I’m going to be delivering a keynote, “The next wave of cybercrime – is your cloud hardened against the hackers?”, at the Data Security in the Cloud 2016 conference being held in London on 15 June 2016.
Here is the official blurb about the conference:
More and more businesses are moving their data into the cloud. It’s simple and scalable… but is it secure? The lingering concerns that companies have are primarily focused around understanding the business risk, knowing the right questions to ask when it comes to contracting cloud services, and transparency of data storage and movement. You have to share data with both employees and suppliers – how can you do this in the safest possible way?
Data Security in the Cloud will address the practical aspects of securing data in the cloud environment. The programme looks at how to get the right services to suit each company’s requirements, managing data classification and encryption, and improving access security.
If this sounds like your cup of tea, then you will probably be even more interested to know that grahamcluley.com readers can receive a 50% discount off the normal delegate pass price by using the promo code MP50.
You’re welcome. :)
Find out more about the event on the Data Security in the Cloud 2016 website.
I look forward to seeing some of you at the conference in June, and if you can’t make this event be sure to check out other events on my speaking schedule.
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2 comments on “Data Security in the Cloud 2016 – hear me speak in London”
You should consider video recording your conference presentations and post them to YouTube later. As to proprietary concerns, technically, you own the portion you contributed. Anyways, break a leg ?
Full retail price is £999!
Looking at the speakers, I have grave doubts about how much they might know about data security in the cloud.