I’m delighted to announce that I will be speaking at an exclusive cybersecurity event in Las Vegas in July. Register now if you’re interested in attending.
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In May, I will be hitting the road – going up and down the UK including as far afield as Belfast and Edinburgh - joining the Foursys team for their rather awesome annual SecureTour.
If you’re in London on Thursday 9 March, there’s an opportunity to attend an event where I will be giving a keynote speech about the state of computer security, and the serious threats that businesses are facing.
I’m going to be delivering a keynote, “Threats to business in 2017: Things just got serious”, at a conference being held in London on 26 January.
Tickets are free, but spaces are very limited - so apply now!
Check out this keynote speech by Graham Cluley about how online criminals are targeting businesses just like yours.
I’m going to be delivering a keynote, “The next wave of cybercrime – is your cloud hardened against the hackers?”, at a conference being held in London on 15 June 2016.
And readers of grahamcluley.com can get a 50% discount for their delegate passes. Huzzah!
I had the great honour of delivering a keynote speech at the Future Decoded conference in London yesterday, discussing why we need a trustworthy internet, security and privacy concerns with the internet of things, and what we need to do about it.
I’ve got a bunch of talks coming up in the next few weeks, and thought it might be a good idea to share some details with you - if you’re able, please come along and say “Hi”.