As our manufacturing environment is increasingly dependent on digital systems, cybersecurity has become the concern of all. The reason is not only related to the major challenges of protecting the Internet. Vehicle control systems, building management systems, smart city infrastructure, industrial systems and medical devices all play a role in cyberspace and their safety and security are of high priority. In this context, CyruS, the Lab-STICC transverse program dealing with cybersecurity, conducts research on the nature of the cyber environment and on the protection of the human experience in this space. CyruS focuses on the design of innovative cybersecurity solutions for governments and industry, for individuals and communities at the regional, national and international levels.
The transverse program CyruS started at the end of 2014 and is leaded by Dr Nora Cuppens, a research director at IMT Atlantique Bretagne Pays de Loire of Institut Mines Telecom.
To solve complex Cyber Security problems, CyruS brings together the cybersecurity expertise of the three Lab-STICC departments (MOM, CACS and CID), Ranging from hardware cybersecurity, radio isolation and electromagnetic mask shielding, to information retrieval, decision making and visualization / HMI for cybersecurity needs, and including cybersecurity policy modeling and deployment, intrusion detection and weak signals as well as responses to attacks and maintenance in safety conditions.