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Noord Infosec UK Dialogue

25-26 February 2020

Oxford, UK

https://www.noordgroup.co.uk/infosecuk/programme/












This intensive 2-dayprogrammeis jam packed with intelligence and opportunity to put your business in a leading position. True peer-to-peer engagement delivered in the most powerful and engaging format, we will be addressing challenges such as:

  • How to create effective security plans, including: design and implementation of a successful Security Considerations Assessment to minimize costs, and delays in service delivery
  • What can be done to minimize the impact of cyberattack on your team's mental health and wellbeing
  • How to adopt an agile approach to staying on top of vulnerabilities to constantly evolving websites when new functionality is introduced
  • What security leaders can do to influence organizational culture and grow an understanding of cyber threats across the business, while ensuring the board understands security is business critical

What's included?

  • 2-days conference and workshop programme
  • Comprehensive event documentation – including option to download presentations from our secure website
  • Customise and build your own itinerary prior to the event
  • Stream sessions, focus groups, speaker's corners and plenary conference sessions with keynote speakers
  • All-inclusive luncheons and refreshments during the day – unlimited tea, coffee, soft drinks
  • All-inclusive drinks reception and 3-course dinner on day 1
  • Pre-matched one-to-one meetings and personalised event itineraries ensuring you gain maximum benefit from your networking time
 
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