Cybersecurity threats are growing increasingly sophisticated. Any company, regardless of industry, size or revenue, faces risks and must prioritise cybersecurity to protect their assets.


With threats continuously evolving, full protection is impossible. So where should companies focus their efforts? Options include: enforcing security policies, deploying cybersecurity technologies to safeguard data, endpoints and networks, securing cloud infrastructure, managing digital identities, promoting cybersecurity awareness, and testing incident response plans.


If you want to learn more about cyber risks and protecting your company, don’t miss this upcoming seminar hosted by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the UK and our Member Stratesys.

Stratesys, a digital hub connecting Europe and America, will share their expertise on transforming and securing businesses’ digital operations.

This seminar will provide insights on:

·         Main cyberattacks in 2023 and trends for 2024

·         Understanding cybersecurity threats: who is behind big cyberattacks and main tactics used by attackers

·         Potential impact on business: operational, regulatory, reputational, financial, etc.

·         How to be protected

Following the session there will be the opportunity for you to ask questions directly to the speaker.

Date & time: Wednesday 14th February, 10:30am – 11:30am GMT / 11:30am – 12:30pm CET

Platform: Zoom




About the speaker:

Javier Castro, Director & Head of Cybersecurity services at Stratesys.


Javier has over 10 years of experience working in cybersecurity from diverse perspectives; as a consultant supporting companies to assess and manage their security risks, as part of the cybersecurity team of private companies defining and implementing cybersecurity strategies, and as part of cybersecurity providers helping companies improve their cybersecurity capabilities from a technical perspective. He has accumulated experience at different fields of cybersecurity; risk, governance and compliance, security architecture, defensive security, detection and response, operational resilience, etc. In recent years, he has been responsible for developing the cybersecurity line of business at Stratesys, a Spanish technology consulting firm. 


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