Jean-Loup Richet is Information Systems Service Manager at Orange, PhD candidate at the University of Nantes (France) and Research Associate at ESSEC Business School – Institute for Strategic Innovation & Services. He graduated from the French National Institute of Telecommunications, Telecom Business School, and holds a research master’s from IAE/HEC Paris.
Expert in IS Security, Jean-Loup Richet has published numerous articles in scientific and trade journals and is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences in Information Systems. He contributes regularly to Infosecurity Magazine, ComputerWorld, and Herdict (a project of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University). He is also a guest lecturer in IS Risk Management at Sorbonne Graduate Business School (International MBA).
Why I Joined The Analogies Project
“As a lecturer in Risk Management, I am attracted by the very essence of the Analogies Project: educate, raise awareness and engage through a combination of innovative medium and messages – that’s pedagogy at its finest. As a researcher, I am interested in how to align the actions of users with Information security policies. The Analogies Project provide an innovative and unorthodox way to make end users aware of IS security challenges and policies. I believe in the academic and practical implications of this original project, and look forward to contribute to it.”
My AnalogiesThe Anxious Ant and the Lazy Grasshopper La Fourmi Soucieuse et la Cigale Paresseuse