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Digital Transformation

2016/05/02New uses at the heart of the FIC 2017

With the development of new uses, cybersecurity is no longer optional. The growing interconnectedness of cyberspace, the physical world and living beings multiplies the risks — and not just when it comes to IT. Material and human damages are no longer theoretical risks: operational safety is at stake.   At a time of digital transformation, security…

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2016/01/19Voting by Internet : secure and verifiable [by Thierry Flajoliet, CEO of Election-Europe]

Europe, while experiencing an unprecedented economic crisis, must simultaneously face a crisis of confidence on the part of our fellow citizens in their politicians. This loss of confidence may have disastrous direct effects, weakening our democracies. In major national elections, the disillusion and disenchantment of a large proportion of our fellow citizens are distancing them…

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2016/01/13The Frogans technology makes the publication of data on the Internet secure [by Julie Laurent-Ledoux]

What is the Frogans technology? The Frogans technology, secure and simple, enables the publishing of Frogans sites. A Frogans site is a set of Frogans pages, hyperlinked to each other, available online on the Internet or in an intranet, at a Frogans address [1]. The Frogans technology is a new comprehensive and global publishing system…

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2015/07/02Towards the CERI – Cyber-security European Research Institute [by CERI]

Cyber security – one of the big, urgent issues of society, science, and economy Today, the well-being of all citizens, the industrial competitiveness and the sovereignty of nations are strongly influenced by the correct functioning of increasingly complex and interconnected IT systems. The reliable security and privacy-friendliness of these systems must therefore be backed up…

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2015/07/02The connected automobile – its infrastructure, vehicles and drivers: a connected future [by Cindy Roth, CEIS]

15 billion ; the number of connected objects around the world at present, this is a number that will be multiplied by five before 2020 according to a report published by the European Audiovisual and Telecommunications Institute in 2013. Automobiles have not been able to avoid this “connected” trend, the subject of the FIC Observatory breakfast:…

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