PROTECT YOUR E-BUSINESS WITH THE FIRST AUTOMATED CYBER INVESTIGATION PLATFORM
USING AI TECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE ILLICIT ACTIVITY
An SaaS decision support tool that uses e-drones to automatically detect and track digital footprints , partnered with expert support to perform evaluations, cyber investigations and operational reporting.
Webdrone is all about:
- Unique crawling expertise
- The only platform that mimics the thought patterns and approach of professional investigators
- An unlimited playground
- Clear, deep, and dark web
- Any marketplace or social network
- All languages
- Any private database, social media or open source intelligence (OSINT)
- Concrete results
- Practical, ready-to-use reports to initiate legal action
WE BELIEVE IN
Establishing tools and strategies to effectively tackle cyber crime in all its forms.
We save you time and money while delivering concrete results.
Embodying the know-how of digital forensics experts in a digital software solution to provide tools that can be used by anyone to tackle cyber crime.
Webdrone was created in 2011, with the goal of developing an SaaS platform that would address and adapt to current and future cyber crime. The idea was born when two people with a passion for digital technology and transformation came together, each offering complementary skill sets.
President and Co-Founder
Gérald Poitevineau is an expert in business intelligence and the automation of monitoring processes, with a keen interest in intelligent embedded systems. Since 1995, after completing a Master’s in business intelligence and complexity management at SKEMA (CERAM), and a Master of Advanced Study in strategic technical monitoring at the Université Aix Marseille III, he has continuously been working to develop bots (eDrones) that replicate a human experience in the digital world in order to enhance monitoring and analytical capabilities.
CEO and Co-Founder
Hervé Putigny is a legal expert registered with the Dijon Court of Appeal. He holds a Master’s in Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) from the University of Technology of Troyes and is currently a PhD student at the University of Burgundy.
He spent 17 years working with the French military police as a cybercrime investigator in the forensics team in Dijon, where he headed up several complex investigations. He then joined the ANSSI (French National Cybersecurity Agency) where he was in charge of security issues related to cloud computing for interministerial and European projects.
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