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The three HEC Paris Centers of expertise (SnO, Digital & Entrepreneurship) have recently started a Conference series.

Running a start-up in Cybersecurity

Data security is probably the most important factor in any business. The risk of someone gaining access to your confidential information is even higher if you are storing your data virtually.
Luc Delsalle, Alsid* co-founder & CTO, and Anne-Sybille Pradelles, Alsid Key account manager and former participant in the HEC MBA Specialization in Entrepreneurship, explained the challenges undertaken when creating a start-up in Cybersecurity. They explained what active directory security is and introduced practical ways to secure your business.
Michel Safars, HEC Affiliate Professor introduced the conference with Anne-Sybille, former student, who shares her experience and career choices : why did she decide to join a start-up and not a big company? What risk did she take? Why did she choose to work in a highly technical area?
*Alsid is a cybersecurity start-up that offers a unique solution to pilot enterprise network security in real time. By anticipating the early signs of cyber-attacks, Alsid offers a solution to react even before a computer attack takes place. The company was founded by former ANSSI technical experts with years of on-field experience. After seeing the same cyberattacks take place over and over again, they decided to tackle the problem and build a definitive solution to protect corporate networks.

Learn from other’s mistakes!

Confessions of a successful (failed) entrepreneur, Jean-Michel Gazagne, HEC EMBA

Have a look to this Talk with Jean-Michel Gazagne, HEC EMBA participant and co-founder of Mober who confessed his main mistakes.  For Project holders and entrepreneurs who want to save time and reduce risk! Don’t miss the very interesting Q&A session at the end!
Jean-Michel Gazagne is the former CEO of Mober, an electric scooter rental service in Paris through mobile app. Jean-Michel started his career as a statutory auditor in 1998. He joined Danone Group in 2003 as an internal controller and evolved in positions such as Industrial and Purchasing Controller and Finance Manager for Biscuits and then Coffee within Mondelez International on businesses worth more than €800 millions.
In 2014-15 he fully dedicated his time to the HEC EMBA aiming to launch his own company Mober. Always looking for new challenges, he currently accompanies projects in the mobility sector. If it is good to learn from one’s own mistakes, it could be interesting to learn from those of others. This is why Jean-Michel invites you to follow step-by-step how he managed his enterprise from success to failure.
A conference moderated by Etienne Krieger, Affiliate Professor and Scientific Director of the HEC Entrepreneurship Center, who will contribute his expertise on Start-up creation and development.

 
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