You can learn to make a career, and some really efficient methods are indeed much easier than you think.

The "Cyber Talent Day 2017" provided a comprehensive overview of opportunities for personal career optimization and career development in the digital area. Specialists from some of the major employers of Luxembourg and the Greater Region will hold lectures around the theme of career.

The Luxembourg Institute for Digital Training (LIDIT), coordinator of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Lëtzebuerg, hosted the "CYBER TALENT DAY 2017" conference as part of the first Luxembourg Cybersecurity Week from 16 to 21 October 2017. The event took place at PwC Luxembourg, 2 Rue Gerhard Mercator, L-2182 Luxembourg.

Interesting lectures and conferences – from challenges for the IT sector to recruitment possibilities and procedures – were presented among others by Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg (BnL), European Institute for Knowledge & Value Management (EIKV), Institut Supérieur de l'Économie (ISEC); PwC Luxembourg.

„Plurale Ökonomie, Digitalisierung und die Suche nach Talenten“

Prof. Dr. André Reuter, Chairman of the Board EIKV

Cybertalent business challenges

Paul Schonenberg, CEO Amcham

IT bei der Polizei

Alex Schaeffer + Alain Kleuls

With 12 exhibitors and more than 150 visitors, the first Cyber Talent Day was a great success.

Coordinated by LIDIT and the students of MBA2016 at ISEC University

About LIDIT; The Luxembourg Institute for Digital Training (LIDIT) is a non-profit organization created in November 2015. LIDIT is the founder and coordinator of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Lëtzebuerg - the DSJC-L - a multi stakeholder group with more than 40 partners

Here are some impressions of this day  

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