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Clothilde Nouvian

2019/05/09FIC 2020: Putting Human Beings at the Heart of Cybersecurity

What if users were not only a threat, but rather one of the answers to the challenges posed by cybersecurity? Instead of ‘zero trust’ architectures based on ‘distrust by default’, it would certainly be more effective–and cheaper–to put users in a central position, to turn them into real cybersecurity players within their organisation. However, this…

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2019/05/07An overview of the European Union’s current strategies, policies and concepts on cyber (by Caitríona Heinl, EXEDEC)

The first EU-Singapore Security Think Tank Dialogue was held in Singapore at the end of January at the initiative of the EU Delegation to Singapore in order to promote greater EU-Singapore political and security cooperation [1]. Three policy areas were chosen for discussion, namely maritime security, cybersecurity, and counter-terrorism. While cyber-related questions also cut across maritime…

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2019/05/07Is the Human Resources Department in the Blind Spot of Cybersecurity? (by Jean-Christophe Le Toquin, Secretary to the FIC Advisory Board)

From FIC 2019[i] to PWC[ii] and Kaspersky[iii] —to mention only the most recent sources— it is now widely acknowledged that the techno-centric approach to cybersecurity has had its day. According to Deloitte[iv], 63% of security incidents within a company are linked to a malicious action or to an error made by an employee. It is therefore…

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