Finding solutions to the problems of sensitive operators
During my studies at the École Supérieure d'Ingénieurs Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée in 2010, I was an apprentice at the Direction Générale de l'Armement where I worked on the centralisation of information and communication systems (ICS). I was monitoring technologies related to Microsoft and Outlook, managing relations with private service providers and developing a new system for military personnel on the front line. Today, centralisation of CIS is commonplace, but at the time it was an innovative subject!
After graduating, I wanted to solve similar problems with a real impact on the ground and I had the opportunity to do so for pilots at Dassault Aviation. I created algorithms and graphical models to explain incidents from data collected by the aircraft during the flight.
Obtaining expertise in airport security and information systems
I found the sector I am most passionate about when I joined Aéroport de Paris as a CIS project manager. I learned how to design innovative applications for airport operations, but also how to recruit and grow talents in a team. These experiences are key for my role at Auxilia. I also mastered the cybersecurity constraints and the best practices required by our customers, including at the European level by taking part in the CESAR project which consists in the exchange of information between airports.
Be the architect of Auxilia's software and team
Auxilia gives me the opportunity to build a well-trained team in a startup with a strong growth potential. Having already been an employee of the ADP group, I am convinced that our AIRIS product meets a clear security need and significantly improves detection rates. I am happy to architect the code and to accompany our customers in this mission.