In recent years there has been a significant increase in cyber attacks against the digital economy, sometimes very sophisticated, perpetrated by increasingly skilled ”hackers” or ”hacktivists“, sometimes supported by Governments. Because most economic processes are now digital, insecurity is taking an increasingly heavy toll on the economy:
- attacks against operational systems and infrastructures (i.e. e-business, e-commerce, industrial systems, etc.) can result in direct loss of business or revenue;
- interception of electronic communications and intrusions into information systems can result in massive theft of sensitive corporate or customers information;
- loss or leak of confidential or personal data can cause serious harm to the reputation and could lead to lawsuits and financial penalties.
Moreover, whatever the threats are, companies are more and more engaged in cyber –risk management due to:
- customers and partners requirements (contracts, Requests for Proposal, etc.);
- standards (i.e. ISO 27000 family and others) and regulation development (personal data, critical infrastructures, etc.).
Today Cyber Security is clearly a business enabler for all companies and administrations and must be linked to Risk & Compliance processes.
Our Security Views
Based on our experience with customers across multiple industries worldwide, we are convinced that:
- Management is expecting practical and cost effective solutions to cyber risks, both for their internal IT, as well as for the industrial systems (ICS and SCADA), and the products and services that are delivered including: embedded software, Cloud platforms, engineering and integrated manufacturing systems between partners.
- Organizations are facing strategic and economic issues regarding cyber security. Answers are technological, regulatory and organizational as well as cultural and behavioral.
- Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated. The Security Operations Centers (SOC) must strengthen their capacity for data analytics, including vertical knowledge.
- Application development and infrastructure management should systematically integrate a security dimension (e.g. static and dynamic testing).
- Technological knowledge is a key success factor that depends on consequent investments in R&D and partnerships with the major actors of the market.
We share our expertise in the publication "Staying ahead in the Cybersecurity Game".
Our Cyber Security Approach
From Information Technology to Operation Technology
Development of cybercrime and technologies as well as regulatory and normative pressure, are forcing organizations to intensify their efforts in the field of cyber security. Cyber security aims at protecting critical infrastructures as well as sensitive information and at securing new uses of information systems: cloud and mobility, social media, interconnected industrial systems, connected products.
To help companies and public organizations to bring Cyber Security at the right level, Sogeti has developed a systemic approach to Cyber Security that combines Assessment services, Consulting, Architecture and Solutions Deployment, Monitoring capabilities, Analytics and Mitigation/Remediation services. Learn more here.
- Unique capabilities from IT to OT (ICS, SCADA, embedded systems), leveraging our worldwide practice dedicated to Global Engineering Services;
- Sogeti is the global leader in testing, bringing our experience to security testing with methods, capabilities & assets both in hardware and software;
- 3 SOCs (Toulouse, Luxemburg, Mumbai) boosted by analytics services and an ability to support customers in building their own dedicated and optimized SOC;
- R&D, ethical hacking teams and a licensed IT Security Evaluation Facility;
- Agreements with, and recognition from, National Information Security Agencies;
- Strategic alliances with IBM and Microsoft, and a strong network of international and national partners;
- References in all verticals: critical infrastructure’s owners, defense, aerospace, government, telecommunications, finance, transportation, energy & utilities, health care, industry;
- More than 1,000 security experts across the world at Sogeti and Capgemini.
We can provide
Sogeti’s extensive scope of security capabilities can help to provide end-to-end security solutions that meets the specific needs of your organization. This scope includes:
Our End-to-End Response Capabilites
Sogeti’s offerings cover the whole spectrum of professional Cyber Security services that an organization needs to secure and defend its data and processes, from traditional information technologies (IT) to industrial and embedded operational technologies (OT):
Cyber Security Governance - Risk - Compliance
Cyber Security Transformation
Cyber Security for Industrial and Embedded Systems
Cyber Security Managed Services
Cyber Security Testing
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Franck GreverieGlobal Head of Cyber Security
+33 1 58 44 58 15
Franck GreverieGlobal Head of Cyber Security
+33 1 58 44 58 15
Franck started his career in various operational roles at Alcatel and Sema Group (today Atos Origin). From 2004 to 2008, he was Vice-President (VP) of strategy, business development and marketing for Thales’ security activities, and VP of Thales Shield, which specializes in securing airports, transportation, oil and gas, and cities. Franck was then appointed Managing Director of the Information Systems Security and Cybersecurity activities for Thales Group (France, UK, Germany, Norway, USA, Asia). In 2012, Franck joined Bull as Executive VP of the Security Division, which includes cybersecurity and intelligence activities across the group. He was also in charge of the Middle East, Africa and Asia activities for Bull Group. In 2014, he was appointed Executive VP of the Infrastructure Division. Aged 45, Franck is a graduate of ESME, engineering school, and of the Executive MBA of ESSEC, Business School. From October 1, 2014 Franck Greverie was appointed as the Global Head of Cyber Security and Corporate Vice President for the Capgemini Group, also leading Sogeti’s Cyber Security practice.