Secure South West 8
  • Rolle Marquee, Plymouth University

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IT security is an issue of growing importance to organisations at all levels, with the increasing adoption of new devices and online services introducing a range of potential risks that businesses need to consider, from the technology itself through to human and legal aspects.

This event is specifically offered for the benefit of organisations in the South West, giving an opportunity for awareness-raising and access to expertise without the need to travel out of the region. The programme includes presentations and discussion addressing a range of security topics relevant to the current market. These will be delivered by representatives from leading companies in the IT security industry, alongside recognised academic experts from Plymouth University.

The event is free of charge to delegates and includes refreshments and lunch as part of the programme, ensuring opportunities for networking and discussion among delegates and the speakers.

Visit the Secure South West website for further information including programme and speaker details.

The event is supported by the south west branches of BCS - The Chartered Institute for IT and the Institute of Information Security Professionals.

Safer Internet Day 2017
This event takes place on Safer Internet Day 2017, which sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. The 2017 slogan is 'Be the change: Unite for a better internet'. Find out more on the UK Safer Internet Centre website.
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