18 March 2021

GTSEN, the working group on security in the digital economy, chaired by Yves Verhoeven, Head of Strategy Department at ANSSI, has just published two reports aimed at better defining the responsibility of private actors in cyberspace (Paris Call for Trust and Security and Cyberspace), in order to strengthen its stability.

ANSSI becomes a founding member of the Luatix non-profit to support the OpenCTI project

7 January 2021

The French National Agency for the Security of Information Systems (ANSSI) has been actively developping the OpenCTI platform since its beginning, in cooperation with the CERT-EU. This tool is used for integrating, storing, managing and sharing cyber threat intelligence (CTI). Its source code has been publicly released and the project is now managed by the Luatix non-profit organisation, which was created for this purpose. ANSSI officially joins the governing board of Luatix in order to keep supporting the development of the project.

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Third edition of the Franco-German Common Situational Picture

17 December 2020

Information technology (IT) has become an integral part of our modern life. IT enables everyday activities and governments, critical infrastructures and the broader economy are highly dependent on it. Therefore, confidentiality, integrity and availability of IT has become a necessity and precondition for our modern and interconnected world to run smoothly. When the World Health […]

Should Quantum Key Distribution be Used for Secure Communications?

26 May 2020

Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) presents itself as a technology functionally equivalent to common asymmetric key agreement schemes that are used in nearly all secure communication protocols over the Internet or in private networks. The defining characteristic of QKD is its alleged superior secrecy guarantee that would justify its use for high security applications. However, deployment […]

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