HF 2022 - Call for Papers

Jean Loup P. G. Le Roux

Jean Loup is a highly regarded global expert on cybersecurity. He has worked with Wall Street firms, Fortune 100 companies and Silicon Valley start-ups, as a strategic advisor and consultant. Mr. Le Roux is also an entrepreneur in his own right, having founded multiple companies worldwide.

His ability to get to the heart of business risk, coupled with his 15 years of experience in cybersecurity has shaped him into a seasoned authority with unmatched insight into this complex industry. Mr. Le Roux also has ample experience dealing with C-level challenges of large-scale organizations with domestic and international operations.

He is frequently invited to contribute to news outlets and speak at events. Having started out with a master’s degree in computer science and a background in engineering, Mr. Le Roux found his first start-up in the aerospace field, for which he won the Thales Innovation Award for achievements in Critical Infrastructure Protection. Before that, he was involved in the Diplomacy and Defense sector, lending his skills to strengthen national security.

Over the years, Mr. Le Roux has earned multiple credentials from the Department of Homeland Security, and industry certifications such as CISSP, CCSP, and ISO 27001 Lead Auditor. He has also had various teaching stints at the University of Washington (WA), St-Thomas University (FL), and the Polytechnique University of Montreal (QC).

At Henri & Wolf, Mr. Le Roux is now focusing on cloud security, emerging technologies, and privacy protection. He is also helping companies get certified against international standards through accredited schemes such as ISO.

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Le droit et la cybersécurité : qui est responsable quand un objet connecté disjoncte ?

Cette présentation portera non seulement sur le cadre juridique, mais également sur les impacts techniques pour les développeurs, ingénieurs et entrepreneurs œuvrant dans un cadre technologique en répondant à des questions telles que : (1) Quelles sont les obligations des entreprises à l’égard de leurs produits en termes de sécurité ? (2) Qu’est-ce que ces obligations signifient pour les cycles de développement ? (3) Quelles sont les considérations en termes de conception, et comment s’assurer qu’elles soient prises en compte ? (4) Comment peut-on vérifier la conformité avec des tests fonctionnels et non-fonctionnels quant aux produits ? (5) Qui est responsable lorsqu’un produit ne rencontre pas les normes de sécurité et de conception technologique ? (6) Quelles sont nos prédictions pour les prochains mois ?