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Gwendoline LEGROS

The French Council of State, in a decision of 27 March 2020, followed the European Court of Justice’s decision of September 2019 by ruling in favour of Google against the CNIL. The right to dereferencing –or “right to be forgotten”– is one of the consequences of the CJEU ruling of 13 May 2014, Google Spain and Google (C-131/12).  Though it did…

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(by Guillaume Tissier, President of CEIS) The major health crisis that humanity is currently facing illustrates the imperative need to strengthen cooperation at all levels. In an interdependent world, as in a chain, the security level of the whole corresponds to that of the weakest link. When facing systemic risks – whether related to health or…

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(by Gilles Favier) Introduction 2020 – X.0 security has not solved the password issue. The “LCR Policy” (for minimum Length, Complexity, and Regular Renewal), intuitive though it may be, persists despite findings that challenge it. Have we measured its effectiveness? Given the findings, what are the solutions? And most importantly, what are the behavioural factors…

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By Sébastien JAQUIER, Deputy Head, Institute for the Fight Against Economic Crime (ILCE), Arc Business School (HEG Arc), University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland (HES-SO), during the INTERNATIONAL CYBERSECURITY FORUM (FIC), 28-30 January 2020 — LILLE, FRANCE.   A revolution with results that are difficult to predict Digitisation is not a fad phenomenon. What some once tended…

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(by Guillaume Tissier, President of CEIS) As a place for exchange, reflection, innovation and business, the FIC makes it possible to capture some of the cyberspace trends in terms of threats, technologies, governance and strategies. Some already are strong signals that have already been confirmed. Others, on the other hand, are still emerging and may…

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