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[TALK23] Aaron Ding (TU Delft, Netherlands) – Trustworthy and Sustainable Edge AI 

On Wed, Oct 26th, 2022, 2pm CET, Aaron Ding (TU Delft, Netherlands), will talk about “Trustworthy and Sustainable Edge AI“. You are cordially invited to join the free live stream on youtube and LinkedIn! Please share the link https://talk.cybercni.fr/23 with your interested friends!

Trailer: https://youtu.be/H4kImH__DpY
LinkedIN Event: https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/urn:li:ugcPost:6990061761919868928/
Facebook Event: https://fb.me/e/24L973TCJ
Youtube: https://youtu.be/qzBS2dNN-yc
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Abstract

Despite of promising impact, Edge AI is facing two major challenges for its large scale deployment: trustworthiness and sustainability.

On trustworthiness, Edge AI benefits from its close proximity to the end-devices and user generated data. However, due to the distributed deployment and deep penetration into personal context, the safety and perceived trustworthiness for Edge AI services raise concerns among several stakeholders (e.g., end users, public sectors, ISP). To achieve trustworthy Edge AI, critical building blocks are needed for ensuring transparency, fairness and robustness, especially for its training and deployment in decentralized, uncontrolled environments. The trustworthiness of Edge AI is a stepping stone, on which the promise of Edge AI can be built.

Meanwhile, being a critical goal of sustainability, the energy consumption of Edge AI needs to be optimized. The energy efficiency is crucial for embedding Edge AI to our infrastructures (e.g., road side units, micro base stations) in order to sustainably support advanced autonomous driving and Extended Reality (XR) services in the years to come. Across the pipeline of data acquisition, transfer, computation, and storage, there exists the possibility for Edge AI to trade off accuracy to less power and less time consumed. For instance, noisy inputs from numerous sensors can be selectively processed and transferred in order to save energy. This new dimension to the optimization design can pave the way towards a sustainable deployment of Edge AI.

Watch the trailer here.

Aaron Ding

Aaron Ding is leading the Cyber-Physical Intelligence (CPI) Lab as tenured Associate Professor of Edge AI at TU Delft. He has been awarded EU research grants (€5M+) as Consortium Director and PI. With over 15 years of R&D experience across EU, UK and USA, he has worked at TU Munich with Jörg Ott, at Columbia University with Henning Schulzrinne, at University of Cambridge with Jon Crowcroft. His research focuses on edge computing, edge AI, and data-driven IoT services. Being an active member of ACM, IEEE and IETF, he is the founder of ACM EdgeSys, Associate Editor for ACM TIOT and IEEE OJ-ITS. For contributions to mobile edge computing, his research has received best paper awards and recognition from ACM SIGCOMM, ACM EdgeSys, ACM SenSys CCIoT, and IEEE INFOCOM. Details of his projects and publications can be found on site: https://homepage.tudelft.nl/8e79t/

TU Delft, Netherlands

Founded in 1842, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive university of technology in the Netherlands and globally ranked top 10 on the 2022 QS World University Rankings of Engineering & Technology. TU Delft collaborates with a wide network of educational, industrial, and governmental partners. It is a member of university federations including the IDEA League, CESAER, UNITECH International and 4TU.

Talk.cybercni.fr

The Cyber CNI Lecture Series is a free monthly event that typically takes place on the last Wednesday of the month from 2pm to 3h30pm CET.

The event consists of a 45-minute expert presentation followed by a 45-minute discussion.

The Cyber CNI Speaker series aims to raise awareness and understanding of cyber security issues among all audiences. It aims to enable an ongoing dialogue between experts from industry and academia and the general public (citizens, families, small and large businesses, public organizations, etc.). All of us are concerned.

The events are broadcast live on Youtube (https://talk.cybercni.fr/) and LinkedIn, allowing worldwide remote participation – including a tool to participate in the discussion.

You can add the event calendar via ICSwebcalHTML.

How the digital transformation is changing our lives

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown all of us the benefits of information technology. It allows us to work at a distance, to live at a distance, and most importantly, to keep in touch at a distance – with younger and older people, those closest to us, and even make new contacts.

Our society relies more and more on information and operational technologies. Examples include water, energy, heat and cooling supply, communications, healthcare, production and processing of goods, transportation, national security, banking, research and education, and food production.

What all these areas have in common is that they make intensive use of networked distributed computer systems. These systems can be attacked in many ways. This is no longer just a problem for computer “pros” because computer systems are essential to all of us. The effects of “cyber-attacks” range from power outages to the collapse of the health care or banking sectors.

Program and registration: https://talk.cybercni.fr/

Recap Summer School on Future IoT “IoT meets Autonomy” (Aug 29 – Sep 2, 2022)

The Internet of Things connects everyday objects – smartphones with Bluetooth speakers and smartwatches – but also networks medical devices with each other and is used in logistics, for example. The Future-IoT Summer School brought together (PhD) students, experts and companies to spend a week listening to exciting lectures, exploring the city, and working on challenges around the topic of IoT, because the Internet of Things has already become part of our everyday lives.

The fifth edition of the Summer School was dedicated to the topic “IoT meets Autonomy”: Many of the computer systems around us work autonomously, they just run, completely without human intervention. They adapt to their environment or evolve with machine learning, but the implementation of such functions is often challenging: “The challenges are not only technical, but also ethical, societal, legal, which is why we are dedicating this edition of the Summer School to the topic of ‘autonomy’. In the Challenges, participants will explore different forms of autonomy using IoT as a use case. The topics include data analytics, machine learning, IoT protocols and cybersecurity,” explains Prof. Dr. Marc-Oliver Pahl, initiator and director of the Summer School and professor for cybersecurity at IMT Atlantique in France.

In the Summer School, the focus was primarily on the Internet of Things in Industry (IIoT). Dr. Jochen Schiller, board member of the Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF) and Professor of Computer Science at Freie Universität Berlin, welcomed the participants to ECDF: “Much more than all the computers we interact with and see every day, the small computing devices in the Internet of Things will help influence our lives in the future. These billions of networked things must not only be controlled individually, but also operated reliably, robustly and securely in their totality. I therefore very much welcome the PhD School’s initiative “IoT meets Autonomy”, which brings young PhD students closer to the technologies in the Internet of Things in a variety of “hands-on” ways and therefore sheds light on their fascinating possibilities, as well as their limitations, particularly with regard to their (partially) autonomous operation from many different angles,” said Schiller.

After the introductory keynote on IoT meets AI, Prof. Dr. Falko Dressler, Chair of Telecommunications Networks at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at TU Berlin and Principal Investigator at ECDF, introduced Cyber-Physical Systems; this was followed, among others, by contributions from Airbus on autonomy and innovation as a pathfinder for the aviation industry, Siemens on autonomy and Industry 4.0, and Amazon Web Services on AI and the “Smart Territory Framework” that allows smart environments to be built with multiple sensors. In the challenges, the participants partly worked on real problems of the industry partners: “During the week, the participants have the chance to gain insight into many different aspects around the Internet of Things: From device manufacturing to communication protocols and semantics to application management” explains Dr. Fabian Rhein, Manager Siemens Research and Innovation Ecosystems.

In the challenges, participants linked moving and grasping robots together, programmed clocks, LED tubes and volume controls to blink simultaneously, and linked smart-home devices together to automatically set the optimal room temperature. Dr. Ana Maria Drăgulinescu, a post-doc at the Universitatea Politehnica din Bucuresti, was participating in the Summer School for the second time: “I have already participated in the Summer School on the topic of “IoT meets AI” in Munich. I really enjoyed the work back then and it also helped me a lot with my PhD thesis. I am happy to be back again this year and to work with my team on another challenge.”

At the end of the week, the interdisciplinary jury was impressed by all the projects and chose the team “Streams for Memes” as the winner of the Summer School. The team, consisting of students Samia Boutalbi, Lucas Camino, Vittorio Ferrentino, Catherine Sai and Charles Thonier under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Marc-Oliver Pahl (IMT Atlantique), Lars Wüstrich (TUM) and Guillaume Neau (AWS), worked out in their challenge that memes (meaning images with text) are created from a livestream based on predefined keywords – automatically when the word is mentioned.

Since the School Series is a Franco-German collaboration, the next edition will take place in France in late summer 2023. More information and videos of the presentations during the Future-IoT Summer School can be found here.

Stay tuned for the next summer school in 2023: https://school.future-iot.org/

This article was written and published by the Einstein Center Digital Future (originally in German). Find it here!

[#WisdomWednesday] GFA Winter School on Future IoT with the Keynote “Digital Twin a Mixed Reality in the industry” by Pierre Bégout

On Wednesday, Dec 1, 2021, at 1:00 pm CET, Pierre Bégout from IMT Atlantique gave a keynote entitled “Digital Twin a Mixed Reality in the industry” at the 4th Future-IoT.org PhD school that is under the motto “IoT meets Cyber and Security”.

You are cordially invited to watch the recording!

Abstract

The purpose of the keynote is to give the audience all the keys to understand the AWS cloud and the associated value proposition regarding information security. Guillaume will first introduce AWS and it’s peculiar vision of cloud computing. He then will explain how to build resillient and secure applications on AWS while presenting the key security principles of cloud security. Guillaume will talk about self-healing systems, high-availibity, serverless,

Abstract keynote: In a context of industrial evolution, reorganization of production means, a need for industrial agility to meet increasingly unpredictable customer demand, and the transition to Industry 4.0, it is becoming important to be able to adapt production according to demand and to anticipate issues.

The Digital Twin has been designed to overcome such issues by providing a clone of the real factory on which we can perform tests and try new designs digitally. This talk will focus on the use of Digital Twin in industry and its pairing with VR and AR, and an exemple of implementation in a boiler factory.

About Pierre Bégout

Final year PHD student at the campus Brest of IMT Atlantique. He is working on Digital Twin in industry for the training of operators.

About the GFA Video Series and the #WisdomWednesday

Education is one of the core missions of the GFA. Therefore we have wonderful education projects in the field of industry 4.0, such as summer schools, hackathons and online courses that we organise together with leading universities in Europe. To present our education efforts to a bigger audience and share it with people all over the world, we created the GFA Video Series. Under the hashtag #WisdomWednesday we present interesting talks and keynotes every Wednesday on our website and in our social media. Stay tuned and check also our YouTube Channel.

About the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA)

The German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future is a strategic vehicle to promote close collaboration between leading European research institutions and industrial companies. It was founded by the French Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and the German Technical University of Munich (TUM). Focused on joint research, education and innovation, the Academy’s mission is to master the challenges accompanying the increasing digitalization of industry processes. Read more…

About the Future-IoT.org PhD schools (#fiot)

The Future-IoT.org Ph.D. school series takes place once a year since 2018 and circles around the topic IoT and it’s use cases like automation, mobility and security. The series is organized by IMT Atlantique and the Technical University of Munich as a flagship event of the German-French Academy for the Industry of th

[#WisdomWednesday] GFA Winter School on Future IoT with the Keynote “Cybersecurity as key challenge of the industrial Internet of Things” by Tiago Gasiba, Santiago Suppan (Siemens)

On Nov 30, 2021, at 9 am CET, Tiago Gasiba and Santiago Suppan from Siemens, Germany, gave a keynote entitled “Cybersecurity as a key challenge of the industrial Internet of Things”.

You are cordially invited to watch the recording!

ALSO CHECK OUT THE FUTURE IOT SUMMER SCHOOL 2022, AUG 29 – SEPT 2 IN BERLIN & ONLINE: https://school.future-iot.org/

Abstract

Cybersecurity is gaining more and more attention over the last years. In this talk we will briefly motivate and discuss important steps that companies need to take to address this topic. Our talk will address the product security lifecycle based on the OWASP Software Assurance Maturity Level. Towards the end of our talk we will shift our focus to secure coding as an important milestone of software development. We will also briefly introduce CyberSecurity Challenges – a new serious game to raise awareness of secure coding for software developers in the industry. This game has been developed at Siemens in partnership with academia, and will be offered as an hands-on event.

About Santiago Suppan

Santiago Suppan was awarded the grade of Master of Science in business informatics with honors by the University of Regensburg and the Bavarian Elite Network in 2012. In 2018, he finished his doctorate studies (Dr. rer. pol.) within the University of Regensburg and after being granted a doctorate scholarship by Siemens AG Corporate Technology, where he accompanied several funded research projects and researched security in industrial systems, the smart grid, privacy by design and privacy-enhancing technologies in the area of the Internet of Things (focus area), holding academic publications and industry patents. Today, he advises, trains, and coaches business units worldwide as a security consultant and as an engagement manager at Siemens AG.

About Tiago Gasiba

Tiago Gasiba has been awarded the Engineering degree in Telecommunications, Electronics, and Computers from Oporto University in 2002. In 2004 he completed his Master of Science in Communications Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. He is currently finalizing his PhD (Dr.rer.nat) at the Universität der Bundeswehr München. Tiago Gasiba has published more than thirty papers on the topics of channel coding and serious games for Cybersecurity in international scientific conferences. He holds several patents in the field of cyber security, and he has more than twenty years of experience in the industry. Tiago Gasiba has been invited as a guest lecturer at the University of Passau, Iscte in Portugal, and UniBW in Germany. In his current role, Tiago Gasiba works as a security trainer and is responsible for several workshops on security awareness and secure software development, as part of his role on secure software enablement at Siemens.

About the GFA Video Series and the #WisdomWednesday

Education is one of the core missions of the GFA. Therefore we have wonderful education projects in the field of industry 4.0, such as summer schools, hackathons and online courses that we organise together with leading universities in Europe. To present our education efforts to a bigger audience and share it with people all over the world, we created the GFA Video Series. Under the hashtag #WisdomWednesday we present interesting talks and keynotes every Wednesday on our website and in our social media. Stay tuned and check also our YouTube Channel.

About the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA)

The German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future is a strategic vehicle to promote close collaboration between leading European research institutions and industrial companies. It was founded by the French Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and the German Technical University of Munich (TUM). Focused on joint research, education and innovation, the Academy’s mission is to master the challenges accompanying the increasing digitalization of industry processes. Read more…

About the Future-IoT.org PhD schools (#fiot)

The Future-IoT.org Ph.D. school series takes place once a year since 2018 and circles around the topic IoT and it’s use cases like automation, mobility and security. The series is organized by IMT Atlantique and the Technical University of Munich as a flagship event of the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA). The French-German series is kindly supported by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule / Université Franco-Allemande.

Future-IoT.org connects academia and industry. Therefore, the series is in collaboration with leading industry partners from France and Germany. The Future IoT summer school offers an exciting mix of lectures, hands-on tutorials, and hackathon challenges. There is also a lot of room for getting to know each other, networking, and exploring our hosting city! More information on the website!

[#WisdomWednesday] GFA Winter School on Future IoT with the Keynote “Using Blockchain technology for Cybersecurity” by Prabhakaran Kasinathan (Siemens)

On Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021, at 1 pm CET, Prabhakaran Kasinathan, Research Scientist, Cybersecurity Technology, Siemens AG, Munich, Germany gave a keynote entitled “Using Blockchain technology for Cybersecurity” at the 4th Future-IoT.org Ph.D. school that is under the motto “IoT meets Cyber and Security”.

You are cordially invited to watch the recording!

ALSO CHECK OUT THE FUTURE IOT SUMMER SCHOOL 2022, AUG 29 – SEPT 2 IN BERLIN & ONLINE: https://school.future-iot.org/

Abstract

Securing distributed and collaborative business processes that involve Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) devices or services in a cross-organizational context is a challenging task. It becomes even more difficult when the involved parties do not trust each other completely. This keynote presents some real-world industrial use cases where there is a need to enforce cross-organizational business processes without a trusted third party and how state-of-the-art technologies and research addresses the problem.

About Prabhakaran Kasinathan

Dr. Prabhakaran Kasinathan is a research scientist at Cybersecurity Technology, Siemens AG, Munich, Germany. He is working in the field of IoT security since 2012 and he has published in security conferences such as ACM SIGSAC and ESORICS, and in IoT conferences such as EWSN and WiMob. His current research interests include internet-of-things (IoT) security, blockchain, and cloud security. He works in international and European Union-funded projects like “Cyber Security for Europe” – cybersec4europe.eu and “A Comprehensive Cyber-Intelligence framework for Collaborative Manufacturing Systems” – collabs-project.eu.

About the GFA Video Series and the #WisdomWednesday

Education is one of the core missions of the GFA. Therefore we have wonderful education projects in the field of industry 4.0, such as summer schools, hackathons and online courses that we organise together with leading universities in Europe. To present our education efforts to a bigger audience and share it with people all over the world, we created the GFA Video Series. Under the hashtag #WisdomWednesday we present interesting talks and keynotes every Wednesday on our website and in our social media. Stay tuned and check also our YouTube Channel.

About the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA)

The German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future is a strategic vehicle to promote close collaboration between leading European research institutions and industrial companies. It was founded by the French Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and the German Technical University of Munich (TUM). Focused on joint research, education and innovation, the Academy’s mission is to master the challenges accompanying the increasing digitalization of industry processes. Read more…

About the Future-IoT.org PhD schools (#fiot)

The Future-IoT.org Ph.D. school series takes place once a year since 2018 and circles around the topic IoT and it’s use cases like automation, mobility and security. The series is organized by IMT Atlantique and the Technical University of Munich as a flagship event of the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA). The French-German series is kindly supported by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule / Université Franco-Allemande.

Future-IoT.org connects academia and industry. Therefore, the series is in collaboration with leading industry partners from France and Germany. The Future IoT summer school offers an exciting mix of lectures, hands-on tutorials, and hackathon challenges. There is also a lot of room for getting to know each other, networking, and exploring our hosting city! More information on the website!

[#WisdomWednesday] GFA Winter School on Future IoT with the Keynote “IoT meets Cyber and Security” from Marc-Oliver Pahl (IMT Atlantique)

On Monday, Nov 29, 2021, at 9:30 am CET, Marc-Oliver Pahl, Chairholder Chair Cyber CNI, IMT Atlantique, Rennes, France gave a keynote entitled “IoT meets Cyber and Security” at the 4th Future-IoT.org Ph.D. school that is under the motto “IoT meets Cyber and Security”.

You are cordially invited to watch the recording.

ALSO CHECK OUT THE FUTURE IOT SUMMER SCHOOL 2022, AUG 29 – SEPT 2 IN BERLIN & ONLINE: https://school.future-iot.org/

Abstract

This year’s edition has the title “IoT meets Cyber and Security“. The opening keynote will introduce to the topic and set the frame for an exciting week. The Internet of Things (IoT) connects a plethora of devices. It allows programmers to interact with the physical environment. This brings many fascinating opportunities but also challenges. The keynote will introduce some. Software drives the critical infrastructures around us like water or energy supply, communication, transportation, banking, production, or health care. “IoT meets Cyber and Security“ focuses on different aspects of the software cyberspace, including cybersecurity.

About Marc-Oliver Pahl

Prof. Dr. Marc-Oliver Pahl heads the Chair of Cybersecurity for Critical Networked Infrastructures (https://cyberni.fr/) at IMT Atlantique in Rennes, France. He is an adjunct professor of Carleton University in Canada. Marc-Oliver also heads the IoT Smart Space research team (https://s2o.net.in.tum.de/) at the Chair for Network Architectures and Services at Technical University of Munich.

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Marc-Oliver’s research focus is on a holistic approach to cybersecurity. He works on security-by-design, anomaly detection, human-in-the-loop, and automation. His goal is making cybersecurity manageable, resulting in highly resilient and reliable systems. Marc-Oliver publishes regularly in the network and service management and security communities.

About the GFA Video Series and the #WisdomWednesday

Education is one of the core missions of the GFA. Therefore we have wonderful education projects in the field of industry 4.0, such as summer schools, hackathons and online courses that we organise together with leading universities in Europe. To present our education efforts to a bigger audience and share it with people all over the world, we created the GFA Video Series. Under the hashtag #WisdomWednesday we present interesting talks and keynotes every Wednesday on our website and in our social media. Stay tuned and check also our YouTube Channel.

About the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA)

The German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future is a strategic vehicle to promote close collaboration between leading European research institutions and industrial companies. It was founded by the French Institut Mines-Télécom (IMT) and the German Technical University of Munich (TUM). Focused on joint research, education and innovation, the Academy’s mission is to master the challenges accompanying the increasing digitalization of industry processes. Read more…

About the Future-IoT.org PhD schools (#fiot)

The Future-IoT.org Ph.D. school series takes place once a year since 2018 and circles around the topic IoT and it’s use cases like automation, mobility and security. The series is organized by IMT Atlantique and the Technical University of Munich as a flagship event of the German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future (GFA). The French-German series is kindly supported by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule / Université Franco-Allemande.

Future-IoT.org connects academia and industry. Therefore, the series is in collaboration with leading industry partners from France and Germany. The Future IoT summer school offers an exciting mix of lectures, hands-on tutorials, and hackathon challenges. There is also a lot of room for getting to know each other, networking, and exploring our hosting city! More information on the website!

Wed, Jul 27th, 2022, 2pm CEST I Philipp Drieger (Principal Machine Learning Architect, Splunk, Germany) – Big Data Cybersecurity and Machine Learning with SPLUNK

On Wed, Jul 27th, 2022, 2pm CEST, Philipp Drieger (Principal Machine Learning Architect, Splunk, Germany), will talk about “Big Data Cybersecurity and Machine Learning with SPLUNK“. You are cordially invited to join the free live stream on youtube and LinkedIn! Please share the link https://talk.cybercni.fr/21 with your interested friends!

LinkedIN Event: https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/urn:li:ugcPost:6957250181952118784/
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2586398184829432/
Youtube: https://TALK.cyberCNI.fr/stream

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Abstract

Splunk’s Data-to-Everything platform enables companies globally to turn Data into Doing. Machine Learning is an essential part to solve use cases in cybersecurity, operations and various lines of business. This talk provides you with an overview of Splunk’s big data and machine learning technologies that are used to solve real world use cases in cybersecurity. We share insights into machine learning cases and lessons learnt.

Philipp Drieger

Philipp Drieger works as a Principal Machine Learning Architect at Splunk. He accompanies Splunk customers and partners across various industries in their digital journeys, helping to achieve advanced analytics use cases in cybersecurity, IT operations, IoT and business analytics. Before joining Splunk, Philipp worked as a freelance software developer and consultant focusing on high performance 3D graphics and visual computing technologies. In research, he has published papers on text mining and semantic network analysis. 

Splunk

The Splunk platform removes the barriers between data and action, empowering observability, IT and security teams to ensure their organizations are secure, resilient and innovative.

Founded in 2003, Splunk is a global company  — with over 7,500 employees, Splunkers have received over 1,020 patents to date and availability in 21 regions around the world — and offers an open, extensible data platform that supports shared data across any environment so that all teams in an organization can get end-to-end visibility, with context, for every interaction and business process. Build a strong data foundation with Splunk. https://www.splunk.com/en_us/about-splunk.html

Talk.cybercni.fr

The Cyber CNI Lecture Series is a free monthly event that takes place online on the last Wednesday of the month from 2pm CET to 3h30pm.

The event consists of a 40-minute expert presentation followed by a 30-minute discussion.

The Cyber CNI Speaker series aims to raise awareness and understanding of cyber security issues among all audiences. It aims to enable an ongoing dialogue between experts from industry and academia and the general public (citizens, families, small and large businesses, public organizations, etc.). All of us are concerned.

The events are broadcast live on Youtube (https://talk.cybercni.fr/) and LinkedIn, allowing worldwide remote participation – including a tool to participate in the discussion.

You can add the event calendar via ICSwebcalHTML.

How the digital transformation is changing our lives

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown all of us the benefits of information technology. It allows us to work at a distance, to live at a distance, and most importantly, to keep in touch at a distance – with younger and older people, those closest to us, and even make new contacts.

Our society relies more and more on information and operational technologies. Examples include water, energy, heat and cooling supply, communications, healthcare, production and processing of goods, transportation, national security, banking, research and education, and food production.

What all these areas have in common is that they make intensive use of networked distributed computer systems. These systems can be attacked in many ways. This is no longer just a problem for computer “pros” because computer systems are essential to all of us. The effects of “cyber-attacks” range from power outages to the collapse of the health care or banking sectors.

Program and registration: https://talk.cybercni.fr/