Entrepreneur and IT enthusiast, he has been dealing with new technologies and innovation for over 20 years. Field experience alongside the largest companies in the IT and Industrial sector - such as Siemens, GE, or Honeywell - he has worked for years between Europe and Africa, today focusing his energies in the field of Certification and Data Traceability. , with the Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence. At the head of the Lirax project, he is now involved in supporting companies and public administration in the digital transition, in a certain way. Particular attention is paid to the traceability and certification of educational and professional skills, as well as the identification of the person, in compliance with European and international directives. Thanks to his activities carried out in Africa, in the governmental sphere, and subsequently as a consultant for the United Nations and the International Civil Protection, he is carrying out further large-scale projects, in the field of research and development together with international experts, which allow him to done, to broaden his vision and expertise in a unique and transversal way. The voluntary work carried out in various humanitarian missions carried out in West Africa in support of the poorest populations completes his profile. He has participated in the creation of centers for infancy and newborn clinics, in the construction of wells for drinking water and in the creation of clinics for the fight against diabetes
NOC vs SOC – Network operations center and Security operations center
Organizations should never grapple with the choice of setting up either NOC or SOC teams. Having both a NOC and SOC is the ideal situation. Despite the differences in primary objectives and duties, the NOC and SOC teams share the need for deep visibility and centralized control over network infrastructure.
People-Centric Cybersecurity – “we-are-together-in-this” is the new Company-Customer priority
Cybersecurity should not be a 'check box' affair. Organizations can leverage cybersecurity as a strategic tool to drive business objectives and build customer trust. Cybersecurity strategy is evolving from being technology-centric to people-centric. Effective cybersecurity programs and improved security awareness will protect business assets and information and prevent fall-outs from breaches. Customers are vital players in a successful and forward-looking organization.
Human-in-the-loop Model – Why AI Needs Human Intervention
The AI system will continually learn and improve while constantly being kept in check to prevent risks and potentially harmful consequences. Different models such as cognitive AI, conversational AI, and "HitL" reinforcement learning combined with real people with expertise, empathy, ingenuity, and moral judgment will lead to augmented Intelligence and increasingly more positive outcomes. The best applications of AI are seed, where AI systems are monitored by people and augment people.
Cybersecurity Megatrends – More devices, More risks, More expenditures.
Cyber risk management has not kept pace with the proliferation of digital and analytics transformations, and many companies are unsure how to identify and manage digital risks. Effective risk management calls for proactive visibility and context across the entire cyber-attack surface. Businesses must understand the vulnerabilities that can be exploited to cause the most significant harm.
Challenges and Opportunities of EdTech & EdVerso Transition
The biggest challenge faced by blockchain technology is disrupting the EdTech space, currently moving faster to the EdVerso area, where decentralization is merged inside a new virtual world based on the metaverse, where skills can join the job opportunities across the globe without physical limitations.
Global Food Traceability – A Top growing market of 24 Billion USD by 2026
The global food traceability market is steadily growing as consumers seek to know the source and origin of their food items. Food traceability will help identify how and where food and food items were contaminated. In essence, food traceability allows food makers to document and track the progress of a product through different phases of the food production process. The food traceability technology can track food manufacturing from In essence, food traceability allows food makers to document and track the progress of a product through different phases of the food production process. The food traceability technology can track food manufacturing from processing, handling, and distribution processes.
CyberWar in Europe – Internet Blackout, Disinformation and Espionage
Thousands of people across Europe were thrown offline by a massive internet outage believed to be part of the Russian offensive on Ukraine.
A.I. & Social Networks – Is an inequality process started?
Intro Firstly, Over the past several years, artificial intelligence and machine learning have radically transformed...
Blockchain and Web3 – Possibilities & Threats for the Education Sector
More and more companies are increasingly exploring potential applications for blockchain technology in the education sector and a host of other industries.
Decentralized Education – A turnkey opportunity for higher education and universities
With the improving quality of life across the globe, people are increasingly investing in...
Zero Trust – An Emerging Catchphrase in Cybersecurity
Zero trust has become a catchphrase in the cybersecurity sector, with all stakeholders fully accepting and going on all in.
Humanity & A.I. – Artificial Intelligence Benefits & RISKS
Artificial Intelligence Benefits & RISKS : Technologies, and services to respect human rights and, by extension, human choice by default.
Network Decryption – A Critical Cybersecurity Best Practice
Network Decryption: Businesses have been moving their data and computing to the cloud. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated.
Huawei Risks – A Government Security Review
The greatest fear is that Huawei is likely to come under extrajudicial directions from the Chinese government.
What are Cryptos or Cryptocurrencies?
Do you intend to invest in the cryptocurrency industry this year? We have some...
What are E-sports?
Nowadays, e-Sports have grown increasingly popular all over the world, and many businesses are...
Intro Non-fungible tokens (NFT) are digital assets that include a wide range of unique tangible....
Blockchain for Education – A fast-growing changing market
Firstly Blockchain is increasingly being adopted in the education sector to achieve different outcomes...
2021 Data Breaches – A brief Review
Rapidly changing circumstances in the I.T. world and business have increased reliance on data...
Holiday Time – New CyberAttacks Risks for your Business
The holidays are an opportunity for people to take time off work and enjoy...
Critical Infrastructures are Under Attack – A vision to our Safety and Wellbeing
Firstly can you imagine what would happen if you could no longer use some....
Ransomware Attacks – Employees could be part of the problem
A recent survey of about 100 cybersecurity executives in North America has found that cybercriminals have requested about 50 percent of business employees and leaders to assist in actualizing a ransomware attack. Companies and Governments should invest more energies and budgets on Internal security and training.
CyberSecurity Plan – A MUST-HAVE for every Business
Proper planning, regular updates, and having trusted cybersecurity experts will help your business remain safe and agile in the face of cyberattacks. Every SBE and Enterprise should have a CyberSecurity Plan and an Incident Response Plan.
Cyber Attacks can get everyone
Cybersecurity incidents have been on the rise, and no business is entirely safe from the hacking block. Cybercriminals may primarily target large companies and multinational companies, but smaller enterprises present soft targets.
Food Industry Transformation – Technological Predictions
The disruption to the food industry occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 has...
Artificial Intelligence for Governments – Benefits & Vulnerability
Governments worldwide are adopting artificial intelligence with lots of enthusiasm to stay ahead of technological advancements. Both governments and corporates are interested in including AI in their business development processes and other applications. BUT, Any strategy has to consider data protection, privacy issues, and cutting back on carbon dioxide emissions.