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Nordic Cyber Series

10-11 March 2020

Denmark

https://nordic.cyberseries.io/













The 2nd Nordic Cyber Series summit returns to Copenhagen, Denmark on 10th-11th March 2020 as part of the European series dedicated to regional cyber security challenges. 2020's summit caters to the needs of ICS leaders through expert Keynotes, real-life Case Studies, and Panel Discussions – bolstered by 6+ hours of networking time across the two days. Key themes to be approached include: Third Party Risk Management; Zero Trust Strategies; AI; IAM across devices, services and supply chains; and the role of the CISO.


Learn more about Nordic Cyber Series by visiting nordic.cyberseries.io, where you can secure your 2-day conference pass valued at €999 with a 30% discount* using code: DFM30.






 
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