Data Security & Privacy Insights To Mitigate Businesses Risks
Data security and privacy are getting a much-needed spotlight right now, as they should. Given the fact that companies gather a lot of sensitive user data, it is fair to say that security must be one of the top priorities. Data security in the enterprise ...
Data security and privacy are getting a much-needed spotlight right now, as they should. Given the fact that companies gather a lot of sensitive user data, it is fair to say that security must be one of the top priorities.
Data security in the enterprise sector is more of an afterthought than a top priority for many companies.
Data Security and Privacy are two fundamental elements of building trust between the company and the user. Proper data security can be considered a significant differentiating factor for many consumers, in light of breaches and violations.
Whether we like it or not, we live under the constant threat of data breaches. Every week there is a news piece about some big company having a security issue that resulted in a massive amount of user’s personal data being exposed and sold on the black market. Reputations are blemished, trust is nil, and money lost.
It is essential to understand the reason why these things are allowed to happen and realize how much is at stake when it comes to personal data and other sensitive information.
Sharing insights within the community is of paramount importance. The assessment of the insights coming out of that data can become proven organizational knowledge. That knowledge needs to be orchestrated so that action-based response and ultimately remediation can occur.
To ensure the cyber security community achieves this end-goal, please join us at the Data Security & Privacy Summit on March 16-17, 2021!
Al will cover the following topics:
- Next Generation Cyber Ranges – What you need to know to Enhance your Cyber Resilience and the Security Skills of Your Team
- From Large-Scale Skills Development to Increased Cyber Resilience
- Throwing your SOC team in at the deep end
Who Should Attend?
- Head and Directors of Cyber Security
- Head and Directors of Information Security
- Head and Directors of IT
- Providers of cyber security solutions, services and software