sTARTUp Day Panel: Cybersecurity for Businesses

Estonian Information System Authority reported 2672 cyber incidents in 2022, roughly 1/5 more than in 2021. Approximately 1/3 of 2022 cyber threats were targeted towards private businesses. Startup Estonia organized during sTARTUp Day a panel called "Cybersecurity for businesses – what do we need to be ready for in 2023?" dedicated to discussing the use cases from the private sector.

Taavi Veskimägi – CEO, Elering
Andrus Kivisaar - Co-Founder and CEO CybExer Technologies
Jürgen Erm – CEO, Cybers
Moderator: Gert Jervan – Dean and Professor, TalTech - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, School of Information Technologies
  • Learn preventative measures for businesses.
  • Mitigate risk on a higher level and integrate cybersecurity into day-to-day business.
  • Learn what happens if your business is attacked.
  • How to tackle the damage with minimum financial and reputational loss.
  • How to build trust towards startups and companies that offer cybersecurity services and expertise.
Cybersecurity for businesses – what do we need to be ready for in 2023?
TIME: 16th of March, 14:45 - 17:00

The podcast is available now on Youtube!

Startup Estonia connects and supports Estonian startups and develops the sectoral ecosystem. The Estonian Business and Innovation Agency implement the Startup Estonia program. SmartCap implements the activities of the Startup Estonia research accelerator. The Startup Estonia program (project number EU50651) is financed from the resources of the European Regional Development Fund.

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