Securing tomorrow: Register now for the Cybersecurity Festival 2024

A celebration of security innovation

Tom Allen
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Securing tomorrow: Register now for the Cybersecurity Festival 2024

The world is changing. Will you change with it?

In an era where cyber threats have become increasingly sophisticated, Computing's Cybersecurity Festival on 2nd May promises a unique opportunity for CIOs, CISOs and other IT leaders to re-imagine cybersecurity in a changed world.

As organisations face a constant barrage of engineered and automated cyber-attacks, maintaining strong defences is not just a necessity: it's a strategic imperative.

By attending the Festival you can meet the most senior and influential voices in UK security, offering delegates a platform to stay informed on current issues, connect with industry pioneers, and showcase innovative cybersecurity strategies.

Register now

With the recent uptick in cybercrime, coupled with geopolitical and economic shifts, the need for robust cybersecurity measures has never been more critical.

The event is packed with interactive keynotes, panels, deep dives and networking sessions covering both major and niche topics in cybersecurity. They include automation and AI; supply-chain security; zero-trust; recruitment and retention; and psychological safety. Attendees will gain insights into the evolving cyber threat landscape, the dangers of insider threats, and the impact of AI on generating targeted attacks at scale.

Apart from engaging talks and demonstrations, the Festival provides a unique opportunity for attendees to share practical cybersecurity ideas, discuss the latest industry developments, and explore technological innovations. The agenda includes a diverse range of sessions, from a discussion on the significance of cyber insurance to a panel addressing diversity in the cybersecurity talent pipeline.

We'll be holding our annual Security Excellence Awards the same evening, celebrating and rewarding the professionals doing the important job of keeping the rest of the industry safe.

Don't miss out on this chance to register and be part of Computing's Cybersecurity Festival. Join your peers, industry leaders and experts to navigate the challenges of the modern cyber landscape and ensure the security of your organisation's systems and data. Register now to stay ahead of the evolving cyber threats and learn how to secure a brighter future.

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