Save the date: next Cybersecurity Meeting 24th to 26 April, 2017
This workshop wil lbe organised in Japan (Keio University, Mita campus).
WG 6 workshop: ICS/ITS Security
Held on January 26th and 27th 2017 in Gardanne and Cadarache (13, France)
2017 Associate Teams call
Inria's European and Partnerships Department has launched its 2017 Associate Teams call.
Deadline for submission: September 8, 2016 for sumbmission to JSPS (or before depending on each japanese institution own procedure);
September 30, 2016 for Inria researchers
Cybersecurity: a shared priority
Cybersecurity now raises privacy, competitiveness and national sovereignty issues. Being able to anticipate, create confidence, protect data and manage crises has therefore become essential. This is a topic of common interest between France and Japan.
Joint collaboration between France and Japan on Cybersecurity Research
Following the true success and interest issued from the workshop held in Tokyo April 1-3, 2015, this web site wants to help exchanges between French and Japanse researchers working on cybersecurity.
It is expected to get a real impact on research in cybersecurity through a dedicated French-Japan cooperation, taking advantage of: each country specificities and excellence in the domain and a shared vision of geo-strategy and privacy concerns.
Working Group Leaders: Gergei Bana; Catuscia Palamidessi; Mitsu Okada -----
Cryptographic Protocol Verification/
Privacy by Formal Methods
Working Group Leaders: Phong Nguyen, Shiho Moriai ------
Lattice-based cryptography (or Post-quantum cryptography)
System Security and IoT security
Working Group Leaders: Jean-Louis Lanet, Kazukuni Kobara -----
Countermeasure against Side Channel Attacks (using Polymorphic Code)
Working Group Leaders: Sebastien Gambs; Hiro Kikuchi ------
Technologies on Sanitization, Generalization and Data Mining for privacy preserving (to be applicable for specific applications )
Events and Malware Analysis
Working Group Leaders: Jean-Yves Marion, Dai Inoue -----
Events collection by sensor technologies and exchange for joint analysis of attack events with malware analysis