See me speak at the Cloud Security Summit in London

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See me speak at the Cloud Security Summit in London

There is another chance to see me speak in London next month, as I’ll be keynoting at the Cloud Security Summit on Wednesday 20th June.

I’ll be speaking about the top business security risks and how you can fight back, but here’s the blurb about what else will be going on during the rest of the day:

In today’s threat landscape, attackers use a wide range of sophisticated methods to infiltrate vulnerable systems. The key to minimising the impact of an attack is to detect threats early, effectively and over a long period of time. In any threat detection effort, organisations must focus on visibility, assessment of risk, and the potential impact to the business.

Join Alert Logic and partners for this one-day event, supported by AWS and driven by real-life customer experiences, where we will tackle security, compliance, threat detection and active response challenges across increasingly complex infrastructures and environments - from on-premises, to cloud, and everything in between.

The event, being held at etc.venues, St Paul’s, is hosted and supported by AlertLogic and Amazon AWS. It is free to attend but places are strictly limited - so register your interest today as there’s likely to be a lot of IT security and infrastructure bods attending.

If you manage to make the event, please do be sure to come up and say hi. And, if you can’t make this one feel free to check out where else I am giving talks in the coming months.

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