Fill in this Survey to Attend to a Steampunk-themed Dinner

Fill out this quick survey about decision-making related to the cyber security of organizations and receive an invitation for a steampunk-themed dinner in Helsinki on June 8th.

Author: Adam
Date: 10.05.2017
Read Time: 1 Minutes

What do you expect when you think about cyber security? A new survey being conducted by Elisa, F-Secure, and VTT aims to find out!

Cyber security is becoming more important across Europe. Cyber attacks are increasing in both number and severity. People are becoming more concerned about whether or not they can trust the internet, and the services it provides.

Companies are beginning to pay more attention to cyber security as a way of addressing these concerns. EU authorities are paying attention too – and are introducing new regulations as a way of pressuring companies to take their security more seriously.

Cyber security providers like F-Secure play an important role in helping companies protect their assets from hackers and other online threats. The survey aims to learn more about what kind of services companies from different industries need, and how they go about choosing what to invest in, and what to pass on.

The survey is brief and appropriate for anyone that’s been involved with cyber security in a corporate environment (including those responsible for outsourcing it, or simply implementing decisions made by others).

Survey respondents will be invited to attend a steampunk-themed dinner in Helsinki on June 8th, where we’ll present the results. Details, such as exact location and times, will be sent to the respondents via the email they provide when filling out the survey.

Hope to see you there.


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