Digital learning is the use of a digital medium to deliver training. It is an evolution of e-learning that uses the internet to provide online training. This learning technique takes the form of distance learning or face-to-face training.
The evolution of digital technology has brought new possibilities and numerous tools to the service of training. Computers, tablets, mobiles and even connected objects are all ways to easily access this type of training.
The digital transformation of companies and organizations requires the integration of these new techniques to develop the skills of their employees. Digital learning can take many forms: e-learning, serious game, MOOC, SPOOC, social learning, etc.
The European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a major piece of legislation governing the protection of personal and sensitive data.
In 2012, Europe launched a huge renovation of the legislative framework to adapt to the digital revolution and new digital uses, which have multiplied in recent years.
After four years of work, in 2016, the GDPR was finally adopted. It is directly applicable since May 2018, in all EU member states, including companies outside the EU if they have customers in Europe. Result:
The European Regulation therefore entails profound changes in the business practices of companies and organizations: keeping a data processing register, new rights for individuals, the principle of "privacy by design", reporting security breaches to the CNIL within 72 hours, etc.
To meet their legal obligations and comply with the GDPR, data controllers and their subcontractors must make their employees aware of the changes brought about by the GDPR and ensure that the fundamentals of personal data protection are known, acquired and that they have a reality in their professional life...
DPOs, the Data Protection Officers, are the new actors of Privacy: they ensure compliance with the new regulation, especially the awareness component.
The word cybersecurity is a neologism designating the role of all laws, policies, tools, devices, security concepts and mechanisms, risk management methods, actions, training, best practices and technologies that can be used to protect people and tangible and intangible IT assets (connected directly or indirectly to a network) of states and organizations.
ANSSI, the French National Agency for Information Systems Security, defines cybersecurity as a desired state for an information system that enables it to resist events from cyberspace that could compromise the availability, integrity or confidentiality of stored, processed or transmitted data and related services that these systems offer or make accessible.
Cybersecurity uses information systems security techniques and is based on the fight against cybercrime and the implementation of a cyber defense.