Welcome to Benjamin's freelance profile!
Location and workplace preferences
- Paris, France
- Can work on-site in your office in
- around Paris and 50km
- Business sector
Would prefer avoiding:Digital & IT
- Aviation & Aerospace
- Banking & Insurance
- Consulting & Audits
- Luxury Goods
- Company size
- 50 - 249 people
- 250 - 999 people
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Benjamin in a few words
Mr. Bouillé has a decade of unique experience in product, operation, governance, risk and compliance to build the best protection for people, companies and their assets. He brings his expertise in organizational audit, security policy, risk analysis and governance to support CISO in their quest to secure digital transformation. He also helps cybersecurity vendors to define their product security model for certification by the ANSSI (by delegation from the Prime Minister) at national and international levels.
Mr. Bouillé’s main areas of expertise are security model design, product and organization conformity, IT security management, Big Data architecture and transactional fraud detection.
Mr Bouillé has technical expertise in agile development with Big Data and IA technologies bringing a depth knowledge of data protection in complex environments. He delivered operational security solutions in production using these technologies for French Ministry of Defense (event detection) and leading French retail and corporate banking (fraud detection).
Mr Bouillé holds a double degree, a Master of Science in Computer and Information Security (with a thesis on McEliece Cryptosystem) from University of Plymouth and a Master of Science in IT engineering from ESIEA (Top French engineering school in Cybersecurity) in 2009. He gives lectures on security evaluation (Common Criteria) for 6 years and Big Data Security for 2 years in Mastère spécialisé ® at ESIEA (first degree granted SecNumEdu label by the ANSSI in 2019).
Mr Bouillé is currently applying to Club EBIOS (French community developing risk analysis methodology sponsored by ANSSI) and CLUSIF (leading French association of professionals in information security).
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