What Bretagne brings you
Bretagne has a rich, innovative network : major international groups have opened sites here dedicated to cybersecurity, Bretagne PME are recognised internationally and many start-ups are expanding in the region.
At the heart of French cyber defence
The cyber hub of the Ministry of Armed Forces, Bretagne is now a cyber defence reference with the DGA-MI, the Cyber Defence Command (COMCYBER), the Defensive Cyber Warfare Analysis Centre (CALID), the National Information Systems Security Agency (ANSSI) and 3 large military colleges. The ministry supports companies through initiatives like the Cyber Defence Factory that brings civilians and military personnel together to develop innovative cyber defence projects.
Pioneer of maritime cybersecurity
France Cyber Maritime was founded in Brest in 2020 with the support of the General Secretariat of the Sea (SGMer), ANSSI and regional players. This national cybersecurity coordination centre for the maritime world aims to boost the resilience of the sector to cyber risks and promote French excellence in maritime cybersecurity in Europe and internationally.
Excellence hub for telecommunications in France
As a leading digital region and historically the cradle of telecoms in France, Bretagne is a key player in telecommunications, particularly in network infrastructure and equipment, video, IoT and big data analysis.
Bretagne takes part in the Interreg Europe Cyber project and runs the Cybersecurity Smart Regions action to develop synergies between the European cyber valleys. It thus reinforces its strategic position in Europe and gives Bretagne companies a high profile in the European market.
Event : European Cyber week
The European Cyber Week event takes place every year in Rennes. It brings together nearly 90 partners and 4,000 participants representing 26 countries.
Our talents :
Training, research, innovation
- Every year, more than 3,000 students trained in cybersecurity in twenty or so third-level institutions, including ENSIBS, ENSTA Bretagne (port & maritime systems Cybersecurity), the Cyber Security Center and the CyberSchool – Graduate Cyber Security Research School.
- Over 200 researchers specialising in cybersecurity within Irisa, Inria, IETR and Lab-STICC. These research centres encourage partnerships with manufacturers and companies, the transfer of innovation and the creation of start-ups.
- The High security laboratory (LHS) is dedicated to cyber defence research and is sponsored by the Bretagne Region, DGA, INRIA, CentraleSupelec and CNRS.
- As an inter-institutional cybersecurity skills centre, C³ or “C Cube” strengthens training, research and innovation in cybersecurity. It promotes Bretagne know-how and skills in this area to an international audience. It hosts the LHS, CyberSchool, Digital Innovation Hub (DIH) Cyber Sécurité and Pôle Excellence Cyber.
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