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20-21 February, 2019



NordX, the summit dedicated to securing the Nordic region from cyber threats, will be in Copenhagen, 20-21 February 2019. This event will bring together senior IT Security professionals from across industries to discuss a wide range of cyber issues as they grow in sophistication, frequency, and intensity. Industries represented include Oil & Gas, Banking, Transport, Healthcare, and Retail. 

The dynamic agenda includes a variety of interactive informative sessions, such as on-stage interviews, keynote and panel discussions, as well as informal networking opportunities. Key themes to be approached include: cost-effective solutions to data protection, current and upcoming cyber threats, the implications of government regulations, and the adequacy of our existing protective measures. 

To gain practical insight into IT Audit, learn about alternative ways of sourcing funds for IT security solutions, benchmark and compare the levels of digitalisation between businesses, please refer to cyberseries.io/NordX, where further details on the agenda, speakers, sponsors, and booking are available. Register today to receive the 25% off with the code DFM25.

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