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Marking the anniversary of the UK Government’s announcement to invest £1.9 billion in ‘defending our systems and infrastructure, deterring our adversaries, and developing a whole-society capability’, the Cyber Security Summit will offer a thorough synopsis of the interests and issues affecting the Cyber community. A larger venue enables us to cover a much wider range of topics and showcase a larger number of solution providers, all within a one-day expo.
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CO-LOCATED GDPR CONFERENCE
EU General Data Protection Regulation represents the most critical business change your organisation will face in 2017. With maximum penalties for non-compliance set at a staggering four percent of your company’s worldwide turnover, GDPR should be in the minds of every senior executive doing business in or with the UK and the EU.
The GDPR Conference is designed to bring decision-makers up to speed with the business-critical elements of this comprehensive step change in data compliance. Once the regulation comes into force in May 2018, the issue of data protection will be elevated to every boardroom’s agenda. It is crucial that your organisation is well-prepared ahead of this change.
Excellent event. Managed to get to speak with quite a few people.It was quite full and busy so I’m pleased to hear it’s going to a larger venue next year. Speakers and plenary sessions were just right. Already looking forward to the next event!
Very good event, thank you. I particularly enjoyed listening to the panel, which included the young man that used to be a hacker.I think this format could be extended next year.
This is a must attend conference to stay in touch with future developments of Cybersecurity