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Deuxième Journée défis technologiques de la cybersécurité

Artificial Intelligence and Security

Registration is free but mandatory (in order to size the lunch buffet, deadline April 15th):
Registration link.
Please note that the number of participants is limited.

The "Technology challenges of cybersecurity" days aim at bringing together cybersecurity actors, academic research, small and medium-sized enterprises, large groups, and administration in order to take stock of an important technological issue. The general objective of these days is to make an inventory of research and best industrial practices, and to work on the definition of a road-map that will serve as a reference for the actions of the Pôle d'Excellence Cyber and its partners in this domain. To this end, the day consists of state-of-the-art presentations given by recognized experts in the field and parallel working sessions to identify possible directions for future research projects. The work of these groups will be summarized at the end of the day and consolidated into a road-map transmitted to all participants.

On April 25th 2017, Inria Rennes and Pôle d'Excellence Cyber organize a "Technology challenges of cybersecurity" day on the contribution of artificial intelligence to security. This one-day workshop is intended for researchers and engineers interested in the topic.

Tentative program:

  • 9h50 David Lubicz - DGA-MI & IRMAR
  • 10h Alexandre ALLAUZEN - Université Paris-Sud XI, LIMSI-CNRS
    Deep-learning and natural language processing
  • 10h40 Daphne YAO - Human-Centric Security Laboratory, Virginia Tech
    Democratizing Anomaly Detection: Challenges, Advances, and Opportunities
  • 11h10 Cofee break
  • 11h20 Philippe OWEZARSKI - LAAS-CNRS
    Towards autonomous network anomaly detection, characterization, and classification using unsupervised learning
  • 11h50 Reda YAICH - IMT Atlantique, Lab-STICC-CNRS
    Large Scale Anomaly Detection
  • 12h10 Rudy Guyonneau - Sopra Steria
    Retour d'expérience de l'utilisation de Watson-for-Cyber sur le SOC de Sopra Steria à Toulouse
  • 12h30 Lunch Buffet (Free Food!)
  • 13h40 Petar Tsankov - Software Reliability Lab, ETH Zurich
    DeGuard: Statistical Deobfuscation of Android Applications
  • 14h20 Domagoj Jakobovic - University of Zagreb
    Evolutionary computation in cryptography and security
  • 15h Cofee break
  • 15h10 Working Groups (1h40)
    • Intrusion Detection (chaired by Frédéric Majorczyk)
    • Software Analysis (chaired by Colas Le Guernic)
    • Side Channels (chaired by Annelie Heuser)
  • 16h50 Break
  • 17h Wrap Up and Conclusion

  • Access:


    IRISA/Inria Rennes
    Espace de Conférences Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique
    Campus de Beaulieu, 263 avenue du Général Leclerc
    35 042 RENNES cedex

    GPS Coordinates:
    Latitude: 48.116237 | Longitude: –1.640226

    From the train station:

    • Public Transportaion - www.star.fr [1€50, ~20 minutes]
      • Métro A (direction J.F. Kennedy)
      • Get off at République
      • bus C4 (direction ZA Saint Sulpice) or C6 (direction Cesson-Sévigné Rigourdière)
      • Get off at Tournebride
    • Taxi [~30€, ~15 minutes]
      Taxis are available on the left outside of the train station north exit.
      • Les Taxis Rennais : 02 99 30 79 79
      • Artisans Taxis de Rennes : 02 99 36 03 03
    If lost, do not hesitate to contact the front desk: +33 (0)2 99 84 71 00