Theodosis Michalopoulos, General Manager at Microsoft Greece, Cyprus, and Malta, paid a visit to the Malta Information Technology Agency’s (MITA) Security Operations Centre yesterday.
Mr Michalopoulos was shown around by MITA’s Executive Chairman, Tony Sultana, and the rest of the agency’s team.
Throughout his visit, the GM was shown how MITA has implemented several AI-based security tools and engaged in discussion about future collaboration opportunities.
“Really excited to witness first-hand the work of MITA, leveraging Microsoft technologies to create an innovative security centre in Malta,” Mr Michalopoulos wrote on LinkedIn.
“Looking forward to working together in the years to come to support further Malta’s bold digital vision,” he continued.
Mr Michalopoulos’ journey at Microsoft has been ongoing for well over six years. Having started out as a Consumer and Devices Director back in 2014, he is now nearing his two-year anniversary as GM.
LinkedIn / Theodosis Michalapoulos
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