Enterprise Cyber Security (ECS) Ireland

October 16th, 2018

 October 16th, 2018  

Enterprise Cyber Security (ECS) Ireland

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October 16th, 2018

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The cyber threat landscape is steadily growing in complexity, resource and sophistication just as technology becomes ever more advanced and permeates deeper into our personal and professional lives. Enterprises face renewed pressures as the preventative and reactive measures that have previously acted as the fixtures of corporate defence are no longer adequate on their own to ensure the safety of strategic assets (like mission-critical systems, devices, data, applications and users) in the face of targeted cyber-attacks.

The safeguarding of intellectual property and data are now a crucial part of business strategy for every business sector. But as the number of threats and sophistication of attacks gathers pace, security becomes a formidable challenge. The latest National Cyber Security Strategy, launched in November 2016, has committed the Irish government to keeping the nation safe and delivering secure public services in the face of burgeoning data breaches. The Chancellor has pledged £1.9 billion of transformational investment to deter cyber-attacks, develop resilience and defend the critical national infrastructure sector.

Join Whitehall Media’s Enterprise Cyber Security conference where we bring together hundreds of cyber security and InfoSec specialists from both the public and private sector to discuss how they are deploying advanced security strategies, tools and techniques to better manage emerging risks and vulnerabilities.

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