Today, November 18, Member of the European Parlement Bart Groothuis paid a visit to Eye Security to mark ‘Entrepreneurs’ Day’, which is organised every year by MKB-Nederland (the Dutch Federations of SMEs). Groothuis has many years of experience within the cyber domain, having held posts such as Head of the Cyber Security Office within the Ministry of Defence. As a rapporteur for the European Parliament, he is actively working on the new EU NIS2 directive which aims to ensure that businesses can improve their cyber security.
The visit focused on the increasing cyber threat to SMEs. Experts from Eye Security discussed the cyber landscape and explained how a new form of cyber security can help reduce cyber risks.
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