Prime Minister’s Department, attached to the General Secretariat for Defense and National Security, the National Agency for the Security of Information Systems (ANSSI) is the national authority in charge of the defense and security of information systems. ANSSI brings its expertise and technical assistance to administrations and companies with a reinforced mission for the benefit of operators of vital importance. It provides a service for monitoring, detecting, alerting and responding to computer attacks.
As part of the “France Relance” Plan and the Future Investments Program, the French Government has launched a “Cybersecurity” acceleration strategy. This strategy was built in full collaboration between the competent authorities on cyber subjects and the players in the ecosystem (manufacturers, research organizations, communities, etc.). A total of € 1,039m is planned to finance this strategy, including more than € 700m of public money.
Enedis is an independent subsidiary of the EDF group since 2008. We manage the public electricity distribution network over 95% of the French territory and carry out all technical interventions (connection to the electricity network, troubleshooting, meter reading, etc.), regardless of the electricity supplier chosen by the customer.
Cybersecurity is a major challenge for our company and meets its main public service mission: guaranteeing the continuity and quality of the electricity supply for our 37 million customers.
GRTgaz is Europe’s second-largest gas carrier, with 32,500 km of pipes and 640 TWh of gas transported. The GRTgaz core purpose is: “Together, we enable an energy future that is safe, affordable and climate neutral”. GRTgaz is an innovative company undergoing a major transformation to adapt its network to new ecological and digital challenges. It is committed to a 100% carbon-neutral French gas mix by 2050. It supports the hydrogen and renewable gas sectors. GRTgaz carries out public service missions to guarantee the safety of gas transmission for its 945 customers.
Wherever critical decisions need to be made, Thales is present. In the Group’s markets (aeronautics, space, ground transport, security, defence), its equipment and systems help its customers to choose the best option and to act accordingly. The expertise of its 80,000 employees and its operational presence in 68 countries make it a key player in the safety of citizens, the infrastructure and states.
The mission of Thales Services Numériques is to continuously ensure performance, resilience and security of our customers’ critical information systems by accompanying them in the integration of technological innovations while keeping them safe from the cyber threat.