event on Digital security
and trust issues
Although essential, the handful of measures included in the French Military Programming Law (LPM), designed to strengthen the capacity of the French National Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI) to detect and anticipate vulnerabilities and attacks on our critical digital networks, have raised a series of technical and legal questions. The private sector insists on the need for debate on these complex issues.
At FIC 2023, the European Commissioner for the Internal Market spoke at a plenary session. He detailed all the measures taken since he took up his role three years ago.
A cyberattack has paralysed your company’s servers. The IT teams have identified the breach and disconnected the affected networks. However, the hackers have already demanded a substantial ransom to return the stolen data and decrypt the servers. Word of the crisis is beginning to spread on social media. But should you communicate with these various audiences?
Social networks, AI, big data: digital technology has upended social structures and undermined what holds them together: trust. How can we redefine it? To answer this question at an FIC plenary session, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Michel Bauwens and Éric Salobir referred to history, philosophy, sociology and their digital expertise.
The next inCyber breakfast will take place in person and by video on June 14, 2023, from 9:00 to 10:30 am, on the theme “Technology to the rescue of the RGPD”
Named “ID Verification for EU Qualified”, compliant with European Union and United Kingdom regulatory requirements, this solution also relies on human approval
US authorities seized the servers of the illegal service, which specializes in checking the validity of stolen bank cards, and placed a 10 million dollars bounty on its founder
A recent ABI Research report addresses likely developments in securing ICS
Google’s TAG takes stock of pro-Russian cyberattacks on Ukrainian territory, particularly against healthcare industry
Headed by the French Ministry of Defense and Singaporean Ministry of Defense, it is part of the SAFARI agreement signed by the two countries in 1997
The European Commission presented regulations detailing the terms of this European “cyber shield”, made up of SOCs
Starting from August 25, 2023, 19 tech giants will have to comply with significant regulatory requirements concerning data, problematic content and advertising