15 years gave Lexsi an unmatched experience in the cybersecurity space. Now the largest independent CERT in Europe, Lexsi enjoys a leadership position in the realm of threat intelligence, with more than 500 active customers.
Lexsi’s portfolio is made of premium services – notably audit, consulting and incident response – and products. Those are mostly softwares delivered through our SaaS platform: a front-end wherein Lexsi’s analysts deliver all their know-how and science. As a whole, our services and products are articulated around a structured approached of security: anticipate & retaliate.
Lexsi is now part of Orange Cyberdefense (Orange Business Services).
15 years gave Lexsi an unmatched experience in the cybersecurity space. Now the largest independent CERT in Europe, Lexsi enjoys a leadership position in the realm of threat intelligence, with more than 500 active customers. Lexsi’s portfolio is made of premium services – notably audit, consulting and incident response – and products. Those are mostly softwares delivered through our SaaS platform: a front-end wherein Lexsi’s analysts deliver all their know-how and science. As a whole, our services and products are articulated around a structured approached of security: anticipate & retaliate.
Large-scale criminal and terrorist networks pose a significant threat to the internal security of the European Union (EU) and to the safety and livelihood of its people. Europol helps to make Europe a safer place for the benefit of all EU citizens.
The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) was launched at Europol in January 2013 to strengthen the EU law enforcement response to cybercrime. The centre was tasked to focus on three areas:
Security Made In Lëtzebuerg – groupement d’intérêt économique (SMILE g.i.e.) – was born from the need to preserve and continue, within a permanent structure, the results obtained through many years of work in the field of the two programmes: CASES and CIRCL and the results of all Luxembourg activities supported by the European program ‘Safer Internet’ (organised under the name BEE SECURE henceforth).
Its work and aims rest on the “Information and Communication Systems Security Strategy” defined and managed by the Ministry of the Economy. The state of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, represented by three ministries (Ministry of Family, Integration and the Greater Region, Ministry of Education, Childhood and Youth, Ministry of the Economy) as well as local government federations SIGI (Syndicat Intercommunal de Gestion Informatique) and SYVICOL (Syndicat des Villes et Communes du Luxembourg) fund and manage SMILE g.i.e. as a partnership.
The financing details and mission statement of “security made in Lëtzebuerg” g.i.e. is governed by a 5-year agreement (only available in french), signed between the g.i.e. and its supervisory ministry, the Ministry of the Economy.
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The organisation of the Ministry of the Economy is determined by the powers conferred on it by the Grand-Ducal Decree of 4 December 2013 (.pdf, in French). The Minister, the Luxembourgian Secretary of State and the Ministry have been assigned to deal with all questions regarding the economic interest of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
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The European Cyber Security Group (ECSG) is Europe’s largest independent cyber defense force, created to address the growing threats to Europe’s cyber security.
Leverages the expertise of 600+ experts in cyber security
Has on the ground experience supporting 2,000 unique government and industry clients
Delivers seamless cooperation across member companies for agile and customized emergency response
Is an objective advocate and policy advisor on cyber crime risk, prevention, mitigation and effective cross-border cooperation
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The Signal Spam association gathers most French organisations focusing on spam prevention, from public authorities to Internet professionals. Signal Spam was founded in November 2005 through the work of the public-private concentration platform led by the French Directorate for Media Development (Direction du Développement des Médias).
It is intended to bring all efforts together in fighting and overcoming the struggle with spam scourge. Signal Spam meets this goal by offering a national spam reporting platform, in relation with relevant authorities. In addition, the www.signal-spam.fr website proposes much required information helping users protect themselves from spams and fight them.
The Centre for Cybersecurity Belgium (CCB) was created by Royal Decree of 10 October 2014 establishing the Centre for Cyber security Belgium and is under the authority of the Prime Minister.
The CCB calls on the administrative and logistical support of the Federal Public Service Chancellery of the Prime Minister in carrying out its assignments.
The Centre for Cyber security Belgium is the central authority for cybersecurity in Belgium. It will draft a national Cyber Security policy and encourage all relevant Belgian governments departments to make an adequate and integrated contribution.
The CCB will take over the management of the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) from the FPS Information and Communication Technology for the purpose of carrying out activities relating to the detection, observation and analysis of online security problems as well for providing continuous information related thereto to users.
La Poste is a French organisation operating in various sectors, including postal (mail, packages and express delivery), financial, mobile, digital, merchant (marketing, logitstics), e-commerce and data services provider.
La Poste subsidiaries are grouped under one entity Le Groupe la Poste. One of the major challenge for Le Groupe la Poste as a digital market leader is to do all it can to secure its clients data. Actively contributing to a not-for-profit organisation such as Phishing-Initiative allows us to better fulfill this commitment.
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) is the worldwide leader in software, services, and solutions that help both individual people and businesses rely on digital means to realise their full potential. Microsoft France was founded in 1983, employs 1,500 people, and has been chaired by Alain Crozier since July 2012.
The Sub-Directorate in charge of Fighting Cybercrime (SDLC) is one of the Central Directorates from the Judicial Police Department inside the National Police General Direction. It was established in April 2014, and include the Central Office for Fighting Information Technologies and Communication-Related Crime (Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité liée aux Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication – OCLCTIC), an interministerial service launched in 2000.
With its national territory, SLDC brings a complete response to the cybersecurity issues. It animates and coordinates through OCLCTIC the operationnal fight against cybercrime. It technically supports the other investigators’ departments, and manages the national network of CyberCrime Investigators (ICC).
It’s also the international Point of COntact, for instance for Interpol and Europol (EC3) for cybersecurity matters.
It provides two additional platforms for the citizens: www.internet-signalement.gouv.fr, operated by the “Plateforme d’Harmonisation, d’Analyse, de Recoupement et d’Orientation des Signalements (PHAROS), and Info-Escroqueries, a telephone « hotline » dedicated to scam and fraud victims.
Launched on January 6th, 2009, PHAROS collects and analyzes the reports of illicit contents on the Internet, in order to redirect them to and warn the adequate services in France and abroad. it’s available for citizens and organisations, including ISPs, hosting providers, social network operators, associations, etc?
SDLC also includes two other entities that provides additional expertises and services. Strategic Coordination bureau (BCS) follows the work related to understanding cyber evolution, and helps create the associated communication materials.
The new Analysis and Anticipation Division (DAA), established in September 2014? is in charge of protecting and raising awareness for individuals and SMEs on cyber threats. The division builds partnerships with public and private organisations in order to contribute to a better understanding of the risks, and ultimately reduce their impacts.
At PayPal, we put people at the center of everything we do. Founded in 1998, we continue to be at the forefront of the digital payments revolution, processing almost 11.6 million payments for our customers per day. PayPal gives people better ways to connect to their money and to each other, helping them send money without sharing financial information and with the flexibility to pay using their PayPal account balances, bank accounts, PayPal Credit and credit cards. With our 165 million active customer accounts, we have created an open and secure payments ecosystem people and businesses choose to securely transact with each other online, in stores and on mobile devices. PayPal is a truly global payments platform that is available to people in 203 markets, allowing customers to get paid in more than 100 currencies, withdraw funds to their bank accounts in 57 currencies and hold balances in their PayPal accounts in 26 currencies. PayPal is an eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) company. In September 2014, eBay Inc. announced the planned separation of eBay and PayPal into independent publicly traded companies in 2015. More information about PayPal can be found at www.paypal.com and www.paypal-media.com. More information about the planned separation of eBay and PayPal can be found at update.ebayinc.com.
The association AFPI (Association Française des Prestataires de l’Internet) was established in 1997 as AFA (Association des Fournisseurs d’Accès) on the initiative of the leading French Internet Service Providers, in order to meet two major goals:
Point de Contact derives from Internet Service Providers’ intent to take part in fighting abhorrent Internet content. It has been set up in 1998 by the Association des Fournisseurs d’Accès et de Services Internet (AFA), and allows users to report child pornography and racial hatred.
Meanwhile, as soon as in 1999, the European Commission’s Safer Internet Action Plan started supporting the creation of an international reporting service network, the INHOPE, including founding member the AFA. Since then, the European Commission’s successive programmes have been supporting the AFA’s Point de Contact and its European counterparts, funding 50 to 75% (depending on their contracts) to subsidise their action. Additional financial support is provided by the AFA’s members.