Successful Cybersprint presence at 2018

by | 06-11-2018 | News

6 November 2018 – Last week the Cybersprint team had a successful presence during the exhibition at Jaarbeurs Utrecht. As the is considered to be the top Dutch exhibition for IT security, data management and cloud computing, we met with many professionals in various fields. During these two days, Cybersprint had a stand and CEO and founder Pieter Jansen gave two presentations which were received with much enthusiasm of the visitors. 

The Cybersprint stand had a prominent place in the hall and was well-visited. We welcomed many interested visitors with a free cup of coffee and a 100 % Dutch ‘stroopwafel’, which was baked on the spot with many different flavours. The ‘stroopwafel’ is referring to the 100% Dutch origin of Cybersprint. On our stand we could perform a 15-minute Quickscan with our Digital Risk Monitoring platform. This way the visitors could discover their online footprint and possible vulnerablilities.

Pieter Jansen’s presentations on the rise of automated hacking and the consequences for both the attackers and the cyber resilience of an organisation were popular among the visitors. Especially on the second day, when it was the most visited presentation of the day.

The resulted in promising leads and a broadened network for Cybersprint. We are excited to explore further opportunities and partnerships with all of them.

This event relates to the Computable Awards 2018, were Cybersprint received most votes for Security provider of the year 2018 and an honourable mention of the expert jury.



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20 young people including 10 American youngsters from Albuquerque and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico will be welcomed in The Hague by Cybersprint on 21 March 2019. The young coding talents will learn how to use their coding and hacking skills in a positive way and to make the digital world safer. They will also see real life examples of how they could use these skills to increase their career opportunities. The programme is part of the CyberHeroes-week which is set up by Cyberworkplace in Rotterdam and the American Embassy in The Hague.

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