Interview with General (2S) Marc WATIN-AUGOUARD
Cybersecurity goes hand in hand with cooperation, as per your approach: “no solution without public-private sector cooperation!” How do we plan for this collaboration? Can you illustrate this with a few examples?
There is no fixed template. First and foremost, cooperation must meed a need, whether it is leading an R&D mission, setting up common training, or contributing to policy that supports small and medium-sized businesses at regional and local levels. Sharing experiences and know-how is the key to success. Anyone can bring something to the table from their core business.
Read the rest of the interview here:
- Tracing, not Tracking (by Army General (2S) Watin-Augouard, Founder of the FIC) Legal Issues
- The “right to be forgotten”, a relative right (by Army General (2S) Watin-Augouard, Founder of the FIC) Legal Issues
- Why cybersecurity is a human rights issue, and it is time to start treating it like one (by Deborah Brown & Anriette Esterhuysen, Association for progressive communications) Legal Issues
- EncroChat: Deciphering of the End-to-End Encryption Service Used by Criminals Cybercrime
- Preserving Digital Footprints and Cyber Resilience: Training the Swiss Police (by Sébastien JAQUIER, Deputy Head of ILCE) Cybercrime
- Ransomware in Six Questions (by the Ministerial Delegation to the Security Industries and the Fight Against Cyberthreats, French Ministry of the Interior) Cybercrime