Come and meet us on 22-23 January and benefit from live demos of the Airbus CyberSecurity products on booth B5:
Conference by our experts
Protection of an information system by an AI
Tuesday 22 January | 2.15 – 3.00pm
A three-phase approach based on the analysis of behaviors to detect a hostile scenario.
Alexandre Dey, Doctorant, Airbus CyberSecurity
Sylvain Navers, Airbus CyberSecurity
Jean Philippe Fauvelle, Architecte Technique et Solution / IA & cyber-securité / Sécurité numérique & Cybersécurité, Airbus CyberSecurity
Plenary sessions with our experts
By-Design approaches: the need for (re)invention
Tuesday 22 January | 9.00 – 11.00am
Personal data protection and security “by design” are the holy grail of cybersecurity. By placing the user back at the heart of the process and requiring providers to take security priorities into account as early as the product design stage, they make for a virtuous momentum that has been speeding up ever since the GDPR came into effect. Yet in the hyperconnected era, where security and safety are intermingled, “by design” remains a constant challenge and calls for a global response. On the societal level, how can we supervise the growth of new customs without curbing innovation? On the legal and prescriptive level, how can we establish coherent and scalable compliance frameworks? On the operational level, how can we cover all stages of software and hardware’s life cycle, from design to death? On the technological level, will “formal methods” enable us to achieve our “zero defect” goal? On the business level, how can we turn “by design” into a competitive advantage? Finally, which pitfalls should be avoided and which limits does this approach entail?
Julia SIEGER, Journaliste
Guillaume POUPARD, ANSSI
Gwendal LE GRAND, CNIL
Stefan LECHNER, EU Council
Michel VAN DEN BERGHE, CEO, ORANGE CYBERDEFENSE
Eleni KYRIAKIDES, EPIC International Counsel
Laurent PORRACCHIA, Airbus CyberSecurity
Are cybersecurity by design and the IoT a lost cause?
Tuesday 22 January | 12.00am – 1.15pm
The Internet of Things really challenges the “by design” approach, as it comes with no security standards, a wide range of protocols and technologies, little to no best practices in terms of conception, a reverse engineering made easier by very accessible products, billions of disseminated and mostly unsupervised equipment, etc. Which new threats is the IoT facing? Can product security and reliability be guaranteed during the whole lifecycle? How can privacy be involved?
Fabrice GARNIER DE LABAREYRE, PWC
Coralie HERITIER, IDNOMIC
Sadio BA, ANSSI
Youki KADOBAYASHI, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Paul-Emmanuel BRUN, AIRBUS CyberSecurity
François BOUCHAUD, IRCGN
Innovating in cyber security: yes, but how?
Thursday, 23 January | 3.00 – 4.00pm
The French cyber ecosystem is prolific. Yet innovation in the field is facing several obstacles, such as intense and costly R&D, difficult scaling, fragmented solutions, insufficient investment, etc. French start-ups are thus struggling to grow. Which public and private mechanisms could help stimulate and support innovation? What are major technological priorities? How could promising projects be accelerated? How can experimentation and proofs of concept be strengthened, to allow innovative solutions to enter the marketplace as early as possible?
Bertrand BLOND, Ministère des Armées
Steve PURSER, ENISA
Grace CASSY, CyLon
Frédéric JULHES, Airbus CyberSecurity
Champagne reception on Tuesday 22 January 2019 at 4.00pm on the Airbus CyberSecurity/Stormshield stand.