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Lucie Kadlecova to Represent Cybexer Technologies in Czech Republic

8 July 2020. Prague, Czech Republic

Lucie Kadlecova, a leading cyber security expert and scholar, joins CybExer Technologies to represent the company in the Czech Republic. She will also join the Cyber Strategy Branch at CybExer Technologies, concentrating on development of company’s flagship strategic decision-making exercises.

Previously, Lucie has served as Cyber Security Policy Specialist at the National Cyber Security Centre, National Security Authority of the Czech Republic. She holds a master’s degree from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. She has conducted cyber security research as Fulbright Scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and currently she is completing her doctoral dissertation at the Charles University in Prague concentrating on shifting paradigms in state sovereignty. She is also an author and co-author of several academic publications and has participated as a lecturer in numerous cyber security related conferences.

“I am happy to join CybExer Technologies’ team and looking forward to representing the company in one of its key markets here in the Czech Republic and also contributing to the enormously interesting work of its Strategy Branch. One could say that the strategic decision-making exercises that CybExer is organizing around the world represent a global gold standard in terms of level, engagement and reach. It makes me very excited, when I look at the journey that lies ahead with upcoming exercises and events.”

Andrus Kivisaar, a co-founder of CybExer Technologies added that “In the Czech Republic we have some of our most important customers. We see a lot of potential to grow not only in the Czech Republic but also in wider Central and Eastern Europe. Our unique training platforms and situational awareness software solutions provide an unmatched combination to face the ever-growing complexity and intensity of cyber threats.”

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