Présentation des travaux d’Olivier Jacq à la conférence “Cyber Situational Awareness” d’Oxford
Le lieutenant de vaisseau Olivier, doctorant de la Chaire de cyberdéfense des systèmes navals, présente ses travaux lors d’une conférence internationale à Oxford.
Son intervention porte sur le sujet suivant : Cyber attacks real time detection : towards a Cyber Situational Awareness for naval systems.
Abstract:Over the last years, the maritime sector has seen an important increase in digital systems on board. Whether used for platform management, navigation, logistics or office tasks, a modern ship can be seen as a fully featured, complex and moving information system. Meanwhile, cyber threats on the sector are real and, for instance, the year 2018 has seen a number of harmful public ransomware attacks impacting shore and ashore assets. Gaining cyber situation recognition, comprehension and projection through Maritime Cyber Situational Awareness is therefore a challenging but essential task for the sector. However, its elaboration has to face a number of issues, such as the collect and fusion of real-time data coming from the ships and an efficient visualization and situation sharing across maritime actors. In this paper, we describe our current work and results for maritime cyber situational awareness elaboration. Even if its development is still going on, the first operational feedback is very encouraging._ _
Davantage d’informations sur la conférence : https://www.c-mric.com/csa2019
IEEE is the Technical Co-Sponsor (TCS) of the International Conference on Cyber Situational Awareness, Data Analytics and Assessment (CyberSA 2019), an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the principles, methods and applications of situation awareness on Cyber Systems, Business Information Systems (BIS), Computer Network Defence (CND), Critical National Infrastructures (CNI), Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoTs).