IMT Nord Europe attended InCyber Forum 2024!

IMT Nord Europe attended InCyber Forum 2024!

We were present at two stands at the latest InCyber Forum.

The InCyber Forum, formerly known as FIC (Forum International de la Cybersécurité), was held on March 26, 27 and 28, 2024 at Lille Grand Palais. The theme of this 16th edition was “Ready for AI? Reinventing cybersecurity in the age of AI.”

The school was represented in two areas at the event, at the IMT Nord Europe stand in the Hauts-de-France pavilion and at the Institut Mines-Télécom stand in the Research Village.

Several masterclasses were taught at the Research Village, including one by Hakima Chaouchi, Professor at Institut Mines-Télécom on “The Rise of Internet of Things and its Impact on Cybersecurity

Two of our professors from the Center for Education, Research and Innovation – Digital Systems also presented their masterclass on “Using machine learning for intrusion detection in IoT-5G networks: A SIP case study”: Patrick Sondi and Ahmed Meddahi

Our teams were able to engage in discussions with participants and visitors about our cybersecurity expertise, equipment and platforms, as well as opportunities for research partnerships. We were also able to promote our Advanced Master’s in Cybersecurity Engineering.

About the InCyber Forum

In its 16 years of existence, the European FIC – Forum International de la Cybersécurité and now InCyber Forum – has become the largest cybersecurity and digital trust event on the continent, with 20,000 participants, 650 partners, 530 speakers and 82 countries represented in 2023.

Thanks to the support from authorities in Quebec, Canada, Texas and France, this event crosses the Atlantic, alternating between Europe and the American continent.

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