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DCPJ partnership agreement

January 21, 2021

Serenicity and the Direction Centrale de la Police Judiciaire sign a partnership agreement to fight against cybercriminal networks.

Catherine Chambon, deputy director of the fight against cybercrime at the Direction Centrale de la Police Judiciaire (DCPJ) and the company Serenicity, represented by its general manager Fabrice Koszyk, signed a partnership agreement on Thursday, January 21 in Nanterre.

This is a cooperation between the public and private sectors in order to consolidate sovereign solutions to fight against cybercrime, whose cost is colossal. 1000 billion euros to the global economy in 2020, or more than 50% since 2018 (*).

The aim of this alliance between the judicial police and Serenicity, whose know-how in the treatment of cyber-toxicity of exchanges is recognized, aims to strengthen the means of identifying threats targeting all types of actors (local authorities, institutions, companies, associations, citizens). Indeed, for Catherine Chambon, deputy director of the fight against cybercrime, "fighting cybercrime and anticipating the increasingly complex attacks requires a partnership approach with key players in the field of cybercrime. in the field of cybercrime. Serenicity thus enters the virtuous circle of efficient and innovative solutions to the service of the State alongside Wavestone and Orange.

About the SDLC

The SDLC, a sub-directorate of the Central Directorate of the Judicial Police (DCPJ) of the General Directorate of the National Police (DGPN), was created in April 2014 to respond to the widespread use of new technologies in the commission of crimes and is part of a general context of mobilization of public institutions to provide responses to the threats related to cybercrime.

About Serenicity

Serenicity strengthens the security of information systems of small, medium and large organizations by developing innovative, collaborative and sovereign solutions. Serenicity's ambition is to provide the greatest number of people with the precision security necessary to protect their IT resources.

(*) Source: Study by the cybersecurity software publisher McAfee and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).