Our authorities have understood that cybersecurity is essential. And that all will not be done by decree . During the inaugural speech of the Assises de la Securite, which is held in Monaco, the head of the national authority in matters of security and defense of security systems 'information (Anssi) reassuredmid-sized companies that cannot find a solution either with the authority, in charge of OIV, or with Cybermalveillance, which aims to respond to the problems of small structures and the general public. And to detail that as part of the Recovery Plan, Anssi received an envelope of 136 million euros. 60 million are intended for local authorities which have discovered their weaknesses in terms of security says Guillaume Poupard, who wants to help them set foot in the stirrup. 25 million euros are intended for hospitals, whose successive and recent waves of ransomware have shown the weaknesses. It sounds light, but it allows you to prime and do security audits so you know what remains to be done . And the head of Anssi to specify that providers to perform these audits are actively sought. The hole in the racket in victim assistance There remains the hole in the racket in victim assistance. Acyma (Le Groupement d 'Interest Public Action contre la Cybermalveillance, and the Cybermalveillance site ) is not enough says Guillaume Poupard. This is the first time that the French authorities have recognized the weakness of this system in terms of needs. My hope was that Anssi and Acyma could come together. But the problem stems from our ability to come to the aid of organizations which are too small for Anssi and too big for Acyma he admits. Today an ETI who takes ransomware, she does not really have an interlocutor to turn to. But I resist the urge to have an Anssi who wants to do everything, and therefore risks doing wrong . L 'Anssi is therefore working on the misqe onregional CERT footing. We want to put a million euros per CERT, but that's not what will pay for CERT for ten years Guillaume Poupard nuances, however. The Anssi therefore sees this initiative as a starter . The idea is to launch CERTs, to train staff, and to associate them with the different sectors. The aim is to offer a network that includes CERTs, Anssi and Acyma. The fundamentals are not in place And this network will have a lot to do to educate professional users. As we often see, the fundamentals are not in place says Guillaume Poupard, taking up the theme of Back to fundamentals chosen for this edition of the Assises de la Securite . And to mention that in the context of Operation Cyber Month, the theme was passwords. We have been criticized for focusing on technologies from the past. But in reality we spend our lives using passwords.Many people benefit greatly from it . But we are not going to lie to each other, we do not make a decision maker dream by talking to him about the security of information systems. So we are talking about cybersecurity. If we want to convey our message, it's up to us to adapt our language . So the basics yes, but in a slightly glamorous and sexy language, which speaks to our leaders: money and responsibility .