Secfense joins CISO #Poland.
Secfense joins the ranks of donors to the CISO #Poland foundation. The common goal is to strengthen cooperation and knowledge sharing in the field of cyber security and to take initiatives, conduct dialogue and share best practices to ensure a high level of digital security for companies, organizations and society in Poland.
CISO Poland Foundation
The CISO #Poland Foundation is a non-commercial initiative that will bring together more than 160 cybersecurity chiefs in its ranks. These include experts, specialists, practitioners from major private and state-owned companies, market regulators, academic units, as well as government administration and industry media.
Secfense has been strongly motivated since its inception to actively collaborate with other entities that care about raising the level of security awareness. The CISO #Poland Foundation is a new space where companies and organizations will have the opportunity to take initiatives, engage in dialogue and share best practices to ensure a high level of digital security for companies, organizations and society.
Secfense, the developer of the User Access Security Broker solution, which facilitates and speeds up the procedure for implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA), will certainly contribute to raising important awareness among Polish companies:
– We support the CISO #Poland Foundation to share knowledge and collaborate with leaders in the field of cyber security,” says Tomasz Kowalski, CEO at Secfense. – We also want to communicate that the implementation of multi-component authentication today is no longer just easy, but also fast. It can take place regardless of the complexity of the IT infrastructure, without touching the application code and without burdening IT and security departments in organizations.
CISO #Poland began building a community of experts in November 2022. Its members represent major companies in various industries: mining, manufacturing, defense, energy, heavy industry, chemicals, hydrocarbon processing and distribution, pharmaceuticals, banking, insurance, rail and air transport, academic units, telecommunications operators, digital service providers and consulting firms. The heads of security of government offices, market regulators and the government are also present at the foundation.