Unlike the reflections on cybersecurity decorrelated from the field that your author courageously writes in full view of all, putting it into practice is always trickier. In a field where many people pride themselves
Seeing James Bond – Skyfall again allowed me to savor a film, which skilfully mocks Holywoodian clichés. One scene in particular is rich in teaching: Daniel Craig – archetype of the alpha male –
Hardly a day goes by without another cyberattack hitting the headlines with alarming messages and sensational numbers. Far from an ethical vision to democratize information, cybercriminals target both individuals and large multinationals. In France,
In the first part, I mentioned the impact that electronic mass surveillance could have on individuals. Even if little is known about it, solutions exist to reduce personal exposure to services that profile our
If electronic surveillance seems to become the norm in our modern societies, it is above all because information is an individual’s primary wealth. Its administrative data allows to define his identity, his patrimony and
In the summer of 2013, Edward Snowden’s revelations brought to light the existence of electronic mass surveillance in the United States. Beyond the American example, it was the whole of the democracies erected as
Few areas today carry as much mystery and fantasy as cybersecurity. Popularized by works such as Matrix or more recently Mr. Robot, computer security feeds a collective imagination in search of re-enchantment of reality.