92% of UK organisations experienced some form of security incident over the last year. Are you spending your money on IT security in the right way?
That’s the question being asked by Virus Bulletin, who are organising a one-day seminar in London on Thursday 25th November where you can hear from some of the world’s leading security experts about what you can do to minimise the impact of a security breach inside your company.
As Virus Bulletin also organises the very best anti-virus conference each year, you can expect this seminar to be good value too.
I’ll be there, giving a talk about cybercriminals are increasingly using social networks to make money, steal identities and cause mayhem. Other speakers include:
- Bryan Littlefair, Vodafone Group
- Bob Burls, Police Central e-Crime Unit
- Juraj Malcho, ESET
- David Evans, Information Commissioner’s Office
- Alex Shipp (formerly of MessageLabs/Symantec)
- Richard Martin, UK Payments Administration
- Andrew Lee, K7 Computing
- Martin Overton, IBM
You can view the seminar programme, including abstracts of each presentation online.
I hope to see some of you there!