The Future of Cyber Security Europe

The Future of Cyber Security Europe
Cyber crime has increased exponentially over the part couple of years. Especially since the COVID pandemic resulted in a lot of businesses adapting to new measures and employees working remotely. Cyber crime now runs as a service, with the use of Botnets, Ransomware, The Darkness and Crypto-hacking. Cyber criminals are now using new technologies to pose harm and threats to people and companies world wide.

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The challenges and risks of an everywhere world Every day, enterprise technology leaders are expected to support the digital imperative to work, develop, and deliver everything, everywhere — by bringing together distributed workforces, devices, clouds, systems, applications, and networks. But, there’s a problem. Technology teams


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Atlanta Cybersecurity Conference

December 6, 2023 | USA

FutureCon Events brings high-level Cyber Security Training discovering cutting-edge security approaches, managing risk in the ever-changing threat of the cybersecurity workforce. Join us as we talk with a panel of C-level executives who have effectively mitigated the risk of Cyber Attacks. Educating C-suite executives and CISOs (chief information security officers) on the global cybercrime epidemic, and how to build Cyber Resilient organizations.

Dallas Cybersecurity Conference

December 7, 2023 | USA

Don't wait for a breach to happen, take action and safeguard your digital assets now! This is your chance to stay ahead of potential attacks by learning about the latest cybersecurity threats, trends, and solutions at the Dallas Cybersecurity Conference on 12/07/23. Hear from cybersecurity experts and leaders, and connect with other cybersecurity professionals from the region while gaining an edge against nefarious cybersecurity threat actors. Admission is $150 (without a promo code) for each attendee, which includes a full catered lunch, breakfast, snacks, cocktail networking reception, access to all educational presentations, keynote speakers, panel discussions, and exhibit hall.

Threat Management Practitioner MicroSummit

January 24, 2024 | UK

Attackers employ a variety of threats with the goal of deliberately infiltrating, disrupting, exposing, damaging or stealing from their intended targets. These cyberattacks come in many forms, understanding the various types of cyberthreats and how to properly defend against them is imperative for enabling secure and successful business growth. Following the success of our inaugural Practitioner MicroSummit in December we will be hosting our second event in January. Join us for an afternoon of technical insights where we will look at how the network, endpoint and cloud all provide the necessary information to effectively identify, protect, detect and respond to these threats and Unit 42 - our class-leading Threat Intelligence and consultancy services arm - will bring these data-points into line with the essential processes needed to effectively recover from an attack. Post Summit, join the team for an informal evening reception whilst admiring the best views of London on the 55th floor of our flagship London office at 22 Bishopsgate.

DC/Baltimore Cybersecurity Conference

November 9, 2023 | USA

Don't wait for a breach to happen, take action and safeguard your digital assets now! This is your chance to stay ahead of potential attacks by learning about the latest cybersecurity threats, trends, and solutions at the DC/Baltimore Cybersecurity Conference on 11/09/23. Hear from cybersecurity experts and leaders, and connect with other cybersecurity professionals from the region while gaining an edge against nefarious cybersecurity threat actors. Admission is $150 (without a promo code) for each attendee, which includes a full catered lunch, breakfast, snacks, cocktail networking reception, access to all educational presentations, keynote speakers, panel discussions, and exhibit hall.

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The challenges and risks of an everywhere world Every day, enterprise technology leaders are expected to support the digital imperative to work, develop, and deliver everything, everywhere — by bringing together distributed workforces, devices, clouds, systems, applications, and networks. But, there’s a problem. Technology teams

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