October 10, 2018 - October 12, 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Conference Description (submitted by organizer)
In 2017, the National Information Security Conference (NISC) celebrated its 18th year. NISC provides insight into the most up-to-date cyber security trends, risks and defence strategies.
Cyber security no longer falls under the remit of the IT Manager. High profile security breaches such as Talk-Talk and Tesco have highlighted the impact an attack can have on your business.
The key to an effective defence strategy is to build a solid framework and strengthen your existing security practices. This can often be achieved by ensuring that security protocols are communicated clearly and delivered effectively.
NISC is a highly focused cyber security event designed to encourage peer-to-peer collaboration and thought-leading discussions in a relaxed but professional environment. It provides the proven practices and strategies needed by any cyber security professional to protect their enterprise.
NISC 2017 addressed the areas cited as of ‘most concern’ in the 2016 NISC Cyber Risks Survey. This ranged from issues surrounding malware and cloud security, to the challenges of managing insider threats, a lack of visibility of meaningful security information, as well as compliance.