Julia Juvigny

Security Consultant at Digital Security, Julia Juvigny conducted monitoring and assessment missions about the IoT security, from normative aspects to cyber threat intelligence.
On June 27th, 2017, less than 2 months after the Wannacry ransomware attack that hit hundreds of thousands of computers in more than 150 countries, a new worm has caused panic in the IT services of more than 2,000 companies. Called NotPetya, this new attack initiated its distribution in Ukraine before spreading worldwide. It appears more sophisticated than its counterpart Petya, mainly because of the new spreading techniques it introduces. This article provides an overview of this surprising attack.
« For great aims we must dare great things ». This reference to the essay of military strategy On war, written by Carl von Clausewitz, sums up the "war-like" atmosphere which prevailed during the International Cyber security Forum (FIC) on 25 and 26 January 2016.
Defined by ENISA as a space integrating interconnected smart devices and systems, the smart home is the direct successor of home automation systems. A market that is expected to generate a turnover of 300 million euros in 20171. Connected to the Home Area Network or directly to Internet, these devices work with different types of communication protocols and networks (HAN, WAN, wireless, LPWAN) by which data is transferred between users and smart devices.