This Monday, Tech Hebdo returns to the studio with Jérôme Colombain and François Sorel for a debrief of the tech news that marked the week.
On the program, our journalist Mélinda Davan-Soulas is with us to give us a debrief of the Apple Keynote. Also find our Tech care section, with this week, Dominique Chabot, president of O’Code, the application that protects your objects. Benoît Grunemwald, our guest, tells you about doxing, a hacking technique that threatens your personal data.
- Melinda Davan-Soulas, Tech&Co journalist, has just returned from Cupertino where she followed the latest Apple keynote. On the program, iPhone 14, 14 Pro or the Airpods presented during the conference. She also comes back to the little novelty of this keynote, an Apple Watch dedicated to athletes.
- Don’t be afraid of having your phones, bikes or other objects stolen thanks to O’Code. This application, presented by its president Dominique Chabot, aims to secure your everyday objects using a key in the form of a QR code. Your objects are then engraved, which protects them from loss and/or theft.
- Fraudulent emails, misleading SMS or other phishing techniques. Doxing is increasingly present and threatens your personal data on a daily basis. Benoit Grunemwald, cybersecurity expert at ESET France, explains how to avoid and protect yourself from this kind of practice.