As data proliferates across the digital enterprise, confidential and personal data is at risk from ever smarter cyber criminals, states and competitors. Sogeti and Capgemini helps clients to comply with new regulations, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation, and to protect themselves against the financial and reputational damage of data loss or data leaks.
Data protection is a strategic step in the digital transformation journey
As your digital transformation continues, security should be an enabler of competitiveness and change, not an inhibitor. While the threat of a data leak to operational continuity, brand value and customer trust cannot be totally eradicated in this digital landscape, it can be mitigated if handled correctly. It is a strategic and enterprise-wide task involving key businesses and stakeholders, including IT, Security, HR and Legal. Data protection efforts should be consistent with your digital transformation and cybersecurity strategies and focus on both personal and critical data assets.
Your data are your crown jewels
Effective data privacy and protection demand tools and processes to detect and react to a data leak, consistent cybersecurity rules and processes throughout the data lifecycle, awareness and commitment of all stakeholders. Sogeti provides clients with comprehensive data security capabilities, beginning with strategy and roadmap development. We help clients classify data according to its level of sensitivity, and secure the processing of collected data. In defining policies and governance frameworks for enhanced privacy and controls, we set out the roles and organization, along with corresponding IT requirements, to protect data assets (at rest, in motion, in use).
Proven methodologies for keeping data secure
From transport hubs and financial institutions, to retailers and oil & gas companies, we help our clients reinforce their data protection practices based on a clear understanding of the business stakes and issues.
Our recommendations and solutions draw on proven methodologies and practices. As part of a consistent digital transformation program, we developed and implemented a privacy impact assessment workflow for one of Europe’s biggest airports. And we helped a leading ICT services supplier identify, assess and deal with privacy risks as part of EU data breach legislation.
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 Cybersecurity and Corporate Vice President for the Capgemini Group, also leading Sogeti’s Cybersecurity practice.