Brunessen Bertrand awarded at the 2022 European Cyberwomenday

Brunessen Bertrand is a professor of public law at the Faculty of Law and Political Science and a specialist in data governance. Her work and career path have been rewarded with the European Cyber 2022 Woman of the Year Award.
Brunessen Bertrand lors de la cérémonie de remise des prix au Trophée européen de la Femme Cyber 2022

Created by the Cefcys, Cercle des femmes de la Cybersécurité, each year, the Cyber Women's Awards recognise women with remarkable backgrounds and achievements across Europe.
On Thursday 20 October, the jury, chaired by Marta de Cidrac, Senator of Yvelines, and placed under the high patronage of Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister of Energy Transition, and Chiara Corazza, member of the G7 Gender Equality Council, awarded the 2022 Trophies during the 3rd edition of the European Cyberwomenday organised on the Cyber Campus, in the La Défense district.

Professor at the Université de Rennes 1, Brunessen Bertrand was awarded the Coup de Coeur prize, a few days after the inaugural conference of her Jean Monnet "DataGouv" chair entitled The Digital and Green Transition: Les enjeux de la transition numérique à la lumière du Green Deal.

She is responsible for the European Integration research axis at IODE and the Centre de recherches européennes de Rennes (CEDRE), and is also an associate researcher at the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technologies (OBVIA).
Brunessen Bertrand is one of the main contributors to the new "Code de la cybersécurité" published in June (Dalloz). Her next book, "La politique européenne du numérique", will be published in December (monograph published by Bruylant).

Brunessen Bertrand is a professor of public law at the Faculty of Law and Political Science and a specialist in data governance. Her work and career path have been rewarded with the European Cyber 2022 Woman of the Year Award.
In the current geopolitical crisis, there is a need for more talent, both female and male, to be active and valued in cybersecurity, a sector that is essential to ensure stability, sustainability and peace.

Chiara Corazza, member of the G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council