Technology Breakfast at AI and Security Operations Center as Part of the Centr@tec Program

At the forefront of technology, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are discovering the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Security Operations Centers (SOC). With the aim of disseminating this knowledge, a technology breakfast entitled "Artificial Intelligence and Security Operations Center" was held on June 20, 2023, at the Business Bioincubator located in the Boecillo Technology Park in Valladolid.

The event, organized by the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castilla y León (ICE) in collaboration with the AIR Institute, aimed to show Valladolid companies the innovations and improvements that can be incorporated into their production processes, products and services through the application of AI and the implementation of a SOC. These technologies can optimize costs and improve the competitive position of SMEs in today's market.

The day started at 10:00 with a warm welcome by Juan Manuel Corchado, President of AIR Institute, who presented the Centr@Tec program. Next, Ms. Beatriz Asensio, from the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castilla y León, gave a talk on regional support for the cybersecurity sector and the entrepreneurship and innovation strategy for the year 2027.

Subsequently, Juan Manuel Corchado, from the AIR Institute, delved into the topic of cybersecurity and generative AI, highlighting the advances and opportunities that this combination can offer. Next, Felix Antonio Barrio, the representative of the National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE), presented the importance of cybersecurity and the need for adequate measures to protect digital assets.

The highlight of the event was the Roundtable on Artificial Intelligence and Security Operations Center, with the participation of leading experts in the field. Jesús Sanz of the CSA, Patricia Tejado of GMV, Julio Cesar Miguel of AETICAL and Félix Antonio Barrio of INCIBE shared their knowledge and experience. The moderator of the roundtable was once again Juan Manuel Corchado, who sparked an enriching debate on the subject.

The technology breakfast "Artificial Intelligence and Security Operations Center" was an excellent opportunity for SMEs in Valladolid to familiarize themselves with the possibilities offered by AI and the implementation of a SOC. In addition to the training provided, the event allowed for connections and collaborative networking among participants, thus fostering growth and innovation in the business sector.

If you missed this interesting event, we invite you to stay tuned for future calls and activities related to the Centr@Tec program and the application of advanced technologies in business. Artificial Intelligence and cybersecurity will continue evolving.