Thank you to all speakers & viewers who joined yesterday’s workshop on “Cybersecurity: Use and usefulness of labels for SMEs”.
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Examples of the French label "ExpertCyber" and the European label "Cybersecurity made in Europe"
The objective of this webinar is to discuss the establishment of labels in the cybersecurity sector following the example of two complementary labels:
After having introduced these two labels as well as their complementarity, the discussion will focus on the advantages provided by these labels, especially for SMEs, for example in terms of visibility, promotion of their activity and image of reliability with their customers. . We will also focus on the cost issues that SMEs may encounter when acquiring labels. A representative of the municipality of Metz will give the perspective of public procurement with regard to the value of labels during public procurement and contract award procedures. The webinar will also present the strategic vision of these labels, which are part of a political will for digital sovereignty.
Who is it for?
The workshop is tailored for the French speaking SMEs, especially those, interested in the French market or competition in public procurement.
However, SME support organisations, clusters, digital innovation hubs, as well as local, regional and national public authorities will also benefit from the workshop.
PROGRAM: (in CEST)
11:00 Welcome of participants
Amandine Laveau Zimmerlé, President of DIGITAL SME France
11:10 Round table: Cyber labels and the challenges for SMEs
Olivier Marty - President of the IT EBEN Commission
Danilo D'Elia - Senior Policy Manager, European Cyber Security Organization
Yves Nicloux - Director of Purchasing and Public Order for the City and Metropolis
Hosted by Amandine Laveau Zimmerlé
11:45 Questions & Answers between the audience and the speakers
11:55 Conclusion and closing
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