Avisa Partners’ technical teams, made up of sixty engineers specializing in cybersecurity issues, develop innovative offensive scenarios to protect the intellectual capital of companies, institutions, and governments. This expertise and its considerable added value are recognized and accredited by the French government.
In France, Avisa Partners’ cybersecurity subsidiary Lexfo is certified by the National Agency for Information Systems Security (ANSSI), which has recognized it as an Information Technology Security Evaluation Center (CESTI) for First Level Security Certification (CSPN). Accredited areas include:
  • Intrusion detection
  • Anti-virus
  • Malware protection
  • Firewall
  • Managing and administering security systems
  • Identification, authentication, and access control
  • Secure communications channels
  • Secure messaging services
  • Secure storage
  • Programmable logic controller (PLS)
Our operations are currently undergoing PRIS (Security Incident Response Provider) certification for control, system analysis, network analysis, and malware analysis.
Critical systems audits
  • Security audits : pentesting, Red Team audits, product security assessments, architecture audits, and security protocol reviews
  • Application security: code source analysis, reverse engineering, and secured developments
  • Securing M&A transactions for investors: auditing assets, information systems, technology and control system architectures, as well as conducting security assessments of the post-closing integration of information systems
Threat monitoring
  • Mapping online exposure
  • Deploying external SaaS surveillance services (Ambionics)
  • Monitoring public information leaks
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence
Incident response
  • IT investigations
  • Malware analysis
  • Developing forensics tools
Investigating and combating economic cybercrime
  • Individual security protection (threats, identity theft, harassment, defamation, etc.)
  • Fighting fraud (phishing, ransomware, fraudulent use of payment methods, etc.)
  • Analyzing and interdicting parallel markets (darkweb), counterfeiting, and piracy
Operational training
  • Crisis management exercises carried out under real conditions
  • Raising awareness and sharing practical expertise with stakeholders
Research and development (R&D) and innovation
  • Analyzing emerging threats
  • Identifying vulnerabilities
  • Conducting technical monitoring
  • Designing and developing security applications