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Airbus Protect explains: the job of a project manager

Do you want to know what the life of a Project Manager at Airbus Protect looks like? Let’s meet Audrey. How did you end up working at  Airbus Protect? In 2018, wanting to move to the Toulouse region, I was searching for a company offering positions as a design engineer in operational safety. Following several [...]

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The Bromium vSentry solution is a product deployed on end-user workstations which takes advantage of hardware virtualisation features in order to isolate untrusted or exposed software. As part of this analysis, it is possible for a non-privileged user to cause a Denial of Service (DoS) in the client side application of Bromium vSentry 4.0.3.2060. A […]

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Airbus Protect: modelling accidental phenomena for better risk management

Interview with Alban MAHON – Accidental Phenomena Modelling Specialist at Airbus Protect Can you tell us about your work in relation to safety and industrial risks linked to hydrogen? For the last eight years I have been working in quantification of consequences related to accidental phenomena. This includes, for example, fires, explosions and the release […]