RESEARCH AND TEACHING STAFF
Over fifty research staff specialising in cybersecurity
The Cyber CNI Chair’s research and teaching staff includes a body of scientists whose work has achieved national and international recognition. They are all experts in cybersecurity and cyberdefence issues and are attached to Thematic Network N°5 (RT5) of the Institut Mines-Télécom, specialising in system and digital service security.
The Institut Mines-Télécom is currently France’s n°1 group of Graduate Engineering and Management Schools. It is also unique in working on the development of the full range of ICT system security techniques, via its Thematic Network N°5. This covers not only systems and architectures, but also security policies and risk management. In addition, it addresses all the legal, economic and social issues related to cybersecurity, developing comprehensive security solutions tailored to suit each business or organisation according to their specific needs and challenges. It focuses in particular on research areas such as encryption, quantum data, communication infrastructures, mobility and security, the Internet of Things, embedded systems, cloud computing and social networks. Some members of the RT5 network also regularly contribute to the Cyber CNI Chair.
The CNI Cyber Chair also has well-established local and regional connections with Brittany through the close links and dynamics of its relationship with the Cyber Excellence Cluster and with many other regional academic, industrial and defence sector partners in the region.