Created for Les Assises participants, Le Cercle is a quarterly rendezvous gathering cybersecurity actors around enriching conferences and debates. Le Cercle is a way for participants to increase their knowledge about the industry and to meet with other professionals. Do not miss our four networking events in Paris.
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Key figures of the the 2021 edition of Les Assises
Introduction of the President of Les Assises 2022
Le Before throwback
Presentation of Les Assises cybersecurity barometer
September 14th, 2021
O.G 2024: how is the French team preparing for cybersecurity challenges?
France will host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in less than three years across its territory. This planetary event, which generates hundreds of billions of euros in business, is also arousing the interest of criminals, activists and other terrorists. As a reminder, 12 million attacks per day were foiled during the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008 (including 420 risky events) and for the London Olympics, 212 million fraudulent connections were detected.
Toshiro Muto, Director General of the Tokyo Olympic Games Organizing Committee, said ahead of the Olympic Games in Japan this year: “If I had to choose just one challenge, it would be security. There are many terrorist threats around the world. This is not just a physical threat, but also a threat of cyberterrorism. "
In the current context where the power, the multiplicity and the complexity of the attacks are raging and where France is a prime target:
What cyber threats weigh and could weigh on France and the Games?
How is the France team organized?
What lessons have been learned from the Tokyo Olympics?
Geopolitical, reputational, economic and security issues… the challenges that await us are numerous. Le Cercle invites you to dive into the heart of cyber preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games for an evening.
We will have the pleasure of receiving:
Ziad Khoury, Prefect. National Coordinator for JOP Security (CNSJ) - Ministry of the Interior
Thomas Collomb, Deputy Director of Security - Olympic Organizing Committee (OCOG) - Paris 2024
Daniel Le Coguic, Senior Vice President, Public and Defense sector of Atos and responsible for the structuring program "Security of major events and the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games" within the CSF
Bertrand Le Gorgeu, Sectoral coordinator for major sporting events, National Information Systems Security Agency (ANSSI)
Debate moderated by Mélanie Bénard-Crozat, Journalist, Editor-in-chief of S&D Magazine
July 7th, 2021 Innovation Prize : a special Cercle event
Les Assises Innovation Prize aims to support young European companies and promote innovation in cybersecurity for organizations (private and public).
June 22th, 2021 "Back to Fundamentals" : is it still relevant today?
In October 2011, Patrick Pailloux, then Director General of ANSSI, launched at the Assises de la Sécurité his famous reminder to Back to Fundamentals. An injunction not to forget the fundamentals of what was then called computer security. 10 years later and while the cyber risk has never been so high and so widespread, has this message been heard or is it still relevant today? What is the posture of large companies?
4 representatives of large organizations will come to discuss and debate during this evening of the Circle hosted by Florence Puybareau, Director of Content of DG Consultants:
Gabriel de Brosses, Cybersecurity Director, La Poste Groupe
Mylène Jarossay, Group CISO LVMH et CESIN President
Olivier Ligneul, Cybersecurity Director, EDF Group
Live conference dedicated to the launch of the guide "The essentials of digital security for managers" an initiative by Daniel Bénabou, President of CEIDIG, CEO of Idecsi and moderated by Florence Puybareau, Director of Content and Communication, DG Consultants.
With the participation of :
Jacques Attali, Writer and Economist
Pierre-Henri de Menthon, Editorial Director of Challenges
Guillaume Poupard, Director General of ANSSI
Christian Poyau, President of the "Technological changes and societal impacts" Commission of MEDEF
Frank Bournois, Director of ESCP and President of the Training Commission at the CGE (Conférence des grandes écoles)
March 2, 2021 Cooperate & share: the winning challenge for the ISS
[Le Cercle in digital]
In the ISS sector, collaboration between the different actors is proving more and more necessary and even essential. Because the danger is so multifaceted that it becomes illusory to face the threat alone.
But in reality, what is it really?
Why collaborate when everything is going well?
How to do it when the crisis arrives? How to work with peers, suppliers, public authorities?
A debate moderated by Loïs Samain, CISO and co-founder of the Comptoir Sécu podcast and Florence Puybareau Director of content at DG Consultants.
They will receive:
Bertrand Blond, Head of Cyber Office, ComCyber
Luigi Rebuffi, General secretary, European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO)
Michel Dubois, Scientific and technical director, cyber department, La Poste Group
Matthieu Feuillet, Assistant Deputy Director of Operations, ANSSI