The premier cybersecurity symposium incorporating militaries, government
and critical national infrastructure at the highest decision making level
As the cyber threat evolves and the incidence of attacks increases, maintaining preparedness and situational awareness is vitally important. Customised malware, DDoS attacks and the vulnerabilities of mobile and enterprise networks all present real challenges. However, the opportunity to come together and share ideas, solutions and initiatives and to facilitate deeper cooperation in cyber defence must be harnessed.
DefenceIQ is delighted to announce the return of our 10th Annual Cyber Defence and Network Security Conference. Building on the success of previous events in the series, our 2016 conference will offer unique accounts of national and corporate cyber defence strategies, including the most recent programmes and requirements, as well as insight into the latest technologies and innovations available from industry. Cyber Defence and Network Security 2016 truly is an unmissable opportunity to learn from international best practise and expand your network of like-minded cyber security professionals.
Key themes being addressed at Cyber Defence and Network Security include:
- How different leading nations are tackling the issue of Cyber Defence and Network security with insights from senior military figures into their current best practices
- Valuable contributions from NATO’s Locked Shields exercise, explaining in detail their views on the future threats that are faced in cyber security
- What efforts can be made from the ground level of cyber security, from essential training methods for defence staff to policies around governance and management of cyber defence teams
Why you should attend Cyber Defence and Network Security 2016:
- Learn from leading nations on their best cyber security practices, and also the threats that concern them in the future, from best methods of training to concerns around the ‘Internet of Things.’
- Improve your knowledge from the industry as to the best tools and solutions available to help ensure total network security.
- Exposure to organisations outside of the military, ranging from private to public services, with the question being posed “What lessons can be learnt from outside of our network?”