Held on the premises of the Paris Descartes University on Wednesday 3 July 2019, the ninth edition of the Afnic Scientific Council Open Day had as its theme “Digital protection: are we really prepared?” It was attended by 205 people, in person and online.
The session enabled participants to discover the research projects and ongoing projects around this technical and societal issue and to address current and future challenges in terms of digital protection through three distinct topics: Post-Quantum, developments in the DNS infrastructures, and digital inclusion.
View the various presentations from the #JCSA19 open day with their media
The stakes of post-quantum, standardisation and integrationBy Ludovic Perret Associate Professor, Sorbonne University, CNRS, INRIA, Paris 6 Computer Science Laboratory, LIP6, POLSYS Team. Video – Presentation
NIST standardisation processes and latest developments, in particular code-based cryptographyBy Magali Bardet Senior Lecturer. LITIS Laboratory Head of the ISS Master’s Degree course at the Science and Technology Training and Research Unit (UFR) in Rouen. Video – Presentation
For an orderly transition to post-quantum cryptography: ANSSI recommendationsBy Henri Gilbert Head of the cryptography team at the French National Agency for the Security of Information Systems (ANSSI) Vidéo
Afnic Scientific Council Seminar
Presentation of the Afnic Scientific CouncilBy Laurent Toutain Senior Lecturer, IMT Atlantique and Chairman of the Afnic Scientific Council Video
The DNS protocol and developments in the infrastructures of the DNS-SD service
DNS-SD: general presentation and use casesBy Antoine Bernard, Research Engineer Telecom SudParis, PhD student at Afnic. Video – Presentation
DNS over HTTPS (DoH), general presentation and issues around adoptionBy Stéphane Bortzmeyer R&D Engineer, Afnic Video – Presentation
Annales des Mines Round Table
Inclusion, protection, regulation: thoughts on digital technologymoderated by Alexandre Tisserant CEO of Kinéis (CLS Group) and coordinator of the June 2019 issue of Enjeux Numériques: “Digital technology and life in society”.
• Annie Blandin, Professor at IMT Atlantique, Member of the National Digital Council
• Lionel Maurel, CNRS InSHS Scientific Assistant Director
• Côme Berbain, DChief Technical Officer of the French State, DINSIC