#InvestCyber - Time for Cyber-Security Scaleups to Shine

Date: 
13/09/2018 to 14/09/2018

European Cyber Security Organisation – ECSO in cooperation with the European DIGITAL SME Alliance and European stakeholder EIT Digital Accelerator – EIT Digital is organising the 3rd edition of the #InvestCyber STRATEGIC BUSINESS MATCHMAKINGS.

Cyber security scaleups will have a unique opportunity to showcase their technology and to introduce themselves to the industry leaders, who are looking for the most promising cyber security solutions.

OVERVIEW

DAY 1 (13 September) – SPECIAL TRAINING FOR THE SCALEUPS

EIT Digital Accelerator team of experts will provide a special training for the scaleups. The training will help scaleups to be prepare for the ‘Pitch Session’ with integrators and end-users.

Venue: EIT Digital Milano Satellite Co-Location Centre – Viale Sarca 226, Milano Italy.

DAY 2 (14 September) – STRATEGIC BUSINESS MATCHMAKINGS

Integrators and end-users will give 1 minute-length presentations about their companies, Scaleups will showcase their cyber solutions to the audience. Individual B2B meetings among sceleups, integrators and end-users will last for 5 minutes, followed by 3 minutes-length Q&A session. The list of participants will be communicated by the end of July.

Venue: Politecnico di Milano – Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32, Milano Italy.
The full programme is available HERE.
 
REGISTRATION

FOR END-USERS & INTEGRATORS. Interested end-users and integrators are asked to register HERE.

FOR SCALEUPS. Cyber security scaleups are selected on the basis of the most innovative solutions they attempt to introduce to the integrators and end-users:

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