What's on the agenda?

In this 1-hour webinar, Ivan Skrypka of ESKA will share some best practices for gaining a solid understanding of cyber risks and cyber security challenges that face Startups. The webinar will also go over ways to raise cyber security awareness among Startups and share some security best practices.
● What a Startup can face today: Case studies from prior experience; when and how different Startups addressed their security issues.● What you can do at each stage of your Startup: During the whole life cycle of your Startup, you need to think about cyber security. We will go over what you need to consider and share some insights for each stage of a Startup.● How to organize the fundamental security for Startup: We will list the steps a Startup must take to establish fundamental cyber security. How your Startup can cover security issues without great expense: We will review the instruments, tools, and practices your Startup can use to make business go smoother. We will also advise on using combinations of open source and commercial products to maximize the cost-effectiveness of your Startup.● Getting started: We will cover the elementary steps necessary to get your business off to a secure and successful start.● Security Certifications and industry standards on getting started: What is the best way to get Industry Security Certification?● Q&A Session.
Language of presentation: EnglishSpeaker: Ivan Skrypka - CEO, ESKA.

About the speaker


Ivan Skrypka


From startups to mid-size firms to large enterprises, from banks to retail, Ivan Skrypka has 20+ years of IT, Security, and Risk Management experience. He has worked with clients of various capacities and maturities, operating in different industries. Mr. Skrypka has taken part in the launches of three banking infrastructure projects from scratch. He has deep expertise in building complex information security systems for enterprises. He has also been involved in the development and launches of more than 15 startups as a consultant for infrastructure and security solutions. He currently manages a team of high-class engineers and information security consultants.

Who is webinar for?

  • Co-founders and Founders who are fully involved in the product development process.

  • Architects and Project Managers who are responsible for a Startup’s functionality.

  • CEOs and Technical officers who are focused on business development.

It doesn’t matter if your Startup is at an early stage and just starting the development process for your product or if you already have customers and what to grow— security issues need to be covered. The main question is, what does your Startup need to focus on, and when does it need to do it?

  • Startups at the product development stage

  • Startups that are scaling up their business

  • Startups with an in-house security department

Why do I need to be there?

My Startup idea is inspired by the financial markets

My Startup needs sensitive data or private data protected

My product has been attacked by hackers

I know that security is essential, but I don't know where to get started

My projects are underway, but new ideas are welcome


Сheck our solution for startups.

Strong security from the beginning.

Security for Startups is a necessity. In fact, more than 60% of cyber-attacks that affect SMBs happen because they lack adequate cyber protections that come standard with larger enterprises.

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