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May/June: Events

May and June were a busy couple of months at Silobreaker. Aside from introducing our users to our latest range of product upgrades, we participated in some fantastic industry events. 

First was the SINET cyber security summit at the British Museum. During the event Silobreaker Co-Founder and CEO Kristofer Mansson joined a panel of entrepreneurs to discuss their success in starting their companies in the UK before embarking upon global commercialisation. Thanks to the SINET and our fellow panelists for a lively and informative debate. 

Picture of Tower Bridge and event information

 

Next came the main event: Infosec Europe 2017. The conference bought together 18,000 industry professionals in London over three days (06-08 June). Hats of to the organisers for putting together a great event. 

 

Our team was also in attendance at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s (AFCEA) OSINT panel session at the MOD. Once again Kristofer Mansson represented Silobreaker as an engaging discussion of topics ranging from effectively working with actionable intelligence to legalities around encryption.

 

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