Defense & Homeland Security

Defence & Homeland Security

Globalisation, the emergence of new superpowers and the shift of economic power pose several challenges. The surge of migrants seeking refuge in Europe in the last few years demand a more coordinated approach to border control as well as a new generation of centralised and interoperable EU systems. Security threats target basic national interests and in most cases take place in the digital space. Security in technology for security has never been more important.

In this context, defence and national security organisations need to be adaptable with flexible systems, high mobility and people with the right skills.

What can we contribute?

Sopra Steria Benelux contributes for nearly two decades, to further developing centralised databases and services around border control and migration. Our solutions meet high requirements for availability, resilience and security. We also provide services to clients in various security domains such as law enforcement, emergency services, border control, the national registry, criminal law and international social security. We employ a significant number of ex-service and security cleared personnel who ensure we understand the issues our defence and security clients face.

Digital Enablers:

European Union, Schengen, Member States, Mission-critical, Large-scale Systems, Consulting, Technology


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Contact our experts

Didier Gilbert

Business Unit Director Homeland Security, Defence and Aeroline


Patrick Martens

Deputy Director Homeland Security, Defence and Aeroline