Prof. Bertrand Venard is Rector of the French University of Armenia and Associate Researcher at the OII. He has developed several research projects about cybersecurity and corruption as Professor at Audencia Business School
Dr Bertrand Venard
Fraud, corruption, cybersecurity.
Position held at the OII:
- Research Associate, August 2020 –
- Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, August 2018 – August 2020
Participants: Professor Bertrand Venard, Professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger
Through empirical research, this project seeks to understand the determinants of individual cyber security behaviours of students in France and the UK.
17 June 2020 The Conversation
European authorities have finally decided to make credible justice decisions against firms that use bribery and other forms of corruption to maintain and develop their business.
‘The lockdown will never be for me’: investigating cognitive and emotional behaviours around social distancing
4 May 2020 Association of MBAs
Despite stricter policing methods, warnings, fines and in some cases arrests, there is a systematic rejection of the lockdown among some people. How can we explain this phenomenon? Bertrand Venard investigates
14 April 2020 Les Echos
Containment is not always respected in France as elsewhere. Its refusal is sometimes systematic among certain citizens. How can we explain it?
4 February 2020 Ouest France
Despite the millions invested in the fight against corruption, a recent study by Transparency International shows that this scourge is progressing. How to explain the endemic corruption in certain nations?
16 October 2019 The Conversation
As President Xi Jinping celebrated the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China with a massive military parade, the United States president threatened to raise taxes on Chinese products.
20 June 2019 The Conversation
Faced with cyber risks, the first displays were technical at first. Specialists quickly proposed strategies and technical tools to deal with it.
1 January 2019 The Conversation
On November 30, 2018, Marriott International announced an enormous data breach concerning 500 million clients, the second biggest ever. With new data breaches being announced almost daily, you have to ask yourself, how is this possible?
13 December 2018 Les Echos
Every day, an organization reports a massive data leak or a successful cyber attack. Latest: Marriott has just announced the theft of personal and bank data for 500 million customers. What should we learn from this new affair?
In the past five years, my work has been financially supported by the European Union (Cybersecurity Project, N° 792137), the United Nations (Global Compact, Principles for Responsible Management Education, PRME), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), the Government of Bhutan (Anti-Corruption Commission of Bhutan), and the Audencia Foundation (France). As part of my science communication and policy outreach, I have served on the boards of Crédit Mutuel (bank), Institut Kervegan (think tank), Audencia Business School, MACIF (insurance) in an unpaid advisory capacity.
An Integrity statement is a means to declare my scientific sponsorship. It is also an opportunity to explain that my research projects have substantial ethical components. With a predominant interest in the fight against economic crimes, I consider my work as the creation and distribution of knowledge to help in the moralization of our economies. Advising a government to reduce corruption is clearly a scientific project that brings ethical values. In the same line, the cybersecurity project aims at understanding the determinants of cybersecurity behaviours, alongside helping combat cybercrime through ad-hoc prevention strategy development.