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IT Governance to exhibit and present at The Future of Cyber Security Manchester

15/01/2018

IT Governance, a leading global provider of cyber security expertise and data protection compliance training and consultancy, will be exhibiting as well as joining an exciting panel of speakers at The Future of Cyber Security Manchester on Thursday, 25 January.
 
The Future of Cyber Security Manchester is a national event that aims to harness specialist cyber security knowledge and engage decision makers in crucial cyber security problem-solving exercises. Covering the strategic needs of all enterprises, the one-day conference provides attendees with a unique opportunity to learn from a carefully selected pool of experts and innovators from this high-impact, dynamic field.
 
The conference sessions and seminars are designed to paint a clear picture of the current cyber security landscape, and aim to offer practical insights and methodologies for advancing strong and highly beneficial cyber security strategies. The presentations will cover new technology and emerging threats such as fake news, as well as discuss how the National Cyber Security Centre is helping businesses across the UK. Other topics include the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), malware attacks, cyber crime, the relationship between data protection and the state, and long-term risk management strategies.
 
Tony Drewitt, managing director of IT Governance and our speaker at the conference, is a highly experienced professional who has helped many clients successfully implement and comply with international information security management standards such as ISO 27001 and ISO 22301. He is also a business continuity management expert and author of the books ISO 22301 – A Pocket Guide, A Manager’s Guide to ISO 22301 and Everything you want to know about Business Continuity.
 
IT Governance’s talk is titled ‘GDPR compliance and your cyber security programme’. It will cover the impact of the GDPR on cyber security in public-sector organisations, common challenges and solutions in cyber security and privacy, and the practical steps to initiating a GDPR compliance programme.
 
Clients and information security professionals attending the conference are encouraged to visit IT Governance at stand No. 5. The conference will take place at Manchester United Football Club, Old Trafford, M16 0RA.
 
To book a place at this sought-after event, please visit the Future of Cyber Security Manchester website or email info@psbeevents.co.uk.