Category Archives: Paris-Saclay

One more down: RFC8116 on Security Threats to OLSRv2 just out

By | May 29, 2017

The long-in-the-process RFC 8116 finally hit the repositories last Friday. The abstract of this document goes: This document analyzes common security threats to the Optimized Link State Routing Protocol version 2 (OLSRv2) and describes their potential impacts on Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) operations.  It also analyzes which of these security vulnerabilities can be mitigated… Read More »

Point Gamma at Polytechnique: The Hacker Experience?

By | May 13, 2017

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 »

GGIE: Leveraging IPv6 from ‘Glass to Glass’, Glenn Deen, Director, Networking & Distribution Technology, NBCU

By | March 21, 2017

Glenn Deen from NBCU gave a fantastic lecture on “Glass to glass IPv6” just before the lunch break – from idea if transforming a media production chain to IPv6, through prototyping, and to standardization push, from a content provider, Fascinating stuff.  

Polytechnique graduate (X09) and Facebook Research Engineer Martin Raison on “Virtual assistants: from engineering to research”

By | March 20, 2017

Polytechnique graduate (X09) and Facebook Research Engineer Martin Raison kicks off the discussion on “Virtual assistants: from engineering to research” Martin did his Polytechnique 3rd year research internship at Cisco Paris Research and Innovation Lab in Paris, then went on to Stanford, to Facebook, to create a startup, which then was acquired and folded him… Read More »