Camille is Policy Manager for Eurosmart, an association representing the Digital Security Industry for multisector applications. As part of her role, she supervises policy aspects relating to microelectronics, cybersecurity, digital identity, artificial intelligence, with a focus on standards and certification. She has strong knowledge on related legislations, such as the Circular Electronics Initiative, the AI Act, the Cybersecurity Act, the eIDAS Regulation.
Prior to this position, she worked for Alliance pour la Confiance Numérique (Alliance for Digital Trust).
Camille is fully familiar with the European microelectronics and cybersecurity ecosystems, in particular from an industry perspective.
Camille holds a master's degree in EU law from Leiden University (The Netherlands) and a master's degree in political science from Science Po Rennes (France).
She is fluent in English, French and Spanish.
As part of her missions for Alliance pour la Confiance Numérique, Camille gave monthly presentations on European developments relating to cybersecurity and digital identity at Bretagne Développement Innovation (Regional Development Agency). These events gathered experts from the Brittany's cybersecurity ecosystem.
Camille took part in the organisation of several events on cybersecurity and digital identity.