Who's watching your business? - Cheltenham Cyber Security Conference - Friday 7th June
PUBLISHED: 14:13 05 April 2013 | UPDATED: 21:25 05 April 2013
You may already have been a victim. According to the KPMG's Data Loss Barometer hacking of business information incidents leapt from 8% in 2010 to more than 50% in 2012.
Whos watching your business? - Cheltenham Cyber Security Conference - Friday 7th June
You may already have been a victim. According to the KPMGs Data Loss Barometer hacking of business information incidents leapt from 8% in 2010 to more than 50% in 2012. It is clear that cyber-attacks can no longer be considered a nuisance sport played by technically talented people, but should be considered a real and present threat, driven by a desire to steal or damage sensitive material. Preparing yourself against attack protects your bottom line.
Many business leaders are worried about cybercrime; the difficulty is knowing which threats to be worried about, how worried to be and knowing what can be sensibly achieved within the confines of the business
- Dibble Clark, Chairman 3SDL Ltd.
No matter what size your business is or what industry youre in; if you are connected to the internet then you are at risk. The first Cheltenham Cyber Security Conference, held on Friday 7th June, will provide business leaders with a guide to protecting employees and businesses from attack malware, hacking, ransomware, even an innocent check of Facebook during the lunch hour.
With Government estimating the cost of cybercrime at more than 27 billion a year; addressing weaknesses in business strategy, recognising growing threats and protecting your organisation is now more important than ever.
Join Science minister and government spokesperson on Cyber Security Rt Hon David Willetts MP, along with many of the UKs leading experts in the field, at the regions most important business conference on cyber security to learn about the practical actions that you can take to tackle this critical issue. Other speakers include e-security and data privacy expert Prof Sadie Creese, GCHQs Deputy Director Chris Ensor and Martin Sadler MD of HP Labs.
Conference tickets include lunch with a further option of participating in a business networking event over breakfast a whole day for only 130 including VAT! With just 200 places available be sure to get in early.
Visit www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/CCSC2013 to book your place in what is likely to be the hottest event on business information security outside of London. Can you afford to miss it?
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