• “Passwords are like underwear: you don’t let people see it, you should change it often, and you shouldn’t share it with strangers”, Chris Pirillo
  • “In the future, computers may weigh no more than 1.5 tonnes”, Popular mechanics, 1949
  • “Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity”, Albert Einstein
  • “Man is a slow, sloppy, and brilliant thinker; computers are fast, accurate and stupid”, John Pfeiffer
  • “Computers are useless. They can only give you answers”, Pablo Picasso
  • “If someone steals your password, you can change it. But if someone steals your thumbprint, you can’t get a new thumb. The failure modes are very different”, Bruce Schneier
  • “We’re not computers, Sebastian, we’re physical”, Roy Batty in Blade Runner
  • “ Computers don’t lie, but liars can compute”, Terry Hayes
  • “Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people.”, Bruce Schneier
  • “As the world is increasingly interconnected, everyone shares the responsibility of securing cyberspace”, Newton Lee

Digital Trust for Cloud Computing (ILNAS Breakfast)

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Une conférence interactive organisé par l'Union des Consomateurs Luxembourgeois (ULC) avec des représentants de Programme:
  • 18h15 Introduction par Monsieur Nico Hoffmann, Président de l'ULC
  • 18h30 Table ronde: La sécurité des systèmes de paiements électroniques et mobiles, les conséquences pour le consommateur
  • 19h30 Questions-réponses
  • 20h00 Réception
 This breakfast is the third in a series of ILNAS workshops "Digital Trust for Smart ICT", focusing on the Big Data, Cloud Computing and Internet of Things technologies, the three topics developed in the White Paper "Digital Trust for Smart ICT", through the prisms of digital trust and technical standardization. Download the ILNAS White Paper “Digital Trustfor Smart ICT The aim of this breakfast is to explore the role of Digital Trust in the development of Cloud Computing, going into technical aspects of the topic and detailing last related standardization developments to highlight the importance of technical standardization for the establishment of a trusted digital environment.