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WhatsApp, Skype, Signal, Telegram, Messenger, Google Meet… These are some of the major consumer messaging applications, unfortunately also used by organizations. These messaging applications are used among internal collaboration tools and are largely beyond the control of IT. Their features and availability free of charge facilitate internal and external communication flows for employees. The major…

What is the impact of the GDPR on smartphone security?


Publié par Raphaël Basset - 24 May 2019

Since May 25, 2018, the implementation of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has changed the way personal data is collected, organized, managed and protected by all organizations. Using smartphones, employees are able to access their company’s customer or prospect database. Data that is tightly regulated by the GDPR. Compliance with the new European regulation…

ANSSI, France’s National Cybersecurity Agency reporting to the Secretariat-General for National Defense and Security (SGDSN), is a key player in France’s cybersecurity landscape. Its main mission is to secure government information systems, but it is also responsible for providing advice, and supporting administrations and businesses. As such, its recommendations and certifications are particularly valuable for…

Downloading mobile apps: what are the risks for my business?


Publié par Raphaël Basset - 21 March 2019

If smartphones have become such an indispensable tool for individuals and professionals, it is particularly due to the mobile applications that support our daily activities. However, an innocent action such as downloading and using an application on a smartphone doesn’t come without risks. While the vast majority of applications pose no threat to an organization…

92% The percentage of organizations attacked at least one time per year according to the 3rd edition of the annual CESIN survey (CESIN – Digital and Information Security Expert Club). In other words, virtually everyone. To make things worse, 50% of organizations have noticed an increase in the number of attacks this past year, with…

Your smartphone is not only your first screen, it is also the one that knows you best. It holds your entire digital life, from your banking details and your business emails to your online purchases and photos of your family. Securing all this data on your own is far from easy. In a professional environment,…

How to raise employee awareness and reduce digital risks


Publié par Raphaël Basset - 4 January 2019

Viruses, ransomware, mobile malware, phishing… Cyber-attacks are permanent and organizations are under constant threats from attackers. To face these, IT departments require appropriate resources, expertise and tools. But not only. Employees are the weak link in all organizations due to the vast majority of cyber threats targeting them. Whether a CEO, sales executive, receptionist or…

All employees in an organization use applications. Whether on a local computer, a server on site or in the cloud, as a service, on a mobile or tablet… Applications are important, and for good reason, as they allow us to work more efficiently. But applications are synonym of threats. The software you use every day…

Are the smartphones of your organization secure?


Publié par Raphaël Basset - 3 December 2018

Our smartphones are essential to our professional lives and contain a growing amount of information. We store customer contact details, emails, private communications, instant messages, and even financial and strategic information. In case of loss, theft or breach of a smartphone, the whole organization can be impacted. Especially if it is operating in a highly…

Wifi: are you really well protected?


Publié par Raphaël Basset - 3 December 2018

Connectivity and mobility are the two words that characterize the work of professionals today. For most managers and executives, it is impossible to work without Wifi. However, while digital transformation has profoundly changed the flow of communications and internal processes for organizations, it has also opened the door to new threats. Cyber threats are taken…