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The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
THE BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM LONDON
June 18-18, 2019
Nearly 563 million customer data records were compromised in 2018 alone, GDPR and data protection remains king and 2019 is set to be the year when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) completely changes the face of banking. The pressure is on banks to remain competitive whilst maintaining impregnab...

Banking Cyber Security Forum
BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM
June 18-18, 2019
Banking Cyber Security Forum is an exclusive, top-flight event exclusively for senior banking executives, set to address each of these challenges and opportunities and encourages peer-to-peer conversation via a programme built around conversation opportunities with peers from across the banking sect...

Bitglass, Inc.


As enterprises adopt cloud applications and BYOD, IT is faced with securing the proliferation of sensitive data that is now outside of corporate firewalls. Existing security technologies are simply not suited to solving this task, as they were developed to secure the corporate network perimeter. Adding to the challenge, companies must be able to strike the balance between IT security and employee needs. Bitglass delivers the security, visibility, and control that IT needs to enable mobile and cloud in the workplace, while respecting user privacy. Bitglass was founded in 2013 by a team of industry veterans with a proven track record of innovation and execution. Bitglass is based in Silicon Valley and backed by $35M in venture capital from NEA, Norwest Venture Partners and SingTel Innov8.

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EVENTS

Banking Cyber Security Forum
BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM
June 18-18, 2019
Banking Cyber Security Forum is an exclusive, top-flight event exclusively for senior banking executives, set to address each of these challenges and opportunities and encourages peer-to-peer conversation via a programme built around conversation opportunities with peers from across the banking sect...

The Banking Cyber Security Forum London
THE BANKING CYBER SECURITY FORUM LONDON
June 18-18, 2019
Nearly 563 million customer data records were compromised in 2018 alone, GDPR and data protection remains king and 2019 is set to be the year when the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) completely changes the face of banking. The pressure is on banks to remain competitive whilst maintaining impregnab...