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Silobreaker attend Cybersecurity TechMeeting in Paris

Taking place over just a single day, the Cybersecurity TechMeeting aimed to to establish new business and technological partnerships between some of the world’s most innovative cyber security companies and corporates based in the Paris Region. 

Sign to the meeting

It was especially enjoyable to be in Paris, one of our favourite cities and a thriving hub for technology in Europe.

Attending a TechMeeting for the first time, we were selected to introduce attendees to Silobreaker’s open source cyber threat intelligence capability in a short presentation. Representatives from the French national rail company SNCF, PayPal, EDF and Société Générale bank were amongst those making up the audience. 

Max introduces Silobreaker to the audience.

Max introduces Silobreaker to the audience.

The day continued with networking and a series of one on one meetings between the vendors and Paris-based corporates.

Part of the event consisted of a series of short face to face meetings between the innovative cyber security solution providers and the large corporates in attendance.

Part of the event consisted of a series of short face to face meetings between the innovative cyber security solution providers and the large corporates in attendance.

Thank you to the organisers and those we met during the event. We had some great conversations that will hopefully lead to some exciting partnerships in the near future.

L’équipe Silobreaker

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