Part 2 of the CyberSecurity Festival is coming this November

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Interactive keynotes, deep-dive discussions and networking opportunities are just a few of the reasons to attend
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Interactive keynotes, deep-dive discussions and networking opportunities are just a few of the reasons to attend

Detect. Defend. Deter

As the number of sophisticated, engineered, and automated attacks continues in their millions every week, organisations across public and private sectors must maintain stringent defences to protect their systems and data. However, a purely defensive posture only encourages criminals to persist in their digital siege.

Without the concerted effort of every supplier, partner and client in your supply chain to implement their own rigorous security measures, foster a culture of openness, and report attacks in real time, the risk of a breach will always be there.

The first step to protect your systems and data is to stay informed on the current trends.

Join your peers at Computing's Cyber Security Festival: Part 2 on Tuesday 15th November at One Birdcage Walk, London for our in-person conference and on Thursday 17th November for the closing day of the festival live online.

Both days offer access to exclusive and interactive keynote, panel, deep-dive, and networking sessions, each covering topics including automation and AI, supply-chain security, zero-trust, recruitment and retention, and psychological safety, to name just a few. All these sessions, and more will be hosted by a diverse group of experienced and engaging subject experts and industry leaders.

Find out more and register here.

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