The CounterCraft team are preparing for a busy schedule to close the year, with attendance confirmed at a host of exciting industry events. This represents just another reason to share our pride in the team’s growth throughout 2018. Expanding our core team and our partner network to achieve a stronger global presence has enabled us to extend our reach and ensure organizations across the globe have access to our advanced deception technology — and we’re not done yet!
Get in touch with [email protected] if you’re also planning to attend any of the following events to schedule a meeting with one of the team. We much prefer getting together in real life to build the new and existing relationships that play a fundamental role in the development of the CounterCraft solution, so we very much hope you’ll capitalize on the opportunity to do the same.
2-5 October, Cyber Security Week, The Hague, The Netherlands
Nahim Fazal and Dan Brett will be at Cyber Security Week in The Hague, Netherlands, participating in the latest discussions around enterprise use of deception technology. The Hague has established itself as a major hub for cyber security in Europe, demonstrated by the likes of the European Cybercrime Centre Europol (EC3), NATO Communications and Information Agency and the Cyber Security Academy, plus an increasing number of cyber security businesses.
This will be the third edition of this event and its guaranteed to encompass cyber security in its most varied forms. Make sure you get in touch beforehand if you’d like to see a demo or discuss integrating the latest version of the CounterCraft Cyber Deception Platform.
11 October – CyNam 18.3 The Evolving Role of the CISO, Cheltenham, UK
We’re proud to announce that CounterCraft is the VIP drinks event sponsor for CyNam 18.3: The Evolving Role of the CISO, taking place in Cheltenham, UK this October. Interim CISO for Heathrow Airports, Mark Schiller will lead the evening’s discussion and invite some lively debate on this increasingly relevant topic. Our UK contingent will be participating and ready to answer your questions about how automated deception tech can improve resource distribution, reduce spend and boost efficiency in your Security team.
12-14 October – Python San Sebastian, Spain
We’re heading to this year’s Python San Sebastian. PySS has a fantastic reputation among developers for being a powerful occasion to share knowledge and geek out with like-minded engineers. We’re thrilled to share our headquarters city with this event and will be supporting as sponsors on the day. See you there!
16-18 October – NIAS’18, Brussels
The countdown is on for NIAS’18, NATO’s largest cyber security symposium where experts and leaders in the industry will unite to discuss “Securing #NATO’s Digital Endeavour”. The focus will be on cross-domain applications of cyber security and this promises to be an outstanding opportunity to discuss best practice, exchange views and explore innovation.
You’ll find CounterCraft at stand B18 representing our contribution to the emerging field of deception technology. Get in touch to book a demo.
18 October – PwC Cybersecurity Day, Luxembourg
We’re thrilled to have our names on the list for the next PwC Cybersecurity Day, taking place in Luxembourg this October. Here, CEOs and CISOs will gather to share insights on the latest international developments in cyber security. The day’s agenda is dedicated to technical updates, cyber security solutions and includes a rich panel of thought leaders.
CounterCraft solution has been one of the eight selected by PwC to be showcased at this event, as an example of technologies that are shaping future trends in cybersecurity and bringing value to organizations. Attendees will have the chance to meet with our experts at 13:30 and share experiences with them. We can’t wait to reconvene at this event.
23-24 October – 12ENISE, Leon, Spain
CounterCraft will attend the 12th edition of the INCIBE International Meeting on Cyber Security next month where the agenda will draw attention to “cyber security: a pillar for digital transformation”. The unstoppable process of digital transformation is touching organizations of all descriptions and forcing them to adapt and operate in a world where digital comes first. Without a doubt, cyber security plays a core role in enabling change to happen. 12ENISE will reveal the latest trends and innovations in cyber security and gather top experts, investors and stakeholders from the industry to discuss how cyber security supports transformation on this scale.
On day two of this event, you’ll find CounterCraft CEO and Founder David Barroso taking to the stage for the first keynote session of the day in the Entrepreneurship Hall. The entire event will also be streamed, so if you can’t be there in person you can still tune in online.
3-5 December – Security Research Event (SRE), Brussels
CounterCraft experts will attend the 2018 edition of the Security Research Event (SRE), organized by The European Commission and the Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology.
This year’s theme is “Making Europe a safer place: demonstrating the impact of EU-funded security research” and the event aims to demonstrate the strength and inspiring results of security-related research and innovation, and how these positively contribute to the work being conducted on a daily basis by thousands of security practitioners.
Participating in such a full agenda maximizes the time we get to spend meeting our customers and partners, and provides a multitude of opportunities to capture insights and ideas from the best in the industry. We’ll be ready to execute the next phases of our strategic roadmap in early 2019, and we hope you’ll be a part of what’s coming next for CounterCraft. Stay tuned!