03 - 04 April, 2012, Guoman Charing Cross, London, UK
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A successful cyber attack on a large business can cost the organisation an average of £690,000, with an attack on a small and medium sized business costing it an average of £55,000. Recent high profile cases including the IMF, Citigroup, Sony, Apple, and the UK Office of National Statistics mean that enterprise security is fast becoming a business critical issue for many organisations around the globe.
The Enterprise Security Summit 2012 brings together industry experts led by 5 C-Level Executives and 10 senior level IT Security Officers to discuss the latest solutions and strategies to help attendees combat this ever present danger and ensure that your business is not paying the price for becoming the latest victim.
By attending this event you will be able to benchmark your existing security precautions against leaders within the field and network with CISOs, CIOS and Heads of IT Security who are addressing the same issues as you on a daily basis.
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Paul Simmonds, Co-Founder & Board Member of the Jericho Forum, joins Technology IQ ahead of the Enterprise Security Summit 2012 to discuss the importance of strong company identity in Enterprise Security.
Suheil Shahryar, Chief Security Architect, Group Info Security at Royal Mail Group, joins Technology IQ ahead of the Enterprise Security Summit 2012 to discuss the importance of security to business. He also discusses how we can overcome inherent risks in multi-tenancy software.
Dan Summers, Information Security Specialist for the Royal Mail Group joins Helen Winsor of Technology IQ to discuss the evolution of future threats in Enterprise security. He also discusses why Enterprise security is a business critical issue.
We appreciate that enterprise security is a sensitive issue and that a measure of discretion is necessary to allow for a free and frank exchange of ideas. Therefore every time you see this padlock symbol on the agenda it denotes that the discussion will be an off the record Chatham House rules session. There will be no audio recordings and nothing from the session will be distributed after the event. These sessions make this the one event that you can attend and really explore the most pressing issues in great detail.
I really like the size of the audience as you can engage with people easily and it really is all about the quality, not quantity, unlike other events I’ve attended.
The event was an exceptional opportunity to meet businesses facing similar challenges and security providers offering innovative solutions. It provided me with new ideas and solutions for my company for this year and going forward into the 2012 budget cycle. I thoroughly recommend it.
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