After fourteen years of activity, the Paris Cyber Security Forum has proven to be the « must attend and most innovative» gathering of French, US and Israeli security experts. The event is 100% Israeli friendly, an ultra-efficient door opener at the highest level, and one of the most cost effective and business generating event in cybersecurity.
8:00 - 10:15 Networking Breakfast in Salle des Cuivres
Israeli Start-ups' Pitch in the Council Amphitheater.
8:00 - 10:00 In Parallel Face to Face Business Meetings
at Potocki Palace's dedicated lounges.
10:30 - 1:00 Conference (keynote speeches and panels)
in Chandeliers' Hall.
1] Cybersecurity and Space [launchers and satellites targeted by next generation cyberattacks]
2] Next generation global cyberattacks and solutions (IoBs)
1:00 - 2:00 VIP Lunch in Salle des Cuivres.
2:00 - 6:30 Face to Face Business Meetings
at Potocki Palace's Chandeliers' Hall.
2:00 - 6:00 In parallel to the Business Meetings,
non-stop presentations every 20 min
in the amphitheater of the Council.
Current President of the CCFI Cybersecurity and Nanotechnology/AI Commissions. Organizer and symposiarch of the yearly France Israel cybersecurity forum on behalf of the CCFI at the HQs of the Paris Ile de France Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Current Member of the Board of Directors at Quotium (NYSE Euronext QTE) and Seeker Security Ltd. Visiting Professor at the Economic Warfare School, MRSIC "Risk Management, International Security and Cybersecurity". Former manager, of the governmental programme of bilateral R&D cooperation between Israel and France, on behalf of the French ministry of Economy. Former Trade Officer at Tamas/Tamat.
Olivier DALOY Group Information Systems Security Director, CISO at Faurecia.
After having managed IT Network and Security engineer for ENS CACHAN (a multidisciplinary school and research centre), Olivier joined Ernst & Young Audit firm in Paris La Défense in 1999. He spent 4 years both as a cybersecurity auditor, but also designing, setting up and managing the first eSolution Center, an IT Security Laboratory for the firm. After that, He spent 4 more years managing IT internal audits for E&Y EMEA. On 2007, He moved to LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy, luxury industry), as their first Group CISO for 3 years, after what he took the same responsibility both at the Group level and for the Watches & Jewelry Division. On 2014, he took the Group CISO responsibility for Thales Group, involved in both civilian and defense businesses protection. On Sept 2018, Olivier finally joined Faurecia Group, as Group Information Systems Security Director, in charge of the protection of both IT & OT, protecting internal assets as well as products and services that are sold by the Group.
Attorney Merav Griguer is a partner in Bird&Bird International Privacy & Data Protection Group, based in Paris. She is also co-head of our French Privacy & Data Protection Group
Merav’s ever expanding practice encompasses the implementatation of GDPR; litigation before the French Authority (“CNIL”); Big Data legal issues; social media; and cybersecurity. Moreover, she has close links with the French Regulatory Authority and with legislative bodies, by whom she is often asked to provide her professional expertise on upcoming bills and amendments
She is a scientific director of the Data Protection Officer certificate at Sciences Po Paris.
Merav regularly speaks internationally at conferences, presenting on subject matters such as big data, social media and IT issues. Such events have included reputable Microsoft Techdays, Echos conferences, International Hub Forum, MEDEF, CCI, Avignon Forum, WeWork and Cyberweek at Tel Aviv and CESE to name but a few.
Attorney Griguer has passed both the Paris and the Jerusalem Bar and speaks French, English and Hebrew fluently.
Cyber Security Operation manager and Deputy to CISO at Louis Vuitton (luxury brand of LVMH Group). CESIN active member in charge of Luxury brands lab.
Arnaud started his career as a security consultant working for Wavestone. For the past 10 years, he worked on several business domains such as banking (HSBC GAM, SG CIB, Bnp Paribas), telecom (SFR), air transport (Air France / KLM Group), health care (LMG)...
Arnaud had the opportunity to assume various position in IT departments including: expert, project manager, architect, IT risk manager...
Frédéric MALMARTEL graduated in mathematics, finance and computer science. He has been in charge of the IT infrastructure for five years and has been working to manage the security of information systems for twenty-five years.
He implemented routines to manage security incidents and developed solutions based on IAM Technology to ensure network security. He took part in defining security policies for the information systems, establishing security indicators and developing and maintaining a public key infrastructure (PKI).
He is currently managing a team specialized in the assessment of security risks and enhancing the crisis management and business continuity plans for ACOSS (French National Social Insurance Fund).
He is certified ISO 27001, ISO 27005 and ISO 22301.
Finally, he is a board member of the CLUSIF.
Mahtieu Hernandez is a french cyber security expert with over twenty years of experience.
He held several positions in the field of Information Technology Security before joining the French National Cybersecurity Agency. He was then able to participate in securing and developing several government projects before becoming Assistant Chief Information Security Officer for the French Joint Staff HeadQuarter.
He left the Defense in 2014 to join ENGIE as an Cyber Security Architech. Then, he put his skill for many Information and Operationnal Technology projects.
Today, he occupies the position of Chief Information Security Officer for The Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace (CHPG) in the Principality of Monaco.
Xavier CREFF in charge of Threat Intelligence at Groupe Crédit Agricole
After two years spent working on sensitive architectures in telecoms, he joined the Crédit Agricole Group where he participated in developing and maintaining internal and external PKI (Public Key Architecture) as well as the use of electronic certificates in many kinds of contexts (electronic/digital signature, confidentiality, networks security, etc ...).
He then participates in the creation of CERT Crédit Agricole before assuming the responsibility of these team and obtaining all the associated qualifications (TF-CSIRT and FIRST in particular).
Cyril Haziza - Corporate Chief Security Officer (CSO), AXA
Cyril is a passionate Security professional, Corporate CSO at AXA where he is looking after security of Group Operations activities. Prior to his current role, Cyril worked in various industries like Bank, Cosmetic Industry, Environment & Government as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) building Security practice, Security Operation Center and improving the overall security maturity based on ISO27001, NIST or CIS.
Ilan Dray, VP of Creative & Head of Design at Cybereason, the world's most powerful cybersecurity analytics platform, has over 25 years of experience in advertising and interactive multimedia/digital product design. As the co-founder of Inkod, a leading UX/UI Studio, Ilan has extensive experience in B2B digital product design, particularly in cybersecurity. With his team, he has created some of the world's most famous cyber security interfaces and guided more than 40 startups.
Ilan is also co-founder and adviser at Today Ventures, a Tel-Aviv based Accelerator.
We invite you to follow his new initiative called Cyber for People.
Mauro Israel has carried out assignments in a multitude of fields and in particular in the automotive and aeronautics industry, for EDF's nuclear power plants, Ariane Espace, FAS of the French Air Force, Army, Alcatel, Ford, Crédit Immobilier de France, Peugeot PSA, Bosch, Institut Curie, Bureau Veritas, Valeo, Société Générale, SFR, Ferrero, Bank of Africa, The European Commission, BOAD and ORPEA.
Mauro is currently working on strengthening information systems security, including management for ISO certification process and business continuity plans. Author of several books and articles in numerous specialized safety magazines as well as a lecturer in French and English.
Eric Singer has been working for 25 years in the field of information systems security.
After having worked for a telecom operator (Bouygues Telecom) then a manufacturer (Alcatel) as an internal auditor, Eric Singer joined ANSSI. He actively participated in the creation and management of the government 24/7 watch and alert center (COSSI) and in the definition and coordination of cybersecurity crisis simulation.
Since 2009, he has been CISO for Retailers at Galeries Lafayette, for Industry leaders at Nexans and Orano, and for services AKKA Technologies.
He is now working at Schneider Electric as CISO for the Europeen Middle East and Africa region.
Alain Bouillé is the Corporate Information Security Officer for the Caisse des Depots group. He define the corporate information security policy and oversees its implementation for the Caisse des Depots and all its subsidiaries. Previously, Alain was the CISO of the French Post until 2001. Between 1988 and 1999, Alain conducted a series of computing and security programs for JP Morgan in Paris, London, New York and the major financials places in Europe and South Africa.
Since July 2012, Alain is the President of a French CISO association that he created. More than 400 French CISOs are now members of the club.
Fabrice Bru started position of Chief Information Security Officer for “Le Groupement des Mousquetaires” in 2018, a French large retail company. He develops & deploys a cybersecurity strategy across the entire organization to protect manufactures, warehouses & stores’ data, infrastructure and assets. He is the former CISO of Louis Vuitton luxury “Maison” (until 2018) & Groupe Danone from 2003 to 2008, major French international companies.
Since 2018, Fabrice has joined the executive board of the CESIN, a french association, that gather more than 400 CISOs in France.
He began his career in the French Navy before joining Alcatel where he first worked in research and development and then in the implementation of computer networks. He oversaw the network infrastructure of the Synthélabo group to finish a successful career as an end customer.
e participated in the structuring of the security integrator Cyber Networks (today known as BT Services). His pioneering and entrepreneurial spirit brought him to create the integrator Ipelium in the field of mobility and security.
Jean-Marc GRÉMY has been working as a consultant and an instructor since 2007. As the founder of the independent consulting firm Cabestan Consultants, he shares his time between advisory missions carried out in large corporate accounts and institutions and training activities, notably overseas. Furthermore, he conducts skills training in Europe to prepare for the professional certification CISSP™.
As the vice-president of CLUSIF and the coordinator of Espace RSSI, its working group bringing Chief Information Security Officers together, Henri CODRON encourages the exchange of experience and sharing of good practices among cybersecurity professionals.
He is an engineer who graduated from the Ecole Centrale de Lille. He has been working in the network and systems infrastructure and in IT security for large international groups for twenty-five years.
As a Chief Information Security Officer, he takes daily measures to protect the IT systems assets of his company facing increasingly diversified and advanced threats. His top priority is to ensure IT security within the international arena for his firm in the industrial sector.
He has obtained the certifications ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, ISO 27001 Lead Implementer and ISO 27005 Risk Manager.
Luména DULUC is a specialist of the information sector who became the Chief Delegate for the CLUSIF in 2017. She was editor-in-chief and deputy head of the digital branch for the Government Information Service (SIG). She was content manager and Chief Operating Officer of Atchik (company specialized in moderation, community management and Internet watch), marketing and redistribution director of EDD (media monitoring services) and Head of Marketing and Development of AEPHR (regional weekly press).
Luména DULUC is a graduate of the Political Sciences Institute in Rennes where she obtained a Master’s degree in the management of the print media. She also graduated from La Sorbonne Paris IV and the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre with a Diploma of Higher Specialized Studies (DESS) in the field of editorial consulting and knowledge management and a Master’s degree in philosophy, respectively.