It’s been two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was announced. Its enforcement is less than one month away and still, only 40% of companies think they’ll be ready in time. Pradeo leverages its expertise to help organizations ensuring their mobile framework does not endanger their GDPR compliance.
In a few years, smart cars will become common and they will drive you wherever you want autonomously. We are not at that stage yet, but we can already control our entire house thanks to home automation. Heaters, lights, door-locks or CCTV are now connected items that can be managed remotely from a mobile phone or a tablet through a dedicated mobile application.
The digital transformation has created a cloud-first and mobile-first world, greatly increasing the amount of mobile data transiting between mobile devices, computers, servers, etc. As a result of companies digitalizing their frameworks and services, corporate and personal data are now extensively accessed by mobile devices. This evolution is exposing them to a whole new range of risks: Malware, data leakage, vulnerabilities, network exploits, etc.
For the second year in a row, Pradeo and DNP attended the Mobile World Congress together. During the event, they discussed the challenges of mobile security with Mounir Mahjoubi, French State Secretary for Digital.
Sometimes it's unfortunate that technical terms, often with technological input, are emptied of meaning by inappropriate marketing uses. It has been some time since I gave up fighting the misuse of the term "innovation" and now deplore the overuse of artificial intelligence.