Deciders Day 1G4.0

Detailed program

On the program, cybersecurity hackathon and escape game for a dozen professionals alongside our 2nd year students of the Cybersecurity deepening.

  • 10:00 am – 10:15 am – Inauguration of the day
    • Rémi BADONNEL , teacher-researcher at TELECOM Nancy, in charge of the “Internet Systems and Security” study
    • Stéphane BASSO , Industry of the Future Business Manager – Project 1G4.0
  • 10:15 am – 11:00 am – Conference
    “SCUBA: an AI system for the automatic evaluation of the security of connected objects”
    by Abdelkader LAHMADI, teacher-researcher at LORIA – University of Lorraine – RESIST team (Networks, Systems and Services)
    • Brainstorming in group with the student-engineers in cybersecurity of TELECOM Nancy on the recommendations of the ANSSI (National Agency for the Security of Information Systems) and their implementation of their industrial systems.
      13 good practices recommended by ANSSI:
      1. Physical access control to equipment and field buses ; 2. Network partitioning ; 3. Management of removable media ; 4. Account management (logical access, authentication) ; 5. Hardening of configurations ; 6. Management of event and alarm logs ; 7. Configuration management ; 8. Backups / restores ; 9. Documentation ; 10. Antiviral protection ; 11. Patch update (planning) ; 12. PLC protection ; 13. Engineering stations, development stations.
    • Participation in an immersive escape game centered on the exploitation of cyber-security loopholes.
  • 13:30 – 15:00 – Resumption of HACKATHON AND ESCAPE GAME CYBER-SECURITY
  • 3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. – Presentation of the Cyber-range of TELECOM Nancy
    Professionals will be able to discover TELECOM Nancy ‘s cyber-security training platform available to companies for industrial systems security projects.
  • 3.30 p.m. – 4.00 p.m. – Summary in plenary
    • Pooling and synthesis by each group
    • A word on TELECOM Nancy’s corporate relations
    • Closing and handing over of goodies

About 1G4.0

1G4.0, consortium of 4 engineering schools in the Grand Est Region: Arts et Métiers (and its campuses in Châlons-en-Champagne and Metz), the National Engineering School of Metz, INSA Strasbourg and TELECOM Nancy, around the common project of supporting regional companies towards the industry of the future.

TELECOM Nancy is a member of the European network of skills in cybersecurity CONCORDIA, as well as of the Erasmus + alliance of skills in cybersecurity REWIRE.

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