On Thursday, I will be taking part in a web seminar with the good folks at Computing discussing how companies can better protect their high-value information and intellectual property from the threat of online criminals, hacktivists and state-sponsored attackers.
The session, entitled “Closing the IT security risk management gap: 3 Ways to connect IT & the Board”, is free for anyone with an internet connection to attend, and features not only myself but also journalists from Computing, and Proofpoint’s EMEA director Mark Sparshott.
Not only will you be able to hear the panel pontificate about the threats posed by spear-phishing, targeted attacks and APTs, but you will also be able to pose your own questions online (which we will do our best to answer).
Our hope is that the session will help those of you who are unrecognised heroes of the security world, tasked with securing your organisation’s computers, convince the board of the importance of properly protecting your critical data and networks.
So, what are you waiting for?
The event will be live on the web at 11am UK time, on Thursday 28th November.
Find out more, by registering your attendance now.
If you are interested in having me speak at your organisation’s event, you can find out more here.
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