Cybermalveillance.gouv: Stormshield works with the French government to improve digital security

Cybersecurity makes the headlines in France. On Tuesday, October 17th, the French public-private partnership called Action Contre la Cybermalveillance (ACYMA) launched a national platform to assist the victims of cybercrime. The goal of this platform is to raise awareness, help prevent crime, and assist the French population with matters related to digital security. As a European leader in security for digital infrastructures, Stormshield has decided to get on board with this project.

This national launch featured talks by Louis Gautier, Secretary General of Defense and National Security, Guillaume Poupard, Director of ANSSI, and Mounir Mahjoubi, Secretary of State in charge of Digital Affairs, and marks the first major event for ACYMA.

Learn more about the cybermalveillance.gouv platform


Make the digital world a sustainable and trustworthy environment

Stormshield is now directly involved in supporting and assisting the victims of cybercrime. A commitment that further affirms our values to “Build Trust” and create “Collaborative Success”.

“Our participation in this project is aligned with our mission to make the digital world a sustainable and trustworthy environment. We help companies and structures assume responsibility for all the data they manage,” said Matthieu Bonenfant, Marketing Director of Stormshield.

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Karine Monmarché Global Lead Marketing, Stormshield

Karine is Global Lead Marketing at Stormshield. Her multi-expertise background includes marketing and communication in all their guises. Well-versed in strategic and service offer marketing, in external, internal, Web & editorial communication, she has dedicated her career to exploring the areas she is passionate about: energy and new technologies in the broadest possible sense.