Wide Int is active globally, with a strong focus on Africa and the Middle East. We offer solutions to countries through local implementation of our experts. We have developed an excellent knowledge of the security issues specific to the African and Middle East context over several decades.
Today, the best technologies must be put at the service of the security of States but also of populations and goods. We intervene directly on site with our experts to define the appropriate solutions and guarantee perfect reliability in the expected performance.
Our commercial offer is aimed at countries, which are experiencing strong economic growth and, consequently, a significant increase in security needs, for example, around events, international meetings, the growth of tourism and counter-terrorism.
INTernational, we aim at acting globally, with a bespoke approach to each country or region depending on the specific needs of our clients. We develop a local presence to which is the only way to establish a longstanding relationsship with our clients
Jacques Salognon began his engineering career in 1971 at Olivetti, an Italian company specialising in computer science. Ten years later, he co-founded his first company, in the Paris region, specializing in the edition of microfiche, microfilm and laser. Jacques Salognon developed a taste for entrepreneurship in this nascent technological field in France and in 1991 created a second company, JBF Telecom, a company integrating network and Internet services. He was its managing director until the early 2000s, when he joined RCCS, a large company specializing in cyber-security. 2001 marks a turning point in Jacques Salognon’s career since he created Deveryware, a French company that has become a reference in terms of cyber-security and support for security professionals in their missions to secure people and property. More than 20 years later, Jacques Salognon continues his activities in cyber-intelligence technologies and turns to Africa and the Middle East with his new company, Wide Int’, heir to Deveryware’s skills.
A graduate of HEC, Olivier is an investment banker who began his career within Lazard, before creating his own boutique four years later specializing in mergers and acquisitions and fundraising. In 2005 join forces and co-founded L’Épervier Corporate Finance merged with Financière de Courcelles ten years later to create a leading international M&A mid-cap firm. In 2020 Olivier create Cyrnos Partners, a M&A and investment consulting firm. With these experiences, Olivier joins Wide Int’, heir to Deveryware’s expertise in forensics and telecommunications in Africa and the Middle East, in 2022, as CEO.
After an early career in publishing and the digital transformation of the world of press where he was successively sales manager and then deputy director, David wanted to use its experience by creating several structures in the fields of telecommunications and cyber-security. ECTC in the United States, NIGMA in France, Content Framework Software in London, David subsequently directed these structures and was brought to ensure the Business development, mainly abroad, in conjunction with high level contacts. It is therefore natural that he joins the Deveryware group in 2019 as Export Director of the group. Since December 2022, David has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Wide Int’, heir to Deveryware’s expertise in forensics and telecommunications in Africa and the Middle East in particular.
An experienced IT professional, Laurent holds a master’s degree from the University of Science and Technology of Lille. He has proven experience in the telecommunications sector, having worked for: Schlumberger Technologies, CELOGIC, Chelton Telecom and Microwave, ELEXO, GENERALE DE TECHNOLOGIES and NEXA TECHNOLOGIES. Laurent is a specialist in management, business development, wide area networks (WAN), wireless technologies and telecommunications. He is now Telecom Director at Wide Int’, heir to the Deveryware group’s expertise in forensics and telecommunications in Africa and the Middle East.
Commander of the research unit of the Gendarmerie Nationale for 34 years, Didier has extensive experience in judicial investigations and criminal investigations. He is also a specialist in forensic science in the maritime field. Didier decided to use this expertise to train lawyers, magistrates, police, gendarmes, coast guards and military personnel in forensic science on the management of an offence scene and on the post-attack scenes. Between 2014 and 2023, he is also Co-Manager of Forensic Consulting France, Technical and Commercial Director of Forensic International Solutions and Director of Forensic Materials Solutions. Didier joins Wide Int’, heir to Deveryware’s expertise in forensics and telecommunications in Africa and the Middle East, as Director of the Forensic Division in June 2023