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The top 3 IT security priorities for 2019

We are seeing a paradigm shift within the industry, leading to greater demand to deliver IT to any device, at any location, at any time. And now also from any cloud, be it your internal data-centre or a cloud provider. 

This shift brings a raft of security and management concerns, especially against the backdrop of increased pressure to protect our data. Highly publicised data leaks show just how easy it is to take your eye off the ball. Therefore, this event is an excellent opportunity to check in with the industry to ensure you have not missed anything.

You will also receive a FREE ticket to the Bristol Aerospace Museum.

Join our experienced in-house specialists as we explore what your priorities should be in 2019. It will help you cement your own knowledge and clarify thoughts. And within your business, assist in educating your users, improving your security practices and ultimately keeping your business protected.

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Agenda

8.30Registration
9.30Welcome and Introduction
9.45Advanced email security using AI and ML with Barracuda
10.30 Break
10.45How to become a threat hunter with Bitdefender
11.30 What is getting lost in all the buzz of data security?
12.15Final thoughts
12.30 Lunch and Museum Tour

When endpoint intelligence empowers network detection’s

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With the advancement and occurrence of threats increasing at an alarming rate, now is the time to club together to create a single consolidated force to be reckoned with which shares threat intelligence from both an endpoint and network perspective. Bitdefender have managed to offer just that, by adding to their already award winning threat detection capabilities, the Network Threat Security Analytics layer. Join Ross as he will discuss this addition to Bitdefender’s arsenal to better protect you from the hostile threats out there.

What is getting lost in all the buzz of data security?

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As data usage grows exponentially, many organisations are struggling with information security because they are short on time, money, staffing or all of the above. At the same time, the buzz from vendors about the latest attack vectors makes data security appear more complicated than it needs to be. This never-ending pursuit of defense against the hottest threats leads organisations to neglect basic aspects of data security, such as realising that not all data requires the same level of protection. In this session, we’ll explain how getting back to basics can strengthen security controls and reduce the risk of breaches.