The next breakfast of the FIC Observatory will be on “Cybersecurity connected objects: the example of smart meter Linky”. It will take place Wednesday, November 26, 2014 from 8:30 to 10:00.
After its breakfast on March 26 mainly dedicated to the safety of connected objects and the overwhelming success of the latter, the FIC Observatory decided to continue its operational analysis of the subject by devoting its next edition to the ERDF smart meter Linky.
This smart meter that the government announced the generalization of, with the installation of three million meters by 2016 and the replacement of 35 million electricity meters installed now in France, 2020, marks the tangible input of the object connected to our daily lives.
We will be pleased to welcome Bernard Lassus, director of the program at ERDF Linky and Ayhan YILDIZ, head of the Linky system. They will come exchange the answers on particular responses given by ERDF on issues relating to cybersecurity counter Linky.
- EncroChat: Deciphering of the End-to-End Encryption Service Used by Criminals Cybercrime
- Preserving Digital Footprints and Cyber Resilience: Training the Swiss Police Cybercrime
- Ransomware in Six Questions (by the Ministerial Delegation to the Security Industries and the Fight Against Cyberthreats, French Ministry of the Interior) Cybercrime