Cyber Security & Data Protection Summit 2020
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Event submitted on Thursday, January 30th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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By far, this is one of the most awesome Cybersecurity Conferences taking place in the UK. The National Crime Agency, as well as the National Cyber Security Centre, will be (we understand) presenting. The discussions will revolve around the security of the UK – it will be a really fascinating event. Good luck to the organizers and let us know if you attend. If you’re living and working in London within Information Security (especially with regards to PII and Data) then there are few events as good as this year in London, UK.
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To celebrate more than 10 years of the Cyber Security and Data Protection Summit, the people behind the event are bringing attendees multiple streams, two plenaries, hands-on workshops, and extensive networking opportunities. With 11 years of community-driven cyber expertise up their sleeve, they aim to deliver a programme of content which gathers the Cyber and Data Protection professions across a variety of sectors and industries. Everyone is invited to learn from each other, from phishing in central government to security talent retention in retail and from GDPR compliance in healthcare to security leadership development in financial services.
The event also gives a platform to those leading the nation’s strategy to deter and defend would-be attackers, inviting the National Crime Agency as well as the National Cyber Security Centre to share their vision for the UK’s future security. Surrounding this curated festival of content, the event for 2020 will be complemented by an exhibition, which features the most recent in services and products helping to keep the UK’s security and data protection practitioners on guard for the next generation of threats.