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Eleven research organisations signed an agreement with the French Ministry of Defence and the Brittany Region on the 12 December last year with the aim of setting up a facility to carry out research into cyber defence. This agreement followed in the wake of the Cyber Defence Pact that designated Brittany as a Cyber Centre of Excellence. One of the facilities contributing to this Centre of Excellence is the LHS high security laboratory, funded jointly by Inria, Supelec, the French defence procurement agency (DGA) and the Brittany Region. Technology transfer will form an important part of the work of the laboratory as Jean-Louis Lanet, the scientist in charge of the project, explains.
OT (Oberthur Technologies), one of the world leaders in embedded software products, solutions and services, is beginning a collaboration in the field of Research & Development with the High-Security Laboratory (LHS) created at the Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique research centre as part of the Cyber Cluster of Excellence (PEC). One of the main lines of this partnership concerns test tools for mobile payment applications. Another issue looms over the longer term: being ready to counter the security attacks of tomorrow.
- Jean-Louis Lanet
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
Jointly organized by Inria and Cispa, the first Franco-German academic-industrial conference on cybersecurity took place on December 8, 2016.
Rediscover, with pictures and videos, the highlights of this day : the plenary session, the atmosphere of the showroom, the participants' interviews.
When a system is made up of hardware and software, the intersection of both can at times turn out to be a porous border of a sort through which a malware might eventually intend to sneak. In Rennes, Brittany, France, Inria research center has teamed up with Secure-IC, a company specializing in the protection of embedded devices against cyber-physical attacks, in order to explore innovative methods for better detecting potential vulnerabilities at this crucial junction.
A security research team based at Inria center, in Rennes, Brittany, France, Tamis recently partnered with American networking hardware giant Cisco Systems in a move meant to design an innovative method for uncovering malware at code execution.
In mid-January Inria published its white paper on cybersecurity, highlighting 5 scientific challenges that need to be met for the future. High on the list is the security of cryptographic protocols. This is precisely the playing field of the Prosecco team (Inria Paris).