Adil Sbai

Hi, I’m Adil Sbaï. I am currently living in Paris, France. My interests range from technology to entrepreneurship. I am also interested in marketing and programming. Feel free to say hello through any of the social links below.  

How & Why the Cybersecurity Landscape Is Changing

Cisco recently published its 2018 annual cybersecurity report. The study is far more comprehensive than previous surveys and includes threat research from its Talos group and a number of technology partners, along with a survey of 3,600 chief security officers and security operations managers from all over the world. Even more important: the report underscores the Read More

NIST lays out roadmap for Internet of Things security –

As lawmakers seek a “seal of approval” for the Internet of Things, the National Institute of Standards and Technology recently gave federal agencies and private industry a better roadmap to future IoT cybersecurity concerns.In the Feb. 14 draft version of its interagency report on the state of IoT cyber standards, NIST warned that without a standardized Read More

Global security trends for 2018: GDPR, identity and access security

Other key findings of the study, which polled information technologists in a broad range of industries, included the following:When asked what security methods they would implement in 2018, identity and access management was the top item, at nearly 52%, followed by network security (47%), cybersecurity (43%), cloud security (37%), encryption (34%), endpoint security (33%), multifactor Read More

PwC press room: Investors put cybersecurity top of the business threat list

Cyber attacks are the now the biggest threat to business in the eyes of investors, mirroring growing global concern from business leaders, according to a new study by PwC.In the PwC Global Investor Survey 2018 the views of investors and analysts are compared with those of business leaders.41% of investors and analysts are now extremely Read More

Comment utiliser des données chiffrées sans les déchiffrer ? c’est la magie du chiffrement homomorphe

Révolution à venir dans le «cloud»: grâce à la cryptographie homomorphe, il sera bientôt possible de manipuler des données chiffrées… sans jamais avoir à les déchiffrer. C’est pour corriger cette faiblesse que la cryptographie homomorphe a été mise au point. Celle-ci permet en effet d’effectuer des calculs sur les données chiffrées puis d’accéder au résultat Read More

Are you ready for 5G? | McKinsey & Company

  The economics In considering the economics of 5G, it’s best to look separately at the two flavors discussed earlier.A low- to mid-band 5G network, especially in bands below two gigahertz, would look and cost much the same as current LTE networks. For example, deployment costs would be similar for cell sites of comparable density.Delivering Read More

Alexa, ask McAfee to scan my network

Since so many IoT devices have pathetic-to-no security, how would you like to manage your connected home’s network security using your voice? At Mobile World Congress 2018, McAfee said it plans to launch an Amazon Alexa Skill for its Secure Home Platform (SHP).Announced during CES 2018, SHP is “the answer to the IoT boom,” McAfee Read More

Apple now has four roads to a 5G iPhone, each challenging

Now that the dust has settled from Mobile World Congress 2018’s major 5G wireless announcements, two things are clear: 5G networks are coming even faster than recently expected, and, based on its current relationships with 5G modem suppliers, Apple has a tough road ahead before it launches a 5G iPhone.Being second or even tenth to market Read More

Apple HomePod is already losing the smart speaker battle

The war for your digital home is waging. Apple has finally followed Amazon, Google and Microsoft by launching a smart speaker with a voice-controlled artificial intelligence assistant. Yet even though the “HomePod” is another technological marvel, there’s a chance Apple is already losing the battle. The competition isn’t just through the sound quality of the Read More

Consumers fed up with connected-home issues

  More than 1 in 3 U.S. adults has experienced issues either setting up or operating a connected device. According to new data from Customer and Product Experience 360, the average consumer has spent 2.5 hours between self-help and customer support to resolve a smart home issue.What’s more, customers end up having to speak with Read More

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