A CHAIR DEDICATED TO TRUST IN SYSTEMS
TRUST IN SYSTEMS AT THE HEART OF RESEARCH
A trust system must be robust and resilient in order to ensure the proper performance of its intended functions. It must guarantee the authenticity, integrity and reputation of its components. Finally, it must ensure the confidentiality of the information it handles and control access to it.
The priority of the research work that will be carried out within the framework of this Chair is to respond to this problem of trust in systems, both in terms of the integration of the various hardware and software components and levels and the various attributes associated with them.
A CHAIR WITH STRONG INDUSTRIAL AND EDUCATIONAL STAKES
Having privileged access to the research work and results of the Trust Chair, accelerating the implementation of industrial change, and having the opportunity to share and exchange with many experts are the reasons why major industrial companies have chosen the Trust Chair.
By strengthening its training courses, adapting the practical training and projects developed by the students, the Chair will enable Grenoble INP – Esisar to better meet the skill needs of companies in the field of safety and security, but also to facilitate the dissemination of techniques.
A modification of the programs will also be carried out with a view to obtaining accreditation, in particular from theFrench National Agency for Information Systems Security (ANSSI), in order to guarantee the partners a response that is adapted to current requirements in terms of security training. The accreditation of Esisar's engineering courses will reinforce the readability of the training towards the industrial world.
The Chair's mission is to develop upstream research in areas related to the needs expressed by industrial partners but also those of civil society that would be identified as emerging and very important.
It also aims to implement teaching actions derived from the good practices of the partners as well as from the results of its research activity.
The founding partners of the Chair
Research and training areas
Security in objects, systems, applications and associated services (identification, authentication, authorization, integrity and confidentiality...)
Dependability and resilience of embedded systems and multi-agent systems