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Digital Transformation

(by Alix DESFORGES, GEODE) Cybersecurity has been largely excluded from technical training programmes in higher education. For several years now, the ANSSI, the Ministry of the Armed Forces and other cybersecurity stakeholders in France (industrialists, professional associations) have been warning of the blind spot that cybersecurity represents in technical training courses. This situation raises two main…

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(by Deveryware) Data has become the black gold of the 21st century. There is a broad consensus on its new importance induced by the boom in digital technologies and connected objects, the number of which should be reach 1,000 billion by 2025, according to McKinsey Global Institute. The challenges brought about are summarized as the…

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( by Guillaume Tissier, President of CEIS) The current health crisis offers a striking discrepancy between the eminently material nature of its causes and consequences and the spectacular explosion of digital uses that it has brought about. With nearly 300,000 deaths worldwide, closed borders, world trade in free fall, industries at a standstill, and States forced…

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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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Digital technologies have invaded our professional and personal spaces, ultimately changing the way we work, interact and perceive reality. In recent years there have been significant technological developments in the field of cybersecurity; accordingly, these places should, in theory, be getting more and more secure. Yet, quite contrary to expectations, ‘attacks in the cyberspace have…

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