Stéphane Mortier is currently deputy head of the Centre for Economic Security and Protection of Enterprises (CSECOPE) within the General Directorate of the French Gendarmerie and a member of the Gendarmerie National Research Community (CREOGN). He is assiciate lecturer at the University Gustave Eiffel. He has a degree in political science, sociology and international relations from the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), in strategic management and economic intelligence from the École de Guerre Économique, and a doctorate in management at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He is also the representative of the foreign sections of the ULB Alumni Union and chairs the French section (UAEF). Within this framework, he develops cooperation projects in Africa. He is a lecturer at the Ecole de Guerre Économique (Anti-Money Laundering), at the University of Likasi – DRC (Stategy, Business law). He is a founding member of the Cercle K2 and an active member of the Association pour l’Unification du Droit en Afrique (UNIDA). He is the author of some publications on economic intelligence.