2018 Intermediate Workshop

On October 29th and 30th, 2018 was held an intermediate workshop of the cybersecurity cooperation between France and Japan in Keio University, Tokyo (Japan). This two-days intermediate workshop had for purpose to rapidly share and organize the cooperation between France and Japan on two specific topics: cybersecurity of Internet of Things (IoT); cybersecurity and artificial intelligence (AI).
A satellite meeting focusing on ethics, privacy and fairness in cybersecurity took place on October 31st, 2018.

The Workshop Chair was Professor Mitsuhiro Okada.

On this occasion, a delegation of French researchers participated in the workshop in Tokyo and some presentations were given through videoconference meetings with France.


Meeting report :



Program :

October 29th: IoT security

 9:45 Registration

10:00 Opening: Claude Kirchner (Inria) and Koji Nakao (NICT)

10:15-11:00: Keynote by Prof. Tokuda (Chairman of NICT)

Evolution of IoT and Cybersecurity Research in NICT

11:00-11:15 Break

11:15-12:00: Keynote by Prof. Hervé Debar (IMT)

About EUNITY – Cybersecurity and privacy dialogue between Europe and Japan 

Cybersecurity for Industry 4.0 – Security Issues and Mitigation in Ethernet POWERLINK

12:00-13:00 Lunch

 13:00-14:45: IoT market/regulation, IoT applications

IoT Marketplace in Japan, Mr. Kosuke Ito (CCDS)

VPP (Virtual Power Plant) system and IoT, Prof. Masaki Umejima (Keio Univ.)

Introduction on systemic risks of IoT, Kavé Salamatian (University Annecy & Inria)

14:45-15:55: 5G IoT convergence, IoT Smart Cities

5G IoT convergence, Dr. Satoshi Konishi (KDDI)

WG6 Network cybersecurity interim update: focus on IoT, Thomas Silverston (Shibaura Institute of Technology)

15:55-16:30 Break

16:30-18:00: Fundamental Technologies for IoT, IoT Data Protection (Using visio conf. To get the access code, contact claude.kirchner@inria.fr)

Towards Low Energy Ciphers for IoT, Prof. Takanori Isobe (Univ. of Hyogo)

Towards Secure IoT with Open Source and RIOT, Emmanuel Baccelli (Inria) **visio from France

 18:00 Closing

 18:30 Dinner


October 30th: AI and Cybersecurity

 9:45: Registration

10:00 Opening: Claude Kirchner (Inria) and Koji Nakao (NICT)

10:15-11:00: Keynote by Prof. Jun Murai (Keio University)

Internet Civilization

11:00-11:15 Break

11:15-12:00: Keynote by Prof. Kavé Salamatian (University Annecy & Inria)

A retrospective on almost 20 year of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning in Internet measurement research

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Formal approaches for AI-cybersecurity and AI-algorithmic ethics, privacy, fairness

Formal Fairness in Machine Learning / Data Mining, Toshihiko Kamishima (AIST) http://www.kamishima.net/archive/fadm.pdf

Current status of the discussions and researches on algorithmic-informatics ethics in the French and in the Japanese Groups, reported by Claude Kirchner, Kavé Salamatian, and Mitsuhiro Okada

14:00-15:30 AI for Cybersecurity

Toward the automation of cybersecurity operations using machine learning techniques, Dr. Takahashi (NICT)

Defensive and offensive AI for embedded security, Thomas Perianin (Secure-IC)

Predicting Impending Exposure to Malicious Content by Learning User Behavior, Dr. Kubota (KDDI)

15:30-16:00 Break

16:00-17:00 Strategic discussion on organization and founding (Open to visio conf.)

Chairs: Claude Kirchner, Hélène Kirchner, Koji Nakao, Mitsuhiro Okada, Kavé Salamatian

17:00-17:30: Security related to AI (Using visio conf. To get the access code, contact claude.kirchner@inria.fr)

Ransomware detection with learning techniques, David Lubicz (DGA) **visio from France

17:30-18:00: Final discussion and closing


Oct.31st: Associated satellite meeting (Tutorial and Discussion) New issues on technology and algorithmic ethics/privacy/fairness, related to Digital/AI/ML

10:00 Tutorial, Toshihiko Kamishima (AIST), Algorithms for Fairness-aware Machine Learning (in Japanese with English slides) http://www.kamishima.net/archive/fadm.pdf

11:00 Pause

11:10 Claude Kirchner (Inria, CERNA and CCNE), Ethics and sovereignties in our digital societies

12:10-13:20 Lunch Break

13:20 Kavé Salamatian (University Annecy and Inria), A comparative analysis of governmental AI strategies: from narrative, to utopia passing by ethics

13:50 Mitsuhiro Okada (Keio University), Why “formal” for algorithmic ethics research

14:10 Zoltán István Zárdai (Keio University, Tokyo, Japan) Joint work with Diederik M. Roijers (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands & Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium), On the Responsible Design and Deployment of Autonomous Agents

14:30 Claude Kirchner (Inria, CERNA and CCNE),

1- Citizen consultation on Bioethics in France: The 2018 experience

2- Recommendations of CCNE on digital and health

15:00 Pause

15:30 Stéphane Grumbach (Inria), Sovereignty and global risks

16:00 Discussion Session

17:00 Closing

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