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Biometrics: Caution! Danger ahead for civil liberties!

Biometrics is developing rapidly. But with what legal protections for personal data and therefore civil liberties?  Europe still wavers between the American model, which gives free rein to security and commercial initiatives, and the need to protect civil liberties.  

French version of the article in La Tribune.fr 

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Selective amnesia: the case of eIDAS in France

Regulation 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of July 23rd, 2014 “on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC” (“eIDAS”) is a major building block in the construction of a digital Europe.  Published almost a year ago, it will be directly applicable in France as of July 1st, 2016, which is virtually tomorrow.

Yet astonishingly, the eIDAS Regulation is virtually unknown in France.

Read further on Global Security Mag

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THE DOWNSIDE OF BEING A CONNECTED BUSINESS

The multiple facets of the digital environment provide tremendous opportunities for businesses.  It allows them, by making intelligent use of social networks and web media, to better communicate around their know-how and to become known worldwide, and to improve their performance and intelligence by facilitating their internal and external communication without any barriers in time or space.  With the growth of SaaS cloud offerings, businesses can also benefit from powerful apps at affordable prices, both for their back office and production. But there is a downside to every upside. Read More on GlobalSecurityMag

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Biometrics: Caution! Danger ahead for civil liberties!

Biometrics is developing rapidly. But with what legal protections for personal data and therefore civil liberties?  Europe still wavers between the American model, which gives free rein to security and commercial initiatives, and the need to protect civil liberties.  

French version of the article in La Tribune.fr 

Read more

Selective amnesia: the case of eIDAS in France

Regulation 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of July 23rd, 2014 “on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC” (“eIDAS”) is a major building block in the construction of a digital Europe.  Published almost a year ago, it will be directly applicable in France as of July 1st, 2016, which is virtually tomorrow.

Yet astonishingly, the eIDAS Regulation is virtually unknown in France.

Read further on Global Security Mag

Read more


THE DOWNSIDE OF BEING A CONNECTED BUSINESS

The multiple facets of the digital environment provide tremendous opportunities for businesses.  It allows them, by making intelligent use of social networks and web media, to better communicate around their know-how and to become known worldwide, and to improve their performance and intelligence by facilitating their internal and external communication without any barriers in time or space.  With the growth of SaaS cloud offerings, businesses can also benefit from powerful apps at affordable prices, both for their back office and production. But there is a downside to every upside. Read More on GlobalSecurityMag

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