Partner Call: Are you an innovative cybersecurity startup? Don't miss the call for the Cyber Investor Days
The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) hosts the 9th edition of the Cyber Investor Days, taking place on 15-16 June 2021 in Porto, Portugal, as a virtual event. This is an excellent opportunity for startups and SMEs working in the cybersecurity field to pitch their solutions and join B2B meetings with high-level investors and corporates to boost their businesses.
If you want to join the event, you better hurry!
Applications close on 26 April, midnight CET.
How can you apply?
- If you're a startup, please submit your applications to ECSO (firstname.lastname@example.org) before 26 April (midnight CET).
- If you're a corporate or an investor, the registration is open here.
To know more about the event and the application/registration details, please visit ECSO's website here.
What's in it for you?
The event will be divided into two days. On the first day, 15 June, the Cyber Investor Days will organise a workshop to discuss cybersecurity funding and investment activities in Europe. On the second day, 16 June, the pitching sessions and the B2B meetings will occur with the pre-selected startups and SMEs.
Besides the main event activities, two companies will be nominated to compete for the annual ECSO's European Cybersecurity STARtup Award. The local jury will do the selection process at the Cyber Investor Days. Later, at the award ceremony, the two nominees will have the chance of pitching in front of a reputable European jury and present their cybersecurity innovations to experts, high-level investors and corporate executives.
ECSO organises the 9th Cyber Investor Days in cooperation with the National Cybersecurity Centre of Portugal (CNCS), ScaleUp Porto, Bright Pixel, Maxive and S21sec. This event aims to provide a platform for companies in different phases of maturity, ranging from seeding to strategic investment and M&A. The Cyber Investor Days also intend to support companies within the cybersecurity value chain and increase the cybersecurity market's visibility in Europe.
The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) is a non-for-profit organisation that acts as an official partner to the European Commission in implementing a contractual Public-Private Partnership (cPPP) on cybersecurity. ECSO's main goal is to develop a competitive European cybersecurity ecosystem and support the European Digital Single Market's protection.