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Coherent strategies to combat emerging threats outlined at Security IT Summit

by Brian Sims

The incessant growth of the Internet in recent years has completely transformed the world in which we now reside. Rapidly evolving into an interconnected global network of systems and information, the Internet has had an overwhelming impact on the business sector.

With more and more systems and devices becoming part of the overall picture, the threat we face is constantly evolving, expanding and diverging. The financial, political and physical damage caused by these threats has never been higher, with critical infrastructure often at the epicentre of attack episodes.

For their part, security experts can struggle to keep pace with the latest developments, continually confronting the cyber attackers in order to make sure their organisations are safe and secure from negative cyber impacts.

Running on Tuesday 5 July at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in central London and organised by Forum Events, the Security IT Summit has been designed to draw on the combined expertise of the industry in order to facilitate the development of coherent strategies that will combat emerging threats.

Invaluable security insight

Offering invaluable security insight for senior IT/IT security professionals, the Security IT Summit provides “unparalleled industry access” to the latest products and services designed to help identify and combat a security breach. Maximising productivity with face-to-face meetings, the Security IT Summit uses a unique matchmaking process to bring delegates and the most innovative product and service providers together.

Featuring a comprehensive seminar programme, this year’s Security IT Summit will be welcoming prominent industry influencers, including speakers from Pervade Software and LogRhythm who’ll provide an update on policy and share Best Practice strategies on all angles of cyber security and risk mitigation.

Join senior representatives from AON, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the Metropolitan Police Service, Oxfam, Sainsbury’s and many more in learning from the experts on how to build stronger defences against cyber attacks and recover quickly from security breaches.

*Attendance at the Security IT Summit is exclusively limited to senior IT/IT security professionals and product and service providers. To secure your place at the event, prospective delegates should contact Gillian Small (telephone: 01992 374073, e-mail: g.small@forumevents.co.uk), while suppliers need to contact Chris Cannon (telephone: 01992 374096, e-mail: c.cannon@forumevents.co.uk)

 

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