To fulfill a desire to diversify markets and acquire new technological bricks, since 2018 the group has incorporated two subsidiaries Tracip and Crisotech to complete its service offering.
The group’s solutions enable it to speed up investigations, analyse evidence,
secure against risks and manage crises.
In October 2022, Deveryware, along with its subsidiaries Tracip and Crisotech, joined Flandrin Technologies, the cyber division of the ChapsVision group, a leading player in cyber intelligence and cybersecurity, offering a sovereign solution dedicated to the defense, intelligence and security markets.
TRACIP is an expert in digital forensics and has a forensics dedicated range.
Since it was created in 1994, TRACIP has invested in the recovery and processing of evidence collected during police investigations. It is known as a service provider of the Ministry of the Interior, for its practical expertise and its training, consulting and support.
Crisotech, a specialist in risk and crisis management consulting and training, is to join forces with the Deveryware Group in 2020, with a view to supplementing our service offering in the area of crisis management.
A truly innovative company, Crisotech was the first company to have conceived of the “Social Room” in 2015, an exercise dedicated to measuring the media pressure of social networks in the event of a crisis.
With its experience in France, the group has been developing internationally for several years thanks to a flexible strategy, adapted to each territory and each market.
The Deveryware Group also operates in Europe (England, Spain and France) and South America (Argentina).
Our ability to innovate, our values of respect for privacy and our historical knowledge of the security market make the Deveryware Group a recognized trusted partner with many stakeholders around the world, such as Services to the Prime Minister, the French Ministries of the Interior, Justice, Economy and Finance, as well as private actors such as Total, LVMH, Axa and Veolia.