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Sarah Alzieu - 20/01/2017

Inria at the 9th International Cybersecurity Forum

The ninth edition of the ICF will take place on Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 January in Lille. Throughout these two days, Inria, which is a major scientific player in cybersecurity, will present its researchers' work in this field to professionals and enthusiasts from around the world, for the third year in a row.

The event

Some 250 speakers will lead around 30 workshops, 20 presentations, two challenges and 20 technical demonstrations. Three prizes will also be awarded ("Innovative SME", "Book Prize"and "Challenge").


Throughout the day, come and meet the research teams at one of the two Inria stands and attend the demonstrations and presentations at one of our two stands.

Masterclass : A map of French public research into cybersecurity

  • Speakers: Claude Kirchner and Jean Mairesse, Research Director at CNRS
  • Time:  Tuesday 24/01, 15:30-16:00

Getting the upper hand onransomware, High Security Laboratory Rennes

HSL Rennes will present an interactive solution for combatingransomware, based on the collection of object based data.

  • Speaker:  Jean-Louis Lanet
  • Time: Tuesday 24/01 at 10:00, 11:00, 13:15 and 16:00; Wednesday 25/01 at 9:00, 11:00, 14:00 and 16:00

Visualising and identifying attacks, High Security Laboratory Nancy

How to get from raw data to significant individual patterns HSL Nancy will reveal its method, based on observation of unused IP address traffic.

  • Speaker:   Frédéric Beck
  • Time: Wednesday 25/01 at 9:30,11:30, 14:30 and 16:30

Security in Android environments, Madynes team

Find out how geolocated network flows are collected on the Android platform and meet the two Flowoidand Collimator probes developed by the Madynes team, along with the tools for analysing their data.

  • Speaker:  Abdelkader Lahmadi
  • Time: Tuesday 24/01 at 15:30, 16:30 and 17:30

The HACL cryptographic library, Prosecco team

Are you familiar with the HACL cryptographic library, which is not only fast but has also been formally verified for safety? The Prosecco team's demonstrations will help you understand how verification of the F* source code guarantees code security and helps counter certain types of side-channel leaks.

  • Speaker:  Jean-Karim Zinzindohoué
  • Time: Tuesday 24/01 at 12:00, 14:00 and 15:00

Using Z-Wave to take control of a network

Z-Wave is an IoT-oriented protocol frequently used in home automation. Yet some of its functionalities can be security flaws. Find out how to take control of a network, even without any knowledge of its topology.

  • Speaker:   Loïc Rouch
  • Time:   Wednesday 25/01 at 10:00, 13:15 and 15:30 encrypted file transfers without software and without exchanging passwords

Learn about, a secure file-transfer web service that can be used online or installed in organisations, and is compatible with e-mail use.

  • Speaker:  Arnaud Laprévote
  • Time:  Tuesday 24/01 at 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 and 17:00; Wednesday 25/01 at 9:30, 11:30 and 15:00

SAIDS, to monitor the security of cloud-hosted information systems

SAIDS is an open-source software program that brings cloud operators a solution that adapts dynamically to various events in the life cycle of virtual machines. In particular, it automatically adjusts the configuration of security probes, such as intrusion detection systems on the network and firewalls.

  • Speaker:  Christine Morin et Ana Giannakou
  • Time: Tuesday 24/01 and Wednesday 25/01; Wednesday 25/01, 15:30-15:45, demo on the cyberdemonstration centre of excellence platform

SplitSec, visual analysis of security incidents

Come and discover Elvis, an incident-response visualisation tool developed by SplitSec. Analysts can use Elvis to visually explore log files with the help of suitable representations. Thanks to its data typing mechanisms, it can automatically choose relevant representations depending on the type of data that the analyst wants to observe!

  • Speaker:  Christopher Humphries
  • Time: Tuesday 24/01 and Wednesday 25/01

TALER, for ethical, secure online payments

Taler is an online payment system based on advanced cryptographic protocols. It can be used to carry out secure online and offline transactions that are private, efficient and socially responsible, based on the principle of converting currency into an anonymous electronic money.

  • Speakers:  Axel Legay  et Marcello Stanisci
  • Time: Tuesday 24/01 and Wednesday 25/01

Keywords: Cybersecurity Event