- Associé Conseil - Cybersécurité
Philippe Trouchaud became a partner in 2002 and is a member of the PwC France and Maghreb Executive Committee in his role as Chief Technology Officer. He is responsible for the Cyber Intelligence business at EMEA level.
For nearly 25 years now, Philippe has been advising the general management and governance bodies of major groups, as well as key players in digital technology. His areas of responsibility range from digital transformation to security strategies and tech-driven innovation.
He is a recognised expert in cybersecurity and has written several books on the topic, including “La cybersécurité au-delà de la technologie” (Cybersecurity beyond technology), which won the International Cybersecurity Forum prize.
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