centre’s communication department joined forces to create the “serious game” Cryptris. The aim: help people understand what cryptography is for and the contexts in which it is used.
Lybero.net gives organisation a full data breach protection in crypting data storage and exchanges. Our first product is a file transfer web service available on line or that may be set up in any organisation. File are crypted and exchanged without setting up any software for the sender or the receiver, without any password exchange and without any account for the sender. An end-to-end encryption is done, and interception or access to storagewould be useless for an attacker.
Our promise : data security. Customer advantages : ease of use, of deployment, of management, full autonomy and internal control of the security. Usage benefits : no data leaks, respect of data protection laws for the organisations.