Le comité stratégique

Le comité stratégique est composé des représentants des organisateurs. Il est chargé de définir les grandes orientations du FIC.

Général d'armée (2S) Marc Watin-Augouard
Fondateur du FIC

Ancien inspecteur général des armées - Gendarmerie nationale. Le Général Watin-Augouard est aujourd'hui directeur du Centre de Recherche de l'Ecole   des Officiers de la Gendarmerie Nationale (CREOGN).

Guillaume Tissier
Directeur général de CEIS depuis 2012, Guillaume Tissier intervient principalement dans le cadre de missions de conseil en management des risques.

Mélodie Reynaud
Directrice de l'événémentiel chez CEIS, elle coordonne l'ensemble de l'organisation du FIC.


Le comité consultatif

Le comité consultatif conseille le comité stratégique avec un focus sur les dimensions européennes et internationales du FIC

Elly van den Heuvel est la présidente du comité consultatif.

Les membres du comité consultatifs sont :

Alex Klimburg, Directeur, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
Dr. Alexander Klimburg is Director Cyber Policy and Resilience Program at the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies. He is a former associate and research fellow of the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center. Dr. Klimburg is a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council, and an associate fellow at the Austrian Institute of European and Security Policy. His book, “The Darkening Web: the War for Cyberspace” has been reissued with a new afterword by Penguin Press in 2018. He has acted as an adviser to a number of governments and international organizations on national cybersecurity strategies, international norms of behaviour in cyberspace and cyber-conflict, critical infrastructure protection, and Internet governance.

David Van Duren, Secrétaire de GFCE
Mr. David Van Duren is Head of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE) secretariat. The GFCE is a global forum to exchange best practices and expertise on cyber capacity building. The aim is to identify successful policies, practices and ideas and multiply these on a global level. Mr. Van Duren was one of the key persons responsible for the realization of the Global Conference on Cyber Space (2015, The Hague), the Dutch National Cyber Security Strategies of 2011 and 2013, and for Division of Cyber Security Policy of the Dutch National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) which became operational in January 2012, including national and international policy. Mr. Van Duren holds a Master of Economics and Psychology.

Elly van den Heuvel, Secrétaire du Cyber Security Council, Pays-Bas
Mrs Elly van den Heuvel is Secretary to the Netherlands Cyber Security Council (CSR) since 2014. The CSR has 18 high level members from government, industry, and the scientific community. The CSR offers both solicited and unsolicited advice to the Cabinet. The Council also facilitates public-private dialogue on the complex matter of cyber security. From 2008 to 2014, Mrs Heuvel has been Head of the Dutch National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC). Under her management, the NCSC was designed as an innovative place for building a public/private cooperation model that is efficient and impactful in today’s multi-stakeholders environment. She also developed the Dutch Cyber Security Conference ONE into a most appreciated international conference organised by a public agency.

Jean-Baptiste Demaison, président du Conseil d'administration de l'ENISA, conseiller numérique à l'ANSSI
Mr. Demaison is Chair of the Management Board and Executive Board of the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) and Senior Policy Advisor to the External Relations Director within the French Cybersecurity Agency (ANSSI). From 2011 to 2017, Mr. Demaison worked at Senior International Cyber Policy Officer at ANSSI, where he represented France in several EU and international policy fora, including the NIS cooperation group, the EU Council Working Party on cyber issues and the 2012, 2014 and 2015 United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on cybersecurity. In 2014, he took part in the expert group responsible for the two-year evaluation of CERT-EU. Since 2015, he is lecturer at the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) at Sciences Po.

Maarten Van Horenbeeck, Membre du conseil d’administration de FIRST
Mr Maarten Van Horenbeeck is a board member and former chairman of the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), the largest association of security teams, counting 300 members in over 70 countries. Chief Information Security Officer at Zendesk, he previously led Security Engineering at Fastly and the Threat Intelligence team at Amazon. He also worked on the security teams at Google and Microsoft. Maarten has a master’s degree in information security from Edith Cowan University and a master’s degree in international relations from the Freie Universitat Berlin.

Pascal Steichen, CEO de Security Made in Luxembourg
Mr Pascal Steichen is CEO of SECURITYMADEIN.LU, the entity on which rely the three main information security initiatives of the Luxembourg government: CIRCL, CASES and BEE SECURE. In this capacity, Mr Steichen heads the Cybersecurity Competence Center Luxembourg (C3), whose mission is to further strengthen the Luxembourg economy and its attractiveness in the field of cybersecurity. A lecturer in information security at the University of Luxembourg, member of the ENISA management board and vice-president of the CLUSIL (an association representing the information security landscape of Luxembourg), he received in 2017 the “Information Security Personality of the year” award at the “Information Security Days”.

Phédra Clouner, Directrice du Centre de la Cybersécurité, Belgique
Mrs Phédra Clouner is Deputy Director of the Cyber Security Centre Belgium (CCB), the central authority in charge of cybersecurity in Belgium. In particular, CCB manages the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) for the purpose of carrying out activities relating to the detection, observation and analysis of online security problems as well for providing continuous information related to users. Mrs Clouner was previously Information security Advisor at the Ministry of Justice, and Information and Application Manager of the IT Department of this Ministry. She is founder and administrator of FedISA Belgium, the Belgian branch of the federation for Information Lifecycle Management, Storage and Archiving.

Tobias Höllwarth, Président de Eurocloud
Dr Tobias Höllwarth is President of EuroCloud Europe where he is acting as director for the EuroCloud Star Audit Certificate (ECSA). Cloud consulting, the development of cloud strategies (e.g the City of Vienna), cloud IT policies, the planning of cloud migration, the quality assurance of cloud offers and auditing of cloud service providers are all topics that have increasingly gained in importance since 2010. He published “Cloud Migration” whose third edition has been released in several languages including English and Chinese. Tobias Höllwarth has also organised two editions of the Austrian CLOUD Congress that offers both providers and users of cloud solutions a joint platform for the exchange of ideas.

Yugo Neumorni, Président de EuroCIO
Mr. Yugo Neumorni, CISA, EMBA is Board member and Chairman of the Cybersecurity Council of the EuroCIO, President and founding member of CIO Council Romania, the Association of IT Managers in Romania, and former President of ISACA Romania. He is IT&C Director at Hidroelectrica, the leading energy provider and main technology supplier for the National Energy System in Romania. With more than 25 years of experience in IT industry, Yugo Neumorni is specialized in complex IT systems design, IT processes restructuring and reengineering, IT security and strategy, ERP projects, IT governance, COBIT framework, ITIL. Neumorni graduated the Faculty of Automation in Bucharest and the Asebuss EMBA program - Kennesaw State University in 2009.

Les membres du comité consultatif sont indépendants et ne sont pas rémunérés par l'organisation du FIC.

Le comité scientifique

Le comité scientifique élabore le programme du FIC. Il est composé de personnalités qualifiées, de chercheurs, de représentants des organisations professionnelles (offreurs, clients finaux) et de la sphère  publique.

Les membres du comité scientifique sont :
  • Mylène Jarossay, CESIN
  • Olivier Guerin, ANSSI
  • Florence Esselin, Gendarmerie Nationale
  • Olivier Iteanu, avocat à la cour, ITEANU AVOCATS
  • Rémy Didier, adjoint au directeur scientifique de l'INRIA
  • Olivier Lys, vice-président institutionnel de Cinov-IT
  • Thomas Laurentin, adjoint RP SSI, Ministère des Armées
  • Sébastien Montlusclat, BPI
  • Annick Rimliger, directrice générale  du CDSE
  • Nicolas Miailhe,  co-fondateur et président de Future Society
  • Nora Cuppens, IMT Atlantique
  • Olivier Kempf, Ministère des Armées
  • Philippe Beaudoin, DMISC, Ministère de l'Intérieur
  • Laurent Charreyron, Expert indépendant

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