On 11 June, the University of Salamanca Science Park held a new cybersecurity conference entitled "ACTIVE CYBERSECURITY IN PUBLIC BODIES AND SMEs", which brought together experts and professionals dedicated to tackling the growing threat of cybercrime. The BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca is proud to be a member and to be part of this great project.

A day full of learning and collaboration

The event began at 10:45 am with the presentation of the CIBERIA Project, by Teresa Jiménez Cabaco, Manager of the Science Park of the USAL. Her presentation, entitled "Digitalisation and cross-border resilience through the promotion of a cybersecure CENCYL area", highlighted the objectives and progress of the project.

Next, Raúl Aguado López from Active Business & Technology, at 11:00 a.m., presented his workshop "ACTIVE CYBER SECURITY: PREPARING FOR ATTACKS". During this session, attendees gained practical knowledge on how to protect themselves against a cyber-attack and how to respond effectively in the event of being attacked.

The event concluded with a networking coffee at 12:00h, which provided an excellent opportunity for participants to exchange ideas and make valuable connections, thus reinforcing a stronger and more united community against cybercrime.

The BISITE Research Group would like to express our sincere thanks to all the attendees and speakers who contributed to the success of this event. Your participation and commitment are essential for progress in the fight against cybercrime and for strengthening the security of our companies and public bodies.

Thank you for being part of this joint effort for a safer future!

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