The EU SME Seminar September Edition will focus on IT topics, covering opportunities in China’s ICT market and cyber security issues faced by SMEs.
Come and join us on Friday morning September 11th to enjoy a breakfast seminar and gain valuable knowledge.
Jorn Knusten focuses on:
- What is IT security?
- Threat scenarios: Perception vs. Reality
- External threats
- Internal threats: IT policies, PEBCAK, Malicious employee actions
Rafael Jimenez focuses on:
- Ministry of Industry & Information Technology (MIIT)
- Why ICT will grow in China
- Opportunities for EU SMEs in the subsections: telecommunications, software, hardware, services
- Niches for EU SMEs
- Reverse opportunity
Please send an email to Ms Andréa Su at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the speaker
Jorn Knutsen holds two degrees, a BEng. in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and a MSc. in International Business. Having spent the last 14 years as a consultant and organization builder in China, his primary expertise is in Change Management and Organization Control. Jorn serves on several boards and is a sought after speaker on the challenges of doing business in, with and from China. Amongst his list of merits are establishment of two highly secure R&D Centers in China and spends his days these days managing CANDIS Group Limited, a boutique IT Consulting firm based in Beijing.
Rafael holds a bachelor degree on Physics. Worked during three years designing control systems for large telescopes, and later on the ICT industry in companies such as HP up to 2002. Then he moved his career to senior positions within the hospitality industry. He relocated Greater China Sales director for all firm offices. He is responsible at EUSME Centre for the Knowledge Centre, and Business Development.