Project HISEC

Cybersecurity for the networks of the future

Preview

Supplying the right methods and tools to secure the networks of the future and providing security services to the applications that use them while respecting such applications’ usage constraints.

  • Hervé Debar, IMT
  • Manuel Barragan, CNRS
  • Isabelle Christment, Inria
  • Alexis Olivereau, CEA

Networks need to integrate openness and have great economic value and are therefore prime targets for attacks. The HiSec project develops new methods and tools to secure the networks of the future. More specifically its work covers 5 major objectives. The first objective is to protect networks by specifying and rolling out end-to-end security policies. The second objective is to detect and manage attacks in these complex environments. The third objective is to protect lawful intercepted personal data. The fourth objective is to model how the security mechanisms of these networks operate to ensure that the security services provided correspond to the actual requirements of the applications concerned. The fifth objective is to formalise the link between the hardware/software layers and security properties to make sure cyber mechanisms are integrated into all the layers of the network.

Fields of application

All the fields of application targeted by the Networks of the Future PEPR.

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