End-to-end security management for smart cities

End-to-end security management for smart cities

Feb 10 9:00am - Feb 10 10:30am @ https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81051643617,
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M-Sec (www.msecproject.eu) was born in July 2018, as an EU and Japanese R&D project made by twelve partners (six European and six Japanese).

The main motivational factor arose from the fact that many data sources in the IoT and smart city domain may contain sensitive information that raises issues on privacy and data protection. The main objective sought by M-Sec is to develop a framework that provides security and integrity of data traffic, end to end, from the device to the Cloud and to the application in a secure and transparent way.

The objective of this Webinar is to present a cybersecurity framework for end-to-end management in smart cities. This framework aims to integrate cybersecurity for heterogeneous environments such as IoT, cloud and end users. In the spirit of cyber resilience, it automates certain tasks related to cybersecurity in order to better inform and react better in the event of suspicious events.

Our experts Mathieu Gallissot, research engineer, and Radhoue...
M-Sec (www.msecproject.eu) was born in July 2018, as an EU and Japanese R&D project made by twelve partners (six European and six Japanese).

The main motivational factor arose from the fact that many data sources in the IoT and smart city domain may contain sensitive information that raises issues on privacy and data protection. The main objective sought by M-Sec is to develop a framework that provides security and integrity of data traffic, end to end, from the device to the Cloud and to the application in a secure and transparent way.

The objective of this Webinar is to present a cybersecurity framework for end-to-end management in smart cities. This framework aims to integrate cybersecurity for heterogeneous environments such as IoT, cloud and end users. In the spirit of cyber resilience, it automates certain tasks related to cybersecurity in order to better inform and react better in the event of suspicious events.

Our experts Mathieu Gallissot, research engineer, and Radhouene Azzabi, Security R&D Engineer
at CEA France (Le Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives), will present fact-based objective information on their research in this topic.

The Webinar will be held in Zoom, through the following link: us02web.zoom.us/j/81051643617. It is free of charge, although registration is appreciated.

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Speakers
Cyber-security system architect @ CEA-LETI #Nanoelec
Organizers
M-SEC
An EU-Japan collaborative project
Nadine Teles
EU Projects Manager @ F6S Network Limited