GMV features at the National Cybersecurity Congress, 13ENISE
The city of Leon attracted a 25,000+ turnout to the 13th International Information-Security Meeting (Encuentro Internacional de Seguridad de la Información: ENISE), held under the banner theme “Cybersecurity in the connected industry: from threat to opportunity”. Organized by Spain’s National Institute of Communication Technologies (Instituto Nacional de Ciberseguridad de España: INCIBE), an organization dependent on the Ministry of Economics and Enterprise, through the Secretariat of State for Digital Progress, the event was closed by Francisco Polo, Secretary of State for Digital Progress.
For yet another year GMV has participated in and supported ENISE, both in the exhibition area, with one-to-one networking activities, and in the business- and enterprise-acceleration initiatives. Javier Zubieta, Marketing and Communications Manager of GMV’s Secure e-Solutions sector, sat as a member of the Evaluation Committee of the International Acceleration Program, Cybersecurity Ventures, and also took part in the incubation program, Ciberemprende, an INCIBE initiative that seeks to attract and promote groundbreaking cybersecurity talent.
For his part, José María Legido, Manager of GMV’s International Secure e-Solutions sector, represented the company in the International Business Forum, a chance for international purchasers to find out at first hand about GMV’s range of cybersecurity products and services.
After the success of last year’s Connected-Vehicle Workshop, INCIBE decided to rerun it, with the participation of Carlos Sahuquillo, GMV’s Technical Leader of Cybersecurity in Onboard Systems. Featuring as a speaker for the second year running, he set out the company’s cybersecurity challenges, opportunities and success stories in the automotive area.