Cyber Investor Days

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Date: 
27/11/2018 to 28/11/2018

On 27th and 28th November in Berlin, Germany, ECSO is organizing in collaboration with Secunet and TeleTrusT, the Cyber Investor Days.

The most promising European cyber security start-ups and SMEs will have an opportunity to pitch their solution and meet the influential German and international investors during strategic business matchmaking sessions.

CYBER INVESTOR DAYS will be officially opened by Andreas Koenen, Director General of the Cyber and Information Security Directorate at the German Ministry of Interior, and Clemens Kabel, Investment Director at IBB Investment.

The Berlin edition is jointly organised with the leading German cybersecurity company secunet Security Networks AG & IT security association TeleTrusT Bundesverband IT-Sicherheit e.V.

DAY # 1 (27 November) – INVESTORS WORKSHOP: THE INNOVATIVE CYBER SECURITY BUSINESS MODELS,

German and international investors will be invited to participate in the workshop, organised by ECSO Working Group 2 and 4 focusing on investment and support to startups and SMEs. Workshop participants will present the lessons learnt and will draft the recommendations for the future actions. The agenda of the workshop will be sent to the registered participants. 

DAY # 2 (28 November)   STRATEGIC BUSINESS MATCHMAKINGS

Promising European cyber security start-ups and SMEs will pitch their solutions and meet the influential German and international investors during the strategic business matchmaking sessions, followed by the informal networking reception.

 

Full programme of the event and registration is available here.

 

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