Bruno Rouchouze, mathematics applied and computer engineer obtained a thesis in image processing at CNRS in 1995. He integrated Gemplus in 1997. He managed the Information Security Group whose principal missions were: infrastructure security in prudent product engineering, threat analyses and flaw identification, and security evaluations. His group obtained first Common Criteria certificates in the world at levels EA1+ & EAL5+ for Java Card, EAL4 for native OS, and EAL4 augmented with AVA_VLA.4 for a smart card. Bruno became the Deputy Director for the Applied Research and Security Center at Gemplus in 2004. During this period, he represented Gemplus at Eurosmart and was Chairman of the Security Working Group for five years. Principal missions were focusing on common criteria with JIL and ICCB, and frauds issues for banking areas with the European Commission. He initiated the International Smart Card Certification Initiatives with BSI’ support in 2003 and was the convenor of ISCI from 2003 to 2006.
Bruno integrated the ID Department of Gemalto as senior expert in 2006. After standards management, he managed governmental affairs for all ID topics (ePassport, eID, eHealth, eResident, eDL, eRegistration, eVisa…) for 5 years. He was in charge of the relationships with the European institutions, participated and followed the key European programs (IAS, large scale pilots, Digital Agenda, specific expert working groups as e-Mobidig). He also created the eID working group at Eurosmart and leaded it from 2006 to 2011.
Since mid 2011, Bruno is in charge of funding programs for the Security and Identity division at Gemalto. And he chairs the security & Identity strategic business area group for the cluster SCS from 2012. Bruno have written more than 100 articles connected with image processing, security, evaluation processes, privacy issues, identification, authentication and digital signature. And he has been owned 14 patents connected with electronic identities and biometry through Gemplus and Gemalto.