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25-07-2018

Privacy Shield: MEPs call for agreement with the USA to be suspended

The Privacy Shield continues to cause a stir. The agreement was intended to allow American companies deemed to have a…

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06-07-2018

ANSSI Security Visa: a security guarantee for customers and a competitive advantage for providers

On June 21, 2018, the French National Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI) issued Security Visas for the first time to providers of cybersecurity solutions. This new certification is intended to make it easier to identify the most reliable tools available on the market. “With the ANSSI Security Visa, the National Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI) has embarked on a drive to highlight the value…

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20-06-2018

China and the digital revolution: how do you access a market with such huge potential?

China is an extremely dynamic market – the second most powerful in the world, in fact. The country is highly attractive to companies the world over. But before you try to tackle this market, it’s vital to understand the specific challenges, conventions, and regulations faced when it comes to doing business in China. For many businesses, the Chinese market is…

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18-12-2017

Security and the GDPR: how high will your IT costs be in 2018?

At the start of 2017, analysis firm Gartner predicted that IT costs would rise by 2.4% across the world this year. According to a study by Morgan Stanley, major organizations would be focusing their budget mainly on the cloud, security, analytical tools, and network hardware. Now that 2018 is around the corner, what are your predictions for the next 12…

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03-10-2017

Brexit: the UK pushes for free flow of data with the EU

In June 2016, the British people voted in a referendum to leave the European Union, meaning the future of UK-EU relations is at play at this point in time. Three priorities have been set out for the negotiations: the financial settlement of the divorce, the rights of EU citizens living in the United Kingdom, and the border between Northern Ireland…

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23-05-2017

Global cyberattack: WannaCry ransomware strikes 200,000 computers around the world

A global attack. On an unprecedented scale. 200,000 victims. 150 countries hit. Paralyzing countless businesses and organizations. The WannaCry ransomware has been hitting headlines around the world since May 12, 2017. The cyberattack highlighted just how vulnerable IT systems are, and is a prime opportunity to remind ourselves of just how important it is to back up and protect our…

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03-05-2017

Is the EU moving toward a true Digital Single Market?

Can we really say there is a Digital Single Market in Europe today? According to the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) for 2017, the European Union is making good progress in this field. But we are far from achieving uniformity between one Member State and another. Let’s take a look at how individuals and businesses are coping. For several…

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17-10-2016

WhatsApp, Skype, Facebook… could we soon see new European legislation for businesses collecting personal data?

Protecting personal data is a hot topic for discussion within the European Union. The explosion in popularity of messaging applications such as WhatsApp has only increased users’ fears about what these service operators do with the data collected. At the end of September, the European Commissioner for Competition announced that she would now “keep a close eye” on businesses collecting…

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