Bio

Rencontrez les membres du CCTT en Cybersécurité


François Perron

CyberQuébec.org's Director

François Perron, ing, M.Sc.A. is an enthusiast of technological innovation, IT security in general and telecommunications. Very active in Quebec’s innovative ecosystem, he leads CyberQuébec.org, the CCTT of Cybersecurity at Cégep de l'Outaouais.

Email: francois.perron@cyberquebec.org
Phone: (819) 770-4012 extension: 3315

Renaud Levesque B. Ing, Poly.

Consultant

Recently retired DG at the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security founded in October 2018 by CSE. During his 30 years at National Defence, he was responsible for the research, design, development, implementation and management of many unique and innovative computer and communications systems. He is now very pleased to be able to help shape the next generation at CyberQuébec.

Email: renaud.levesque@cyberquebec.org

Alexandre Lessard B. Ing, ÉTS

Support Counselor

Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the “École de technologie supérieure” (2017), Alexandre Lessard is enthusiastic about creating content, both physical and virtual. Cybersecurity having stung his curiosity, Alexandre appreciates the challenge of effectively creating projects while keeping them resistant to different types of cyber attacks. Participating at various “Capture The Flag” (CTF) competitions, he keeps himself informed on the various new vulnerabilities. He is also interested, among other things, in the creation of video games (including VR and AR) as well as 3D printing.

Email: alexandre.lessard@cyberquebec.org

Nabila Arezki M. Ing

Project Manager

Nabila Arezki recently graduated from the Graduate Diploma specializing in Information Science and Technology at UQO. She has two master's degrees, one in computer systems and the other in image and multimedia. Enthusiastic, curious and passionate about science and technology, In July 2019, she joined the friendly and dynamic team of CyberQuébec.org, CCTT in cybersecurity at Cégep de l'Outaouais as project manager. Cybersecurity is a subject that is on the rise, which allows us within our team to innovate, explore and seek solutions for all vulnerable situations.

Email: Nabila.Arezki@cyberquebec.org

Christian Belzil-Lacasse MS

Gestionnaire de Projets

Graduated with a bachelor's degree in Physics and a master's degree in Applied Mathematics, Christian Belzil-Lacasse has been teaching at Cégep de l'Outaouais since 2015. In 2019, he jumped at the opportunity to join the CCTT in cybersecurity as a project manager. Cybersecurity proved to be the perfect subject to put into practice his passion for problem solving with innovative solutions, and this, within the dynamic team of CCTT.

Email: Christian.Belzil-Lacasse@cyberquebec.org

Antoine Nolet B. ing, ÉTS

Electrical Engineering Professor

Graduated with a Bachelor`s degree in Electrical Engineering at the École de technologie supérieure since summer 2017, Antoine is a jack of all trades. He finds his motivation by seeking to experimentally understand the world around him. To get to the bottom of things, he is always ready to face the challenges he encounters. Cybersecurity interests him particularly since it is a world where there is still much to discover, whether in the search for technical solutions, the understanding of certain social phenomena or the quantification of the risks associated with cybersecurity.

Email: Antoine.Nolet@cyberquebec.org

Francis Lance B. ing, ÉTS

Certification Specialist

Graduated with a Bachelor`s degree in Electrical Engineering at the École de technologie supérieure since summer 2017, Francis is very creative in how to solve problems. He is enthusiastic and always ready to overcome the problems he faces. He joined the dynamic CCTT team to participate in cybersecurity research and advancement.

Email: Francis.Lance@cyberquebec.org

Patrick St-Louis

Student, Founder of the <ECHO> Student Club

After deepening the culinary arts internationally for 10 years, Patrick sees himself seeking new expertise in the field of cybersecurity. Primarily motivated by offensive security audits and software analysis, he enjoys finding configuration errors in preexisting systems and breaking software. This is how he began his studies in networking and cybersecurity at Cégep de l'Outaouais. In less than a year, he started the offensive security club ECHO and joined the CyberQuébec.org team.

Email: Patrick.St-Louis@cyberquebec.org