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To mark International Women’s Day, two of Inria’s female staff, an experienced researcher and a young PhD student, tell us about their passion for their work. Interview with Catherine Bonnet, Head of the DISCO team and member of the board of the association ‘Femmes et mathématiques’, and Céline Blondeau, a PhD student in the SECRET project-team.
- DISCO team
- SECRET team
- Applied Mathematics
- Interconnected dynamic systems in complex environments
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.
Inria has discovered a new loophole in the TLS protocol, widely used to secure data exchanges over the Internet
On the 4th of March 2014, at the IETF 89 conference, a team of Inria researchers announced the discovery of a major security loophole in the TLS protocol. This protocol is the main security mechanism employed to protect communications over the Internet. Under certain circumstances, this weakness would allow hackers to steal the identities of users, particularly in banking and business networks. This loophole only affects a small number of Internet users and an update has already been released to address the problem. However, researchers at Inria are recommending that the TLS protocol be radically rewritten.
More than a hundred conferences on all risk management innovations and trends.
Place : Parc d'expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte
Security, Civilian and military security
Produced under the auspices of the French Ministry of Interior, the Milipol Paris Exhibition has become an official event, just like the Eurosatory international exhibits for land armament, Euronaval for naval equipment, and the Paris-Le Bourget Aerospace Exhibition.
Place : Paris - Porte de Versailles
Seminar - Security
Place : Inria Rennes-Bretagne Atlantique Research Centre, Michel Métivier room
Guest(s) : Yassine Lakhnech, Université de Grenoble, CNRS/VERIMAG
Rencontre Inria - Industrie
Android environments are facing several threats and attacks due their massive deployment on different devices ( smartphones, tablets, glasses, smart Tv, ...).
Madynes team is working on the development of a monitoring platform dedicated to the security analysis and these environments. In this demonstration, we will present the different parts of the platform.
We will mainly present our monitoring probes Flowoid and Collimator which are able to collect network activities and logs generated by running applications on an android device. We will also present Ovaldroid which is a vulnerability assessment agent dedicated to Android environments. Finally, we will present the collector side associated to our probes to collect, store and analyse the different data issued by these probes.