Command Control welcomes not only established market players from the cybersecurity and privacy environment. Young founders in particular often have promising approaches to tackling current and future security challenges. This is why Command Control is providing startups their own stage for the second time. Ten founders will present their business idea to a high-profile jury in the Lion's Den on the first day of the event (at 16:30 on March 3). The best next-generation entrepreneurs will receive awards.
“Cyber security is changing rapidly. What is still a well-functioning security solution today may no longer provide protection tomorrow. Therefore, new ideas and approaches are constantly needed. That is why it is important that we also pay attention to the products and services of young entrepreneurs,” Katharina Keupp stated, Project Manager of Command Control. “Since the main topic of Command Control 2020 is Cyber Resilience, we have now decided to structure the start-up pitch accordingly. The start-ups will answer the question to what extent their solution contributes to improved cyber resilience in 3-minute pitches.
That is why we have also included two “users” in the jury to challenge the practicality, degree of innovation and sophistication of the new solution.”
Command Control has succeeded in putting together a top-rate jury for the Lion's Den:
In order to attract attention and establish new contacts, the ten start-ups will also present themselves throughout Command Control in an extra start-up area on the 2nd floor of the ICM – International Congress Center Munich.
The Command Control agenda can be found here: www.command-control.com/de/besucher/programm/agenda