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“Cybersecurity – What to do?”

    Entidade:  CEDINTEC
Aware of the digital transformation and associated challenges, many companies are concerned with adopting technologies that enable them to gain competitive advantage in the marketplace. However, this is only one side of the coin. The reverse has to do with cybersecurity, which should, at the same time, gain importance on the corporate agenda at a time when cyberspace attacks are reported every day.


In this sense, it is important to realize that IT technicians do not necessarily have to be the only ones to have this concern within organizations. It can and should arise at the top management level, but also at the level of its employees, especially because in the case of micro companies, or even small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), there is mostly no such department. Therefore, it is necessary to be aware that knowing how to surf the internet in a safer way is crucial.


CEDINTEC, in partnership with the National Cybersecurity Center, will organize the conference “Cybersecurity - What to do?” which will take place on December 5th, from 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm, in the AIMMAP Auditorium in Porto.


Entry to this event is free, but subject to registration by email indicating the name, company, position and contact for subsequent confirmation of attendance.



Check out the Full Program:

14:30 Opening
Welcome AIMMAP President
Lino Santos, CNCS
Marques dos Santos, CEDINTEC

15:00 Two concrete cases
A case of reaction to an attack, João Ricardo, MULTISAC.
Best practices of cyberhigiene, Nuno Galveia, JERÓNIMO MARTINS

16:00 Networking with coffee

16:30 Self-diagnosis of cybersecurity maturity
Tool Presentation, Lino Santos, CNCS

17:30 Implement recommendations
Using quality methodologies and certification, Paulo Miguel, APCER

18:00 Closing
Marques dos Santos, CEDINTEC
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