6th Franco-Japanese Cybersecurity Workshop (online) – April 20-22

Due to the current sanitary situation, the 6th Franco-Japanese Cybersecurity Workshop will be held online on April 20, 21 and 22, 2022, 8:00-11:00 CET and 15:00-18:00 JST

Registrations are now open https://sondages.inria.fr/index.php/226918?lang=en

Please note that the Workshop is free and open to everyone but registration is mandatory.

 6th Franco-Japanese Cybersecurity Workshop (online)

April 20-22, 2022

Program

CET FRANCE JST JAPAN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2022
08:00-08:15 15:00-15:15 Opening

Welcome address: Cécile Vigouroux (Inria, France), Claude Kirchner (Inria, France),  Jun Murai (Keio University, Japan), Koji Nakao (NICT, Japan) , Ludovic Mé (Inria, France)

08:15-09:00 15:15-16:00 Shiho Moriai (General Director of Cybersecurity Research Institute, NICT, Japan), Privacy-preserving Federated Learning for Fraud Detection in Banking
09:00-09:15 16:00-16:15 Discussion
09:15-09:30 16:15-16:30 Break
09:30-11:00

 

09:30-11:00

16:30-18:00

 

16:30-18:00

WG 2  “Cryptography”       
Brice Minaud (Inria and ENS, France), Encrypted Databases
Thomas Espitau (NTT, Japan), Towards more efficient and compact hash-and-sign signatures over NTRU
Yoshinori Aono (NICT, Japan), Executing Shor’s algorithm on quantum computers: A case study on discrete logarithm problem

WG 8 “Cooperation and Conflicts in Cyberspace”

Francesca Musiani
(CIS – CNRS, France), “Governance by infrastructure” and digital sovereignty: a focus on Russia
Francesca Musiani (CIS – CNRS, France) and Kavé Salamatian (Univ Savoie, France)
Open discussion on Cybersecurity risk assessment in indo-pacific region : from maritime cybersecurity to geopolitics of cables.
WG6 “IoT and ICS Security”
Chair: Koji Nakao
Yves-Roland Douha (NAIST,JP), Cost-benefit Analysis Toward Designing Efficient Education Programs for Household Security
Katsunari Yoshioka (Yokohama National Univ.,JP), Analyzing exploits targeting IoT devices observed by honeypot and malware analysis

 

CET FRANCE JST JAPAN THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2022
08:00-08:05 15:00-15:05 Opening
08:05-08:45 15:05-15:45 Jéme François (Inria, France) : Extending Capabilities of Programmable Network Dataplanes for Advanced In-Network Security Functions
08:45-09:45 15:45-16:45 Shinsaku Kiyomoto (KDDI labs, Japan), Emerging security technologies for beyond 5G networks
09:45-10:00 16:45-17:00 Break // Steering commitee meeting
10:00-11:30

 

 

 

 

17:00-18:30

 

 

 

 

WG5 “Technologies on Sanitization, Generalization and Data Mining for privacy preserving”
Hiroaki Kikuchi (Meiji University, Japan), Report of the data anonymization competition PWS Cup 2021 in  Japan
Antoine Boutet (Inria, France), « DYSAN: Dynamically sanitizing motion sensor data against sensitive inferences through adversarial networks »
Le Trieu Phong (NICT, Japan), Some Recent Developments of Federated Learning
Sébastien Gambs (UQAM, Canada), Fairwashing in machine learning
Hiroshi Nakagawa (RIKEN, Japan), Trust among data subject, the cybernetic agent and the service provider
10:00-11:30 17:00-18:30 WG 7 “Network security and its performance measurement”
Taisho Sasada
(NAIST, Japan), Zero-Trust Access Control to Verify User-Authenticity through Behavioral Biometric Monitoring
Takeshi Takahashi (NICT, Japan), Multimodal security analysis platform for streamlining cybersecurity operations
Solayman Ayoubi (LORIA, France), Data-driven evaluation of intrusion detectors : a taxonomy
Satoshi Okada (U. Tokyo, Japan), Advanced Security Operation Technologies in the era of cyber-physical convergence

 

 

CET FRANCE JST JAPAN FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2022
08:00-08:05 15:00-15:05 Opening
08:05-08:50 15:05-15:50 Stéphane Mocanu (Inria, France), Industrial control systems security : risk analysis, intrusion detection and experimental validation
08:50-09:10 15:50-16:10 Discussion
09:10-09:15 (09:25) 16:10-16:15 (16:25) Break
09:15-11:00 16:15- 18 :00 WG 1 “Formal Methods”
Session Theme “AI Fairness & Quality”
Catuscia Palamidessi  (Inria, France)
WG-Keynote
On the Impossibility of Non-Trivial Accuracy in Presence of Fairness Constraints
Karima Makhlouf (Inria, France) and Sami Zhioua ((Inria, France), The need for Causality to address Fairness in Machine Learning
Yutaka Oiwa (AIST, Japan), Overview of the Machine Learning Quality Management Guideline
Yusuke Kawamoto (AIST, Japan), Towards a security guideline for machine learning-based systems
Mitsuhiro Okada (Keio University, Japan), Cybersecurity, Fairness, and Society (An activity report)
09:25-11:00

 

16:25-18:00

 

 WG 3 “Events and Malware Analysis”
Grégoire Menguy, (CEA, France), Blackbox deofuscation
Tristan Benoit
(Université de Lorraine, France), Program clone detection 
Tomas Concepcion Miranda (
CentraleSupélec, France), DaViz: Visualization for Android Malware Datasets
Tao Ban
(NICT, Japan), Restructuring and Streamlining of Security Operations with AI and Visualization
Takuya Watanabe
(NTT, Japan), Melting Pot of Origins: Compromising the Intermediary Web Services that Rehost Websites
Takayuki Sasaki
(Yokohama National University, Japan), Exposed Infrastructures: Discovery, Attacks and Remediation of Insecure ICS Remote Management Devices
11:00-11:30 18:00-18:30 Final wrap-up and discussion

 

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