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14 November 2018

From the 12th to the 14th November the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) annual meeting took place in Paris. On the theme of Internet of Trust, this meeting gathered various attendees from different nationalities and with different backgrounds. It was an opportunity for France to present its commitment and vision for a secured and stable cyberspace. The Agence Nationale de la Sécurité des Systèmes d'Information (ANSSI) shares and develops this vision in its cyberdefense strategy, on both national and international side.

NIS Directive: ANSSI supports the first operators of essential services

9 November 2018

A new step is taken toward the implementation of the NIS Directive with the identification of a first wave of operators of essential services (OES). These new stakeholders provide an essential service whose interruption would have a significant impact on the functioning of the economy or the society. As part of a progressive and qualitative approach, the Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d'information’s (ANSSI) main focus is to assist OES in the implementation of this cybersecurity framework designed to ensure their protection.

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Publications


“End-to-End Active Learning for Computer Security Experts” – AICS workshop

2 February 2018

Labelling a dataset for supervised learning is particularly expensive in computer security as expert knowledge is required for annotation. Some research works rely on active learning to reduce the labelling cost, but they often assimilate annotators to mere oracles providing ground-truth labels. (Pas en italique, ce n’est pas un chapeau. Fait partie de l’abstract.) Most […]

Best current practices for acquiring and using domain names

17 November 2017

Domain names enable the association of a computer resource such as an IP address to a user-friendly readable and easy-to-remember name, such as www.ssi.gouv.fr. Recent news showed that domain name service providers are significant risk vectors. Their compromise can lead to traffic and e-mail interception, denial of service, or even website defacement. The stakes related […]

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