Saturday 17 August 2019

Win tickets to the Secure Computing Forum 2019 on September 12

Is your business protected from the threat of cyber attacks? How can you stop hackers and what should you do if you’ve been targeted?

In the past, companies worried about locking up their stock and setting an alarm at the end of the day. Today, cyber security poses an even bigger threat.

As businesses rely more and more on online databases, digital software and cloud-computing, they must be able to protect them - enter the Secure Computing Forum.

Now in its seventh year, the Secure Computing Forum will bring together the tech, business and cyber communities on September 12 in the RDS in Dublin.

It’s a great opportunity to network with peers from across the business spectrum as well as semi-state bodies and government organisations.

During this exciting event, leading speakers and industry experts will discuss 2019’s biggest cybersecurity trends. Topics will include the dark net, crypto-currencies, surveillance technology, machine learning and cyber privacy.

The Secure Computing Forum will attract some of the biggest names in the sector including, Jamie Woodruff, Europe’s No 1 Ethical Hacker, Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland, John P. Carlin, Former Assistant Attorney General for the US Department of Justice’s National Security Division, Mustafa Al-Bassam, Former Hacker and Security Advisor at Secure Trading and Jamie Bartlett, Journalist and Tech Blogger for The Telegraph plus many more. You can check out the impressive speaker line-up here.

This year, we have three pairs of tickets to give away to the hotly-anticipated event. If you would like to win tickets to the Secure Computing Forum in the RDS on September 12, you can enter the competition here.

Or, if you’d like to secure your place and join 400+ senior IT professionals and decision makers you can buy tickets online now.

 

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