Enterprise security continues to be one of the main challenges organisations have to face. Organisations need to be more aware of the cyber threats that are ready and waiting to attack their systems. A company is almost certainly going to suffer from a data security breach because basic human errors still represent the weakest link in the enterprise. This means that the future of security lies in a holistic approach, involving people as much as technology.
Comprising expert keynotes, end user case studies and panel debates, the agenda will cover best practices for aligning your security strategy to the overall business strategy, the growing importance of information governance, risk and compliance, as well as the changing role of CISOs and best practices to future proof your business.
Join our event to discuss and debate the most pressing security issues facing business today so you can be prepared for a safer tomorrow.
Gain insight into Computing's research on security trends
Understand how to align your security strategy to the overall business strategy
Learn how and why some enterprises are using ethical hackers to protect their business
Address the latest threats and vulnerabilities in the new digital world
Discover effective tactics to detect and respond to security incidents
Discuss how the role of CISOs has changed and how it will continue to change
Get further insights into governance, risk and compliance
Find out how to drive an enterprise wide security culture
Learn from the experience of others by attending the case study presentations
Get insight into the next generation information security
End Users - Complimentary registration : GBP 0
Vendors and Consultants EARLY BIRD VENDOR REGISTRATION (before 16 October 2015): GBP 195
Vendors and Consultants STANDARD VENDOR REGISTRATION (after 16 October 2015): GBP 395
Category: Exhibitions | Engineering and Technology | Computer and IT
Speakers: Schillings, Diageo, Clutch Group, Thomas Cook Group, Solar Energy Company, Worldpay, Websense, Euronext, FCA, Network Rail, Council of Registered Ethical Security Testers (CREST), University of St Andrews, NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Borow of Windsor and Maidenhead, Ebuyer, Thomson Reuters, London Borough of Hounslow, Tesco
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