Date(s) - 14/12/2021
18:30 - 20:30
“RFID and IoT Security — where are we now?”
RFID and IoT are part of our daily lives: there are already more than 20 billion connected objects around the world, and each user has an average of 5 RFID tags. However, these technologies are often at the origin of cyber attacks. The main reason for this is, that the means of attacking have developed considerably in recent years, notably with the increased availability and accessibility of software-defined radios (SDRs). These components allow non-experts to manipulate the radio channels, for listening, capturing, and replaying transmissions, etc.
This talk will familiarise the audience with RFID and IoT applications and standards, then describe the motivations of attackers and their means of action, before showing vulnerabilities or even attacks published on RFID and IoT systems.
About the Speaker:
Julien Francq is a Hardware Security, Cryptography and Data Science Expert at Naval Group, Naval Cyber Laboratory. His main research interests include hardware security, the security and the efficiency of (hardware/software) implementations of cryptography against (mathematical/physical) attacks, and Data Science/Machine Learning techniques for cybersecurity. Before joining Naval Group, he was working at Airbus Cybersecurity for almost a decade.
Julien Francq received his engineering degree from PolyTech’Montpellier in 2006, and his PhD in computer science from Montpellier University in 2009
Find Julien Francq on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julien-francq-data-security/
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