Kaspersky Virtual Cyber Insights Conference
Event submitted on Friday, June 26th 2020, approved by Content Team ✓
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There are some absolutely first-class speakers at the virtual conference as you’d expect from Kaspersky. The main thrust of this event is that Cybercriminals are increasingly attacking employees at home because, of course, COVID-19 has pushed a lot of people to work from home. There’s some really great content at this event and we absolutely encourage you to attend if you can – and – there are also prizes to be won! Good luck to the team.
Conference Event Summary
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On July 2, 2020, Thursday, senior cybersecurity professionals and industry analysts will gather at the much-awaited Kaspersky APAC Virtual Cyber Insights Conference 2020 to debate and deliberate on the top threats facing Enterprises in South East Asian countries – and what they mean for IT leaders and Security Decision Makers, in terms of incident response, business continuity and risk management. Participants will leave with clear, actionable intelligence on how to transform their cyber defense capabilities.
Cybercriminals are seeking to gain access to corporate networks – particularly in the post-perimeter era, which arises not only because of digital transformation but exacerbated by COVID-19 work-from-home imperatives. Against this background, how does cybersecurity need to evolve?
In this Virtual Summit, experts from IT and business will discuss the most dangerous cyber threat targeting Enterprises in South East Asia, where we will share recommendations to prepare for when – and not if – a cybersecurity breach happens. By joining, you will also be able to gain industry insights and understand what your peers are doing as 2020 ushers a new decade of proactive cybersecurity.
Participants will be able to join in the debate and ask questions to Kaspersky experts, peers and security industry analysts from IDC.