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Through « Regtech » solutions, GDPR will be the future technical and operational standard for personal data processing (Pierre-Olivier Grenouiller, Legal IT Factory)

Today, the European General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation 2016/679/EU, also known as GDPR), which will come into effect on 25 May 2018, is an important concern for business leaders and compliance professionals. This European regulation is going to turn the field of personal data protection upside down next year. In the...

Who dares to use NSA’s exploits in their ransomwares?

It was bound to happen:  NSA exploits published by the Shadowbrokers group on April 14th 2017 were finally used to launch a massive cyberattack. Its final cost is still to be determined but it is expected to be substantial. The timing of the attack is quite surprising. Given that...

Fighting Cybercrime in Morocco: Achievements and Some Challenges {By Prof. Youssef Bentaleb, Moroccan Centre for Polytechnic Research and Innovation}

Cybercrime, the phenomenon that does not believe in geographical boundaries, threatens every country in the world. Today it poses a major threat to the stability of all states, as it feeds on the fruits of the exponential evolution of information and communications technology, such as the Internet. The Internet...

Mifare Smart Card Security {By Kevin Larson}

Smart cards and the use of near-field communications (NFC) is an increasingly popular tool for many things from wireless payment solutions to entry access and identification.  One of the main players in this industry, NXP, designed the MIFARE Classic many years ago, and to date 260 Million readers and...
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