How to take back your (company’s) privacy

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MoCoMoments at Brussels

Do you Google yourself often? It might be surprising how much information you find about yourself. There’s however probably more personal information available without you knowing it. And even worse: it’s being sold to third-parties.

The next Meetup of MoCoMoments, May 30 in Brussels, will be all about the privacy and security. Not only will be discussed how you can secure your own privacy, also that of your business, your colleagues and your employees.

Moving to the clouds

Not only individuals are increasingly moving to cloud based services. Organisations and companies choose to store their data online and in the cloud. That makes it more vulnerable to hackers and gives them less privacy, as cloud services are often stored in other countries, where other rules and regulations apply.At MoCoMoments, Christiaan Solcer, CMO with search engine Startpage.com, explains how your company can take back its privacy and provides an overview of what has happened the last 20 years in with online searches.

Some tips from Christiaan Solcer to prepare for May 30.


Today's solutions for a safer online environment

Second speaker is Pierre-Yves Gibut, working with CM. He explains how a business or an organisation can stay safe without having to take unfriendly measures. He demonstrates today’s solutions that make the life for a hacker a lot more difficult.


About CM:

Companies are always looking for the best way to reach their consumers and the rise of mobile technology offers them new opportunities to achieve this goal.

Founded in 1999, CM helps companies to interact with their customers through a multi-use mobile platform for SMS, Email and Appcare.

In addition to various messaging services, the platform also provides solutions for calling through SIP trunking, payment options for companies like Autocollect and online identification solutions such as two-factor authentication(2FA).

We offer a hybrid solution for companies to reach their target audience, anytime and anywhere.

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