GDPR has been on every Information Security professional’s mind for what feels like forever but finally the new legislation will come into play this year. There’s a lot of speculation about what will happen after May 25th but considering recent reactions to the Facebook and (now defunct) Cambridge Analytica scandal, the new regulations will be taken very seriously from the outset. It is important for all organisations to be prepared, or as prepared as they can be. 

Hackers are showing no sign of retreat and are beginning to use AI and machine learning to outsmart defence systems. Whilst legacy systems are still in place in many organisations and others moving whole systems and networks to the cloud – hackers can take advantage of weak points in the structure and gain access with ransomware remaining a common threat. Phishing attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated and there are still stories published regularly about Executives falling into the trap. Not only are CISOs having to monitor the insider threat but they are also still struggling with a skills gap in the industry with limited qualified professionals in the workforce. 

However, it is not all doom and gloom for CISOs – awareness is increasing at board level about the importance of investing in security which is leading to profound change and transformation within the industry and it is more important than ever for CISOs to share experiences and solutions to these growing threats. 

Time is maximised onsite though a combination of:

  • Keynote Presentations
  • Workshops
  • Interactive discussion groups
  • Pre-arranged one-to-one meetings
  • Strict attendance qualification
  • Quality networking sessions

Topics covered

Considering future cyber threats and the next wave of attacks

Creating a unique and innovative training and awareness program to engage your staff

Identifying the best strategy to monitor third party activity ensuring you remain secure

Discussing GDPR—best practices and findings since May 2018

Evaluating automation’s place in information security and considering the future landscape

Developing a translatable security report to the board that facilitates investment in the relevant technology

Debating the skill gap in information security and outlining strategies to overcome it

Creating a safe, accessible network enabling a flexible and mobile workforce

Revealing best practices for pro-actively hunting threats and staying one step ahead of the enemy

Designed exclusively for UK CISOs and Heads of Information Security from the largest enterprises globally

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