September 12-13, 2023 | UK
Cyber Security for Critical Industries will focus on identifying the latest cyber security challenges facing companies today and examine how these can be mitigated against by building resilient and responsive systems.
You will also get exclusive insights into new techniques and technologies. Plus, the opportunity to network with some of the UK’s cyber security giants makes this a must-attend conference for anyone working in critical systems.
July 19, 2023 | USA
The sheer volume of malware attacks, security incidents and data breaches have exposed major gaps in the way corporate assets are protected, especially as enterprises adopt cloud services to take advantage of scalability, efficiency and cost savings.
As CISOs and corporate defenders grapple with the intricacies of securing sensitive data passing through multi-cloud deployments and APIs, the importance of frameworks, tools, controls and design models have surfaced to the front burner.
October 11, 2023 | France
Hacking has been a growing problem since the beginning of this century and can have very serious consequences if confidential information falls into the wrong hands. Intrusions into computer networks, combined with physical attacks, have caused many people sleepless nights, significant financial damage, or physical harm. The facts are: Every 39 seconds there is a hacker attack. More than 300,000 new pieces of malware are created every day. Embedded security is the heart of the system security and is key to achieve security by design. In this live stream day, we will develop around End-to-end security by design, data security and AI for embedded security.
August 29-30, 2023 | USA
As cyber threats continue to evolve and become more sophisticated, the importance of threat intelligence in cybersecurity has never been greater. In fact, according to a recent study by Accenture, organizations that have implemented threat intelligence have seen a 70% reduction in cyber attacks.
Despite the clear benefits, there are several challenges to making threat intelligence a reality for many organizations. These include lack of data standardization, difficulty in integrating threat intelligence into existing security systems, and the sheer volume of data that must be analyzed.