Business Communication in View of the NIS2, DORA, and CER Regulations
Are you familiar with the NIS2, DORA, and CER regulations? If you don’t know what these new European regulations mean for your company, this webinar will provide you with some helpful insights.Webinar in Spanish
45 min. | English
Webinar | Free
Here’s What You Can Expect
This webinar will help you to understand the basics of the new European regulations NIS2, DORA, and CER. It will further show you why having a secure business communication channel in place is crucial to meet the regulations’ requirements.
The risk of cyberattacks, which can disrupt business and inflict serious damage on companies, has increased significantly in the last years. To ensure that the European Union’s economy remains stable, new regulations were launched in December 2022. Their aim is to reduce the vulnerabilities in institutions and organizations, which is why strengthening the resilience against external threats is no longer only the responsibility of the IT department but also of the management. It has become a strategic matter. Companies not complying with the new guidelines risk heavy fines.
In the webinar, Miguel Rodriguez, Chief Revenue Officer at Threema, and Rodrigo López Crespo, Lawyer in the area of Criminal Law and Cybersecurity at Monereo Meyer Abogados, will talk about the regulations in detail. It will also be touched on how Threema Work can help to meet the new regulations.
In This Webinar, You’ll Learn:
- what the NIS2, DORA, and CER regulations are
- what effects the regulations have on business communication
- what measures companies are required to take in order to comply with the regulations
Chief Revenue Officer, Threema
Miguel Rodríguez is Threema’s Chief Revenue Officer and member of the executive board. He leads the sales team for the business solution Threema Work and is also responsible for the customer success management. The experienced sales manager holds a bachelor degree in business administration and has been a business mentor at the Swiss Startup Factory in Zurich since 2015.
Rodrigo López Crespo
Criminal and Cybersecurity Lawyer, Monereo Meyer Abogados
Rodrigo López Crespo specializes in intellectual property and emerging technologies. He has worked for several prestigious intellectual property agencies in Spain and is experienced in advising and defending national and international companies as well as individuals in matters involving intellectual property, anti-piracy, customs, and unfair competition. Rodrigo is a practising member of the Madrid Bar Association (ICAM) and has a double degree in law and political science / public administration from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
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