event on Digital security
and trust issues
Cyberattack hit identity and access management company in September 2023.
Companies must get to grips with RegTech, LegalTech and SupTech. The aim? To use digital tools to optimize their compliance and mitigate the risks related to their activities.
Imposing a binding set of global regulations is unrealistic, since it would require states to give up their legal autonomy. However, the positive influences of the GDPR are spreading, inspiring similar laws in other countries and driving a harmonization of global data protection regulations.
Welcome to another episode of InCyber Décrypte, where we look at the challenges of cybercrime in France, exploring its facets, victims, and economic consequences. Who are the targets, on what scale, what risks do they run and how can they protect themselves?
The current use of generative AI in the business intelligence sector raises a number of fears. These may be overcome by educating professionals.
Latest version of EUCS, future European certification scheme for cloud services, specifically reduces requirements for “impermeability” to extraterritoriality of foreign legislation.
IT group half-heartedly confirms information leaked in press.
Europol and Eurojust coordinate apprehension of five new suspects in Ukraine, adding to 13 arrests in 2021.
Fifty-eight percent of French employees who use generative AI for work do so without employer authorization.
Ministries, state secretaries and cabinets prohibited from using WhatsApp, Signal and Telegram.