Heure: 10h30

ID de réunion : 698 5758 0967
Code secret : 839680
Résumé: The last decade has shown that pervasive computing is the future of critical infrastructure including transportation systems, energy production, and health services. However, cybersecurity evolution has not been keeping up with the fast-paced development in computing and communication technologies. Emerging networked systems have introduced an uncharted territory of security vulnerabilities and a wider attack surface, mainly due to network openness and the deeply integrated physical and cyber spaces. The risk of an adversary turning off streetlights, shutting down water treatment plants, or even taking over military infrastructure has never been more real. Continuing to adopt conventional approaches to cybersecurity and hoping for the best is mere wishful thinking. These approaches might be effective in stopping run-of-the-mill automated probes and small-scale attacks, but remain useless against the growing number of targeted, persistent, and often AI-enabled attacks on critical systems. How can these threats be prevented without full knowledge of their root vulnerabilities? How can we trigger a desperately needed revolutionary design of anomaly detection systems to cope with resource limitation at the network edge? How can we build security-sensitive pervasive systems with intrinsic tolerance to attacks to achieve seamless recovery? This research seminar will guide you through some potential answers to these troubling but optimistic questions and overview recent progress in the design of intelligence-driven security and resilience solutions for large-scale networked systems, with special focus on emerging Cyber-Physical Systems and the Internet of Things.