IT Governance’s founder and executive chairman, Alan Calder, and head of technical services, Geraint Williams, are delighted to be attending the Cyber Threat Awareness and Guidance event on 2 February in Bedfordshire at Putteridge Bury, Luton, where Alan will speak and Geraint will deliver a hacking demonstration.
The Cyber Threat Awareness and Guidance event aims to provide businesses with an understanding of current and emerging cyber threats. The event is organised by the Bedfordshire Police Cyber Hub, and welcomes SMEs, large corporations and governmental organisations.
The one-day event brings together information security experts to speak on the latest information security trends, standards and legislation to help businesses understand the risks they’re exposed on a daily basis, and to provide an overview of best practices and appropriate security controls that organisations should implement.
Alan Calder, IT Governance’s founder and chief executive officer, will deliver a presentation on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
and its implications for businesses from 15:00 – 15:30pm (GMT).
Geraint Williams, IT Governance’s head of technical services, will demonstrate ethical hacking
from 09:50 – 10:30am (GMT) to help businesses understand the vulnerabilities and threats they face.
The event will take place on Thursday, 2 February 2017, from 9:00 – 15:30pm (GMT) at Putteridge Bury, Hitchin Rd, LU2 8LE, Luton.
IT Governance encourages clients and information security professionals attending the event to take advantage of this opportunity to speak to its information security experts about cyber security issues, implementing standards or complying with data protection legislation.
To find out more and register to attend the Cyber Threat Awareness and Guidance event for businesses in Bedfordshire,
please visit the event website