The East Midlands Chamber’s The Cyber Security Conference is fast approaching, taking place on Thursday 23 January 2020 at The University of Nottingham.
The conference will bring together digital specialists, businesses and policy makers to discuss practical ways firms can be more resilient to digital crime, thereby removing barriers to growth and creating an environment in which they, and the region as a whole, can flourish.
Next year’s conference will focus on ‘digital risk’, where delegates will be encouraged to take a ‘360-degree’ look at their business, identify the areas in which they use IT and data and help them to determine their ‘digital risk appetite’.
By examining the consequences of fraud, breach or data loss in various business functions, delegates will be able to better assess the risks and consider what action they need to take to reduce or offset risk, just as they would for other risks to their business, such as regulation, fire or flood.
Through exhibitions and speakers, delegates will receive practical guidance to steer their thinking on cyber security from both a technical standpoint, as well as the necessary processes and governance to underpin it.
Our sponsors, Air IT and RDS Global will also be speaking at the event, respectfully covering the latest threats in conjunction with the rise of Artificial Intelligence and the essentials every business should have when approaching cyber security.
Benefits to attending:
- Understand the strategic decisions needed to ensure digital resilience
- Hear from industry leaders and experts
- Gain insight into the challenges the region faces from cyber criminals
- Establish a holistic, risk based approach to cyber security
- Learn how to devise and implement continuity and recovery plans.
The conference is open to both Chamber members and non-members. Book now to avoid disappointment.