Category Archives: Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity: This Is Not Just Theory – by Jean-Charles Griviaud, Cisco France
Today, Jean-Charles Griviaud from Cisco France is at Ecole Polytechnique, where he is giving a talk about Cybersecurity at Ecole Polytechnique – and, is bringing an industrial perspective to what we have been treating “academically” only, so far. One of his first points was: in the past, Cybersecurity has been a challenge for network engineers –… Read More »
Point Gamma at Polytechnique: The Hacker Experience?
This evening, students at Ecole Polytechnique organize “Point Gamma 2017” – a gigantic party for students and others, with music, entertainment, – and, according to the flyer, something special this year…. I cannot help but wonder if this is related to a class I teach (and, taught, just this Friday) entitled “Cybersecurity – the Hacker… Read More »
Peers-and-Tiers, Random acts of Kindness, and Routing Security at Ecole Polytechnique
In the course INF566 “Internet Protocol Success” at Ecole Polytechnique, and as part as the curriculum in Advanced Communication Networks, I, my colleague Mark Townsley, and again with expert assistance from Jean-Louis Rougier, are teaching “enterprise-grade Internet Routing”. Starting with an understanding of peering and network tiers, of the business relationships that these entail, and of the Internet… Read More »