CyberSecurity Dialogues

Stéphane Mortier

Deputy head of the Centre for Economic Security and Protection of Enterprises, French Gendarmerie

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.