Palestra sobre The Future of Network Security: Big Data, Blockchain, 5G and Beyond

O Programa de Pós-graduação em Informática convida para a palestra “The Future of Network Security: Big Data, Blockchain, 5G and Beyond” com o Prof. Guy Pujolle da Universidade de Sorbonne(França).

Dia: 12 de Março de 2018 (segunda-feira)

Local: Auditório do DINF

Horário: 14h00

Resumo da palestra:
This seminar will examine new solutions for securing data networks and the solutions that will be implemented in the short and long term. It will present the solutions based on secure elements, Cloud of security, blockchain, new generation firewall, big data, machine learning, and others. We will look at how to implement them in the four major network architectures for the 2020s that will integrate 5G, slicing, orchestrators and controllers.

*A palestra será em Inglês.

Biografia do Professor:
Guy Pujolle is full Professor in the Computer Science Department at Sorbonne University. Prof. Pujolle received different prizes for his work and publications, particularly Grand Prix of French Academy of Sciences in 2013. He is a member of The Royal Academy of Lund, Sweden, and member of several scientific advisory boards in the world. He was also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of Orange Group. Prof. Pujolle was a pioneer in high-speed networking having led the development of the first Gbps network to be tested in 1980. Among first steps in different technologies, he achieved the first pre-ATM prototype in 1981, first prototype of a networking piloting system using a knowledge plane in 1996, first patents and prototypes on DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) in 2000, first prototype of a Wi-Fi controller in 2000, first patents on network virtualization (migration and opening virtual networks on the fly) in 2008. He has also patents on metamorphic networks, green communications, and security in the Internet of Things. He is an entrepreneur and co-founder of QoSMOS (, Ucopia Communications (, EtherTrust (, and Green Communications (


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