With the advantages businesses have seen from going through Digital Transformation and the latest digital technology innovations comes the explosion of data volume and speed of exchange. Cyber threats continually evolve at a rapid rate and businesses will always face a plethora of attacks, no matter how secure they are, hackers will always find a way - inside or out.
With the European GDPR now in effect, data protection and classification is top of the agenda for all global organisations. There is still great uncertainty about the long-term effects the regulation will have in the US but with the strong reactions seen recently to the Facebook and (now defunct) Cambridge Analytica scandal it is clearly vital for all organisations to be prepared.
The modern day security leader strives to reduce complexity across the security ecosystem, achieve better threat visibility, continually tighten security controls across all tiers, whilst protecting the organisation from the insider threat through to third parties and with legacy systems continuing to burden, patch management, threat detection and prevention have never been more critical.
Next generation technologies such as AI and ML, cloud investments and the continual advance of application development bring many benefits across the business but the implications for security has never been greater.
The good news is that the executive board is now more engaged with the security and risk function and the essential part it plays in the organisation. Investment is increasing for previously undervalued projects. There has never been a more important and relevant time to share experiences and strategies from across industries to ensure workable solutions are found to these critical threats.
Time is maximised onsite through a combination of:
Achieving information security – how far can you protect yourself and your company
Exploiting the experience and knowledge of the panel to create the best defence for your business
AI and ML? Evaluating the latest buzzwords to uncover their true value—or not?
Training your staff successfully
Aligning long and short-term information security strategy to ensure clear communication to the board
Exploiting threat intelligence to get ahead of the ongoing security impacts from zero-days and APTs
Balancing the need for digital innovation with growing and uncertain threat landscape
Where is data protection 5 months after the May deadline
Maximising your Third-Party Risk Management to ensure security from all partners
Building a strategy to handle ransomware attacks to equip your business for the worst
Deciphering the best approach for cloud security
Training your staff successfully to ensure they create a security barrier
Balancing application security with innovation to minimise adverse effects of vulnerabilities
Rolling out identity and access management (IAM)
Implementing a seamless vulnerability management process