Cyber Security & Cloud Expo Global 2021
Event submitted on Tuesday, October 6th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud Security
- CXO Level
- Machine Learning
- Offensive Security (Malware)
- Web Application Security
If you are a Cybersecurity Professional in London, then we would highly recommend this conference. More than 9,000 professionals are expected to gather together across the world. The agenda of this event is to tackle the real issues facing CISOs and security professionals as modern enterprises evolve, as well as showcasing the most innovative and important developments in the security solutions market.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Tuesday, October 6th 2020, or created by us.
Returning to the Olympia London, the seventh Cyber Security & Cloud Expo event is co-located with the IoT Tech Expo, AI & Big Data Expo, 5G Expo, and Blockchain Expo, so you can explore the future of these convergent technologies under one roof.
Expand your knowledge and gain the security skills needed to steer your organization to a more secure future.
9,000 attendees are expected to congregate from across the world including CISO’s, Heads of Innovation and Technology, IT Directors, Security Professionals, Start-Up’s, OEM’s, Government, Operators, Technology Providers, Investors, and many more.
The conference agenda will tackle the real issues facing CISOs and security professionals today as modern enterprises evolve, as well as showcasing the most innovative and important developments in the security solutions market.
Presented in a series of top-level keynotes, interactive panel discussions, and solution-based case studies with a focus on learning and building partnerships in the emerging cybersecurity and cloud space.
Key topics examined include security, scalability, best practice for CISO’s, staffing issues, providing ROI, cloud, network defense, digital identity, automation, emerging tech, threat detection and landscapes, DDoS, malware, and the human factor.