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About Simon Ulmer


Business Development Cybersecurity and Strategic partnership with Siemens at Atos and member of the Scientific Community

Simon Ulmer is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay and of the Ecole des Mines de Paris, he holds the rank of Ingénieur en Chef of the Corps des Mines. From 2011 to 2014 he was Economic advisor to the Prefect of the Rhône-Alpes region, working for the French Ministry of Economy and Finance. In 2014 he was appointed as Counselor for Economic Affairs at the Embassy of France in Berlin. In December 2017 he joined Atos SE being a technology enthusiast and globalized European himself. As a Franco-German he is developing the Siemens Global Alliance and as a computer geek (and maybe a bit of a control freak) he is enjoying promoting cybersecurity.




Articles posted by Simon Ulmer

Unlocking the code of life: mRNA, cybersecurity, and additive manufacturing

Exploring the building blocks of human life  The cells in our bodies are amazing pieces of finely tuned molecular machinery — working in sync with each other, interacting and producing every millisecond of the day.   Decoding our molecular machinery   Even more amazing is the protein assembly line within ribosomes. Ribosomes link amino acids…

Drone miniaturization – a journey toward smart dust

Microdrones and smart dust Smart Dust is defined as a swarm of free-flowing micro-electromechanical systems. A subcategory of smart dust is the dust that is self-propelled. In this case, the user has control over where the individual particles/motes go, making them easier to recover for clean up or reuse. Basically, this is a swarm of airborne micro-drones! What…

Collaboration for a cybersecure future

Establishing and maintaining trust is vital in the new digital economy. If trust is lost, markets will close, and businesses will fail. This is the stark reality for the digital transformation of companies. No one can afford to pass up the enormous potential of digitalization but at the same time no one can afford to run a system that is vulnerable to…

And does your offer include security?

How equipment manufacturers come to terms with new cybersecurity requirements from their clients. Imagine you are the procurement director for a hospital or an industrial company. Sales representative come along touting the latest features on their products which are now all capable of native IoT. This is great, fantastic value and new business models will be driven by data coming from…