talk.cybercni.fr – your monthly Cybersecurity Speaker Series
Protecting against cyber risks is the domain of Cybersecurity. Since 2021, the TALK.CYBER Speaker series raises awareness and understanding of cybersecurity topics.
TALK.CYBERcni.fr fosters a continuous dialog between experts from industry and academia and the general public, including individuals, families, companies from small to large sizes, and public bodies – in short everyone, since cybersecurity is relevant for each of us!
The Cyber CNI speaker series is a free monthly event, typically on the last Wednesday of the month from 14h-15h30. Each event consists of an expert talk of about 45 minutes followed by 45 minutes discussion around the live questions of the audience. The events are broadcasted live over Youtube (https://talk.cybercni.fr/stream), LinkedIN, and Facebook, enabling global remote participation – including a tool for participating in the discussion. On the website you also find the archive of all past talks and the list of upcoming talks: https://TALK.CYBERcni.fr/editions/.
You are cordially invited to participate. Please safe the dates and subscribe to receive email notifications at https://talk.cybercni.fr/.
The series is co-organized by a strong team:
- Chaire cyberCNI.fr
- Insitut Mines Télécom
- Fondation Mines Télécom
- IMT Atlantique
- Télécom Paris
- Télécom SudParis
- BNP Paribas
- Pôle d’Excellence Cyber (PEC)
- Région Bretagne
- German-French Academy for the Industry of the Future
- German Chapter of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery)
- Please contact us if you want to become a partner, helping us to diffuse the information about the editions, providing speakers, and participating in the live of this series.
How the Digital Transformation changes our lives
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown each one of us the benefit of information technology. It enables us to work remotely, live remotely, and foremost keep contacts over distance – with the youngest and the oldest, the closest, and even new people.
Our society increasingly relies on information and operation technology. Examples are water supply, energy, heat, and cooling supply, communication, healthcare, the production and processing of goods, transportation, national security, banking, research and education, or food production.
Common to all these domains is that they make heavy use of distributed networked computer systems. Such systems can be attacked in many ways. This is not only a problem for computer nerds anymore as computer systems are critical for each one of us. The effects of so-called cyber attacks range from power-outages to collapsing the healthcare or banking sectors.
New dangers in the digital world
The linkage of computers to so many of our daily life processes brings many advantages as it enables new, and more efficient services. At the same time, it brings risks. Digital Systems attract new kinds of attackers. The connectivity even allows remote attacks from the other side of the planet. Automated attacks gain importance.
Cybersecurity affects many areas of our lives. It uses diverse techniques. Preventing attacks against our infrastructures requires adequate security mechanisms to be put in place. Cybersecurity specialists work on making systems secure-by-design, on continuously monitoring them, and on defending them against attackers. But cybersecurity is not only for experts. We all need cybersecurity, and providing adequate cybersecurity requires support from each of us, as security starts with the people using a system.
Securing the cyber requires support by everyone. Many attacks start with someone clicking on a mail attachment that installs a malware that starts infiltrating the local network and all connected systems. Preventing attacks starts with getting some understanding of cybersecurity. This is where the Cyber CNI speaker series comes into place. Join us for the next talk!
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Every last Wednesday of the month at 5pm CET. Find all past and future editions listed here.
You are interested in speaking?
Great! We are always looking for interesting speakers that help spreading the word and raising awareness for cybersecurity. Please contact us at speakerseries at cybercni.fr. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
- [TALK31] Enabling Machine-to-Machine Crypto Economy – Kemal Akkaya (FIU, USA) - May 8, 2023
- [TALK28] Immersive crisis management, risk management and decision support – Frédérick Benaben (IMT Mines Albi, Georgia Institute of Technology) - January 26, 2023
- [TALK27] A Semantic Investigation System – François Khourbiga (Defants, FR) - January 17, 2023