International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC)
This year’s motto comes in the form of a question: “In Cloud we trust?” Let’s answer this together and strengthen cyber security across Europe.
April 5 - 7, 2023Get in touch
Mobilizing innovation and resources to strengthen cybersecurity and create trust
The International Cybersecurity Forum (or short: FIC) has made it their mission to create a place where stakeholders from the security industry can exchange and innovate together.
Join us for the 3-day event in Paris to:
- Get first-hand insights from industry experts and hear about their best practices with a special focus on Cloud
- Keep up with evolving threats and new approaches to tackle them
- Learn more about the relevance of awareness training: meet our SoSafe experts at our booth to get a live demo of our platform
Get in touch now to schedule a meeting onsite. Simply fill in the form and we will contact you.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at our booth – just drop by at booth E14.
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