démocratisation du télétravail

6 advantages of the democratization of telework

Still very limited a few years ago, telework has taken a drastic yet salutary step forward for the large number of organizations that have used it: in many cases, it was the only way to maintain the economic activity without putting employees at risk of health hazards. This forced democratization of telework has proved to be beneficial in this period of health crisis, but it will also be beneficial in the future and in a much broader context than just… Read More >>

Covid-19 : les grands oubliés du télétravail

Covid-19: the forgotten side of teleworking

A few days ago, a survey conducted by Odoxa-Adviso Partners estimated that there are 5.1 million people teleworking in France during this period of covid-19 health crisis. This means that 3.3 million employees have the possibility to work remotely, in addition to the 1.8 million who already occasionally had this possibility before. This flexibility is excellent news for our economy because it allows us to maintain part of the nation’s productive force, and also to save a few billion in… Read More >>

atawad

ATAWAD: What about security?

The term ATAWAD, which stands for “Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device”, refers to a fundamental trend made possible by the hyper-connectivity and interoperability of devices used by everyone. However, this expression omits an essential aspect, which in this case involves hyper-connectivity and interoperability: security. ATAWAD: What is it? ATAWAD is the fact of having access to your applications regardless of the device used, anywhere and anytime. For example, if you watch a program on a VOD platform such as Netflix at… Read More >>

travail à domicile

Working from home : Cybersecurity tips to follow

The latest transport strikes and the isolation of millions of employees to slow the spread of Covid-19 have been the vectors for massive teleworking in 2019 and 2020. The wide use of telework is not without risks for organizations’ information systems. Companies and organizations have less control over the networks, equipment and actions of their employees and, at the same time, must cope with an increase of cyber attacks from entities hoping to take advantage of this situation. Telework :… Read More >>

Workplace Experience

Workplace Experience, a challenge for companies in 2020?

The Workplace Experience corresponds to all the experiences of an employee within an organization. These experiences will be decisive for his professional development, his ability to create value by aggregating skills and knowledge through a maximized collaboration, and ultimately to participate to the achievement of the organization’s objectives. Keys to a successful Workplace Experience The availability of a unique work environment, regardless of the access device, regardless of whether the user is at the company’s premises or on the move,… Read More >>

Authentification continue

Continuous Authentication : When Behavioral Analysis Guarantees Your Identity

Many authentication methods exist nowadays. The most well-known of them is by using the login/password pair. For a better secured access to the information system, many organizations have implemented a multi-factor authentication (MFA), especially for IS administrators. But once authenticated, what guarantees that it is the same person behind the screen, mouse or keyboard? Continuous authentication : what is it ? Continuous authentication is a permanent authentication based on the user’s behavior on the workstation. Via the Machine Learning, a… Read More >>

ZTNA

ZTNA : A look back to the Zero Trust concept

In its Market Guide for Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Gartner estimates that by 2022, 80% of new business applications open to a partner ecosystem will be accessible via a ZTNA solution. According to Gartner, by 2023, 60% of companies will have replaced their remote VPN access with the ZTNA remote access. Zero Trust is therefore emerging as one of the key issues for CIOs and CISOs in the coming years. ZTNA / Zero Trust : what are the origins… Read More >>

La pierre de Rosette de la gestion et la gouvernance des identités (IGA)

The Rosetta Stone of Identity Management and Governance

Identity and Governance Administration (IGA) is commonly defined as a centralized orchestration, through the application of security policies, identity management and user access control to an information system. This is the foundation of IT security and regulatory compliance for companies. In other words, it consists in setting up a formal framework to ensure that the right people have access to the right information, at the right moment and for the time strictly necessary to accomplish their missions. It seems simple… Read More >>

Identité et sécurité Security

Identity and security

Security is a global issue. The security approach has not changed much since Roman times. The idea behind defense-in-depth is to create concentric security circles around the sensitive assets to be protected. Each circle being designed to slow and potentially weaken the enemy’s attack until it is repelled or at the very least detected. We all know the structures of castles, moats, drawbridges and dungeons. Today, the defenses of equivalent modern information systems are called physical security, firewalls, authentication and… Read More >>

The human face of the workplace

The human face of the workplace

A world without users? “Automation”, “DevOps”, “Robotic Process Automation” (RPA), bots, chatbots and other robots, “artificial intelligence” (AI), … According to some people, users will disappear from the scene: the omnipresence of computing, called “digital”, will eventually replace them, do everything for them, and even do more and better than they do. Clearly, as the French song goes, “we are very little things, …”. Will dematerialization go so far as to dematerialize the user? Is there anyone still behind the… Read More >>