Tanguy Godquin

PhD Student

Topic: Adaptive security of IoT objects by software methods (White box) and combined (hardware and software).

Gartner predicts the amount of connected things will reach 20,4 billion by 2020. Securing all these devices with efficient (both economically and energetically) solutions will be a priority. There are strong security solutions based on a hardware secure elements and also weaker solutions purely software. The objective of this thesis is to establish the security needs of IoT elements and propose adequate solutions using software and combined (software + hardware) solutions.

CIFRE thesis between Greyc and Orange under the direction of:

Fileds of interests:
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Security
  • White-Box Cryptography
ENSICAEN - GREYC
FB-328
6 Bd Maréchal Juin
14000 Caen
P: +33 (0)2 31 53 81 88
tanguy.godquin@ensicaen.fr
Orange Labs Caen
NA-241b
42 rue des Coutures
14000 Caen
P: +33 (0)2 31 15 92 07
tanguy.godquin@orange.com

Education

Master degree in Computer Science

University of Caen Normandy

Focus on computer networks and security (E-SECURE)

2016

Bachelor degree in Computer Sciences

University of Caen Normandy
2014

Publications

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Teaching

University of Caen Normandy

  • Android programming 24h L3

Experience

PhD Student (CIFRE)

GREYC / Orange, Caen

Topic: Adaptive security of IoT objects by software methods (White box) and combined (hardware and software).

November 2017 - Present

R&D Engineer

ENSICAEN-GREYC, Caen

Development of biometric solutions and POCs for the GREYC laboratory's projects and its industrial contracts.

November 2016 - October 2017

R&D Engineer

United Biometrics, Orsay

Development of a multi-biometric solution's modalities working on multiple devices. Focus was made on multiple devices compatibility with the solution.

October 2016

(Internship) Multi-platform biometric development

United Biometrics, Orsay

Development of a behavioral biometric modality working on multiple devices.

March - September 2016

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