Fabrice Lollia


Laureate of the thesis prize for security and crisis management 2020

Medal of Honour of the French National Police 2021


Fabrice LOLLIA comes from the specialised services of the French national police. PhD and EMBA, he is a specialist in security issues relating to new technologies.

His professional doctoral thesis focuses on implementing an anti-kidnapping security solution and its impact on the French Embassy in Kabul. (Afghanistan)

Author of the book l’organisation face au Kidnapping, his researchers are regularly published in scientific journals and newspapers in France and abroad.

He teaches in several institutions in organisations’ security management and digital transformation.
He is currently the head of security France for the German multinational Siemens Gamesa renewable energy.






Fabrice lollia holds a master’s degree in economic intelligence and risk analysis, an Executive Master of Business Administration and a PhD in information and communication sciences.



Rennes School Of Business

Executive Master of Business Administration

International professional master’s degree aimed at understanding and integrating the principles of management and business functions within large companies, considering multiculturalism in management practice. This master’s degree enables the development of leadership skills with a “digital business” orientation.



Gustave Eiffel University
Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs

Doctorate in information and communication sciences

Professional doctorate in action research in the framework of the protection management of the French embassy and its employees (ambassadors, diplomats,…) in Afghanistan through the implementation of an anti-kidnapping security technology.


Master IEAR

Université Gustave Eiffel

Master’s degree in information sciences, economic intelligence and risk analysis

Professional Master’s degree aims to understand the problems linked to the competition of companies in France and abroad, to implement and manage a crisis unit, and to identify informational risks, strategies of influence, and counter influence.


Laureate of the thesis prize for security and crisis management 2020

Medal of Honour of the National Police 2021

Professional Experiences

Head of Security France

Siemens Gamesa

Management and implementation of a safety policy within France’s most significant industrial project for renewable energy.

Since 2022


Rennes School of Business

Teaching quantitative methodology and supervising the Grandes Écoles programm students in their graduating project.

Since 2021


Isen Yncrea Ouest engineering school

Teacher in the Master 2 cybersecurity course. Teaching on the legislative aspect related to cybercrime and in the context of the digitalisation of companies.

Since 2021

Security Advisor

Presidency of the Ile de France region

Writing of scientific research notes on issues related to public security, terrorism and new security technologies.


Security officer in charge of the protection of threatened civil, governmental and political figures in France and abroad

Ministry of the Interior

Department for the Protection of VIP. Sub-Directorate for Personalities at Risk


Judicial Police Officer, Deputy Head of Group

Paris Police Headquarters

Judicial investigations control the legality of arrests and processing common-law offences within a judicial unit composed of judicial police officers.



Thesis, Book

Thèse de Doctorat

LOLLIA, F. (2019). Aide à la décision en situation de crise. Les nouvelles technologies pour la prévention sécuritaire des entreprises : Limites et opportunités. Université Paris Est Marne la Vallée.

Ouvrage : L’organisation face au kidnapping

LOLLIA, F. (2020). L’organisation face au kidnapping : Quelle solution face au kidnapping contre rançon ? Édition Emerit Publishing.

Press and Scientific Journals

Organisation en milieu hostile

LOLLIA, F. (2019). Organisation en milieu hostile : L’effet de la géolocalisation sur l’organisation en milieu terroriste. Journal of Human Mediatised Interactions/Revue des Interactions Humaines Médiatisées, 20(2).

Le terrorisme à l’ère numérique

LOLLIA ,F. (2021).Le terrorisme à l’ère numérique.

Cahier de la justice et de la sécurité. Institut des Hautes Etudes du Ministère de l’Intérieur.

Le sentiment d’insécurité dans les transports en commun

LOLLIA, F. (2021). Le sentiment d’insécurité dans les transports en commun. International Security Analysis (ISA).

Terrorisme, internet et réseaux sociaux

LOLLIA, F. (2021). Terrorisme, internet et réseaux sociaux. International Security Analysis (ISA).

La déradicalisation : Mythe ou réalité ?

LOLLIA, F. (2021). La déradicalisation : Mythe ou réalité ? International Security Analysis (ISA).

Cyberattaques et kidnapping des données

LOLLIA, F. (2021). Cyberattaques et kidnapping des données : Comment protéger les organisations des rançongiciels ? TheConversation.com.

Caméras corporelles sur les policiers français

LOLLIA, F. (2021). Caméras corporelles sur les policiers français : Ce que nous apprend l’expérience des États-Unis et du Canada. TheConversation.com.

Technologies de surveillance

Technologies de surveillance: comment dépasser les réticences psychologiques.

Le parcours atypique de Fabrice Lollia

Itinéraire d’un gamin antillais devenu policier et docteur en sciences de l’information et de la communication.


Organisation protection

Organisations today are victims of a security risk that is characterised in different ways:

  • A human risk: the security of employees is now that of the company, which must meet its security obligation.
  • A material risk: theft, damage and destruction of goods are an integral part of the daily security problems of organisations.
  • An intangible risk: In the age of cybercrime and digital transformation, the risk linked to data and its protection is now well established within organisations.

My expertise lies in the protection of organisations in order to provide them with optimal security in the face of various threats aimed at undermining their survival.

Organisations digital transformation

Organisations are now entering the world of digitalisation. To do this, dematerialisation is at the heart of the new organisational issues.

Autissier (2016) argues that companies that are mature in terms of digital transformation perform 26% better than the average of their competitors.

On the other hand, digital transformation is often doomed to failure; two out of three transformation strategies fail among the surveys conducted. An alarming reality that requires rethinking the management of this type of transformation differently and evolutionarily.

It is, therefore, the question of considering the human being and its complexity in a perspective of change: a strategy at the heart of my expertise.




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