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Cyber risks management

2018/12/03Overall Security of Critical Health Systems: Unite to Protect — The European SAFECARE Project (by Philippe Tourron)

The SAFECARE project (a project of the Horizon 2020 programme funded by the European Union) aims to unite partners that represent a broad spectrum of elements of physical and digital health systems in order to propose an innovative approach and system to respond to a need for “heightened vigilance,” ultimately decreasing reaction time and aiding in decision-making during crisis management.

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2018/10/29Voting Machine : Challenges and opportunities in the DRC (by Chrysostome NKOUMBI-SAMBA, MBA MSDN)

3 November 2000: adoption of the Bamako Declaration[i], Section B of which emphasises the holding of free, reliable and transparent elections in the Francophone world. 13-14 October 2012: opening of the 14th Francophonie Summit in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The Heads of State and Government of the International Organisation of La Francophonie (OIF) converged…

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2018/06/28Artificial Intelligence: A “Game Changer” for Cyber Defence (by Guillaume Tissier, CEIS)

  Humans are unable to single-handedly deal with cyber attacks. This is the view shared by cybersecurity professionals. There are several reasons to this: the volume of attacks, their constant mutations, the speed of reaction they require, and the lack of expertise on the market. Artificial intelligence (AI), already widely used in fraud prevention, increasingly…

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2018/03/21Sporting Events and New Technologies: Opportunities and Threats (By Vincent Riou, CEIS)

At the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, as at so many sporting events, hackers competed in their own way. They even invited themselves to the opening ceremony and managed to strike before the Games began. A malware program dubbed Olympic Destroyer simultaneously hit the networks for, ski resorts and servers belonging to Atos, the IT…

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2018/03/21Cyberprotection of Industrial Control Systems: a Model-Based Approach to Detect and Respond to Cyberattacks

By Franck SICARD, Éric ZAMAÏ and Jean-Marie FLAUS Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, G-SCOP, F-38000 Grenoble, France Industrial Control Systems (ICSs) are present in many areas to ensure the productivity and reliability of production systems. However, as security requirements were not taken into account in their design, these systems are extremely vulnerable to cyberattacks….

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