Team Cybersprint Expands
Cybersprint is proud to announce that new members have joined the team over the past few months. The expansion is in line with Cybersprint’s rapid growth in the national and international markets. Many of the departments are strengthened with motivated experts. Among them are Anne Karine Hafkamp and Jesse Kabelaar who have joined the sales team, Jeroen Dekkers strengthens the developement team, Willem van Zwieten has started as Data Scientist, Natalie Zorko as HR and Office Manager, and Hidde Kylstra as researcher, while finishing his University degree.
At Cybersprint, Anne Karine Hafkamp is responsible for leading the Benelux Sales team. She spent over 15 years in the cyber security industry, working in various management positions, including business development, portfolio management and security operations. “I can empower organisations to understand the benefits and threats of cyber security and how this can contribute to their business strategy.”
Jesse Kabelaar has joined as Inside Sales Representative, taking on a variety of tasks in the sales cycle, boosting the contact with (potential) clients and assisting the account and sales managers. “I am very eager and excited to work for such a unique organisation with many emerging business possibilities.” In his previous job, he was a commercial employee for an international language training institute.
As Senior Developer, Jeroen Dekkers works on the Digital Risk Protection platform. “Besides working on making the platform even better than it already is, one of my goals is to use my experience to enhance the customer-based developments.”
Willem van Zwieten has started as Data Scientist, a new role within Cybersprint. He worked in the telecoms industry in various roles in CRM, Marketing, and Data Science. “This background will help me contribute with a broad range of Data Science solutions. Together, we will make the Cybersprint solutions even more (big) data-driven.”
The position of HR and Office Manager has been fulfilled by Natalie Zorko. After various jobs managing teams and managing sales, she decided to take her next career step into the field of human resource management. “Being the connecting person between my colleagues and the organisation is what makes me happy. I am excited to have joined the enthusiastic Cybersprint team as HR and Office Manager.”
Hidde Kylstra has started as a working student. “At Cybersprint, I’ll focus on researching security topics and implementing security controls. I worked in the private security sector and the energy sector.” In addition to working at Cybersprint, he studies crisis and security management at Leiden University, focussing on the cooperation between the EU and NATO concerning security policies.
With the recent growth, the Cybersprint team is now in the next gear, collectively working to make the world more cyber-secure.
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