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About Philippe Duluc


Chief Technology Officer, Atos Big Data & Security

Philippe Duluc graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, initially working as a military engineer, first for the French Ministry of Defence, and then for the Prime Minister’s office, in various security and technology management positions. After 20 years of service, he joined the private sector, first as the Corporate CSO for Orange Group, then as the Manager of Bull’s Cybersecurity Business Unit. After having put in place mission critical systems within Atos’ Big Data & Cybersecurity Division, he is now CTO of Atos’ Big Data & Security Division. He is an adviser to the European Network and Information European Agency, and has a keen interest in scientific and technical domains involved in information society development: cryptography, security, computing, communications, and Big Data, including future directions like the quantum revolution.




Articles posted by Philippe Duluc

Tech a minute video: The impact of Quantum technology on healthcare

Posted on: 4 December 2019On average, researchers spend 12 years working out which drugs are most effective in fighting disease. This process can be significantly shortened with quantum computers that have enough computational power to actually envision all possible outcomes. So, beside faster drug research what other benefits can we expect from quantum computing on…

The quantum computer, a promise for the future for the nuclear industry

Philippe Duluc Chief Technology Officer, Atos Big Data & Security and member of the Scientific Community Paul da Cruz Global Head of Consulting & Marketing, Energy & UtilitiesPosted on: 11 September 2018 The nuclear industry needs more and more computing power to meet the myriad challenges it faces. While today's supercomputers will be inadequate…

Securing digital Africa

In a recent post by our colleague Sophie Chambon-Diallo, we learnt how the new digital economy is accelerating the development of Africa. However, this progress has its consequences: increased cybercrime. In 2015, the number of global cyber-attacks grew by 38%, with threats rising across the African continent. Here, we explore how the threat landscape is growing even more complex in Africa, some of the new innovative solutions that are…