[Owasp-france] Breaking into Security for French
benoit.dissert at yajade.com
Wed Jan 7 13:01:58 UTC 2015
ESIEA is managed by Eric Filiol, who is a well known french former guru
in cryptanalysis (in french army).
On 7 January 2015 at 10:54, GIDON Benoit <gidon at intechinfo.fr> wrote:
> You can also take a look at ESIEA and IN'TECH INFO; ESIEA is an
> engineering school and IN'TECH INFO a computer science school (not engineer
> but recognized diploma) both are in five years and allow you to join a
> Specialized degree in security on a 6th year:
> Hope it will help you.
> *De :* owasp-france-bounces at lists.owasp.org <
> owasp-france-bounces at lists.owasp.org> de la part de antoine laureau <
> antoine at laureau.eu>
> *Envoyé :* mercredi 7 janvier 2015 10:36
> *À :* Yves `M'vy` Stadler
> *Cc :* owasp-france at lists.owasp.org
> *Objet :* Re: [Owasp-france] Breaking into Security for French
> Dear Ryan,
> Hope all is good.
> I will add a new Computer Science School created by EPITA Alumnies and
> former EPITECH creators: 42
> Take a look at their website: www.42.fr
> This school is free if you pass the selection.
> Best regards,
> Antoine Laureau
> On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 10:11 AM, Yves `M'vy` Stadler <
> yves.stadler at gmail.com> wrote:
>> There exists academic courses at some univeristy as well. As an
>> example, I followed a programming school (IUT) then proceed with wath
>> is now a Computer Science licence degree and master degree. The second
>> year of the master degree usually is more specialised toward a
>> speciality. Some universities have IT Sec courses (e.g. university of
>> Lorraine) as a choice for these specialities. It usually something
>> along "SSI" (Sécurité des systèmes d'informations) terminology.
>> The ANSSI (
>> site has a good list of them.
>> As far as books are concerned, there are many subject that might be
>> interesting, from cryptography to security norms. Not sure there are
>> some "generalist" books, but I recently started looking into the
>> Ethical Hacker books and they seem interesting so far.
>> Best of luck to him.
>> Best regards
>> On 6 January 2015 at 17:41, Ryan Dewhurst <ryandewhurst at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Bonjour,
>> > I have a young (17) French family member who is interested in a career
>> > security.
>> > If he was English and in the UK I would probably recommend the academic
>> > route due to his age. (I know you don't *need* to have a formal
>> education to
>> > be in security, but this is something I'd recommend because of his age
>> > lack of experience)
>> > A college course in IT to learn the basics of programming/networking and
>> > then an undergraduate university course in an IT related topic, software
>> > development, networking, or maybe even a security specific course. And
>> > move into an intership in a security related role after university.
>> > I think because my experiences are UK based and all the resources that I
>> > know of are in English my advice to him may not be that useful. I'm
>> also not
>> > familiar with the French educational system.
>> > What advice would you give as French security professionals to a 17
>> year old
>> > French boy who was interested in becoming a security professional?
>> > What resources in French would you recommend for him to look at?
>> > podcasts, books, etc
>> > Thanks in advance,
>> > Ryan
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