January 9, 2019 | Written by: Ulla Theil
Categorized: Event | Security
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All over the world digital transformation is forcing business leaders to take action regarding risk, security and continuity in order to protect customers and business itself.
According to IDC’s Nordic security survey, 45% of businesses have experienced a data breach which compromised customer relations and destroyed digital trust.
Today it is a matter of when, not if, a company gets attacked. Security is not just about IT technology – it is very much about the business really suffers under a cyber-attack.
It is key to react quickly and resolutely to an attack so that business continuity and integrity can be maintained. Therefore, it is important to have a plan that covers actions both before, during and after the attack.
Making a safety roadmap is a good starting point for a plan – and it may be useful to follow the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework that emphasises the importance of these 5 areas:
This and also insights on how you easily can access advanced surveillance technologies and cyber security experts, by outsourcing your security solutions will be the focus of the event: NextSecurity.
On January 24, Pedab and CSIS invite you to a security briefing at Industriens Hus. We have inspiring speakers on the agenda – eg. Felicity March, a former hacker and now a European security expert at IBM, and Jan Kaastrup from our security partner CSIS, living on protecting some of the world’s largest commercial companies against cyber attacks.
At this briefing you will get:
- A strategic and business perspective on outsourcing of security.
- Understanding how to easily access advanced monitoring technologies and cyber security experts.
- Specific examples of companies that have experienced a cyber attack.
- Insight into why it is important to have a plan – even when the attack has happened.
Copenhagen V. , Denmark.
24th of January, 8.30-10.30
Agenda and Register:
Click here, to see the agenda and register.
For any further questions do not hesitate to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org