Securaxis is a start-up founded in Geneva at the end of 2015 by people used to working in conflict zones, unstable regions and unsafe cities. They joined forces to develop the tools they would have liked to have available to them to ensure their colleagues’and their own safety
Convinced that new technologies can and should help to ensure better security and access to security information, the Securaxis team has developed these tools, which are only the first step towards building an ecosystem to manage the safety of individuals using the latest technologies.
With the understanding that security is a concern for everyone, not only professional travelers, Securaxis has designed tools that helps manage each and everyone’s safety.
MSc Information Systems Management. Business technology specialist with 11 years experience in the humanitarian aid sector, he has worked in several conflict areas. Passionate about bridging technology and people.
With 8 years experience in research and development and a Ph.D in computer science, Anthony has worked as a researcher and developer on big European research projects such as ACCENT and HobNet.Passionate about security and software, he has experience and knowledge in pentesting.
Johann holds a professional license in mobile computing development, and has a 5-year experience in mobile development for iOS and Android, including geolocation projects. He has accompanied Securaxis since the development of the first prototype in 2015.
With more than 10 years’ experience as a professional software developer, Dimitri has worked for substantially-sized international experiments such as CERN and AMS for many years where he gained significant global experience. He is passionate about Mobile and Backend development.
Securaxis Advisory Board
Former President/CEO of Global Duracell, Stassi Anastassov is a Senior Advisor at CDH Investments, one of the largest alternative asset management institutions focused on China.
Andrej Podvrsic is currently Chief Security Officer at The Chemours Company.
He is an active member of ISMA (International Security Management Association) and of the EICSM (European Institute of Corporate Security Managament).
Robin Coupland was formerly a field surgeon for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). He is now Medical Adviser with respect to the impact of weapons and violence.
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