Why you should watch
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16th-22nd May, 2022
For 20 years, the e-Crime & Cybersecurity Congress has been the largest and most sophisticated closed-door meeting place for senior cybersecurity professionals from government, law enforcement, intelligence, and the public private sectors.
For private industry, the sessions will deliver:
- Critical and unique insights that can inform the direction of business, technology and security strategy
- Practical steps that can help assess exposure to, articulate and proactively mitigate the impacts of emerging risks
- Examples of proven approaches that can ensure commercial objectives are met in a secure, compliant manner
- Guidance on future issues and challenges to consider as part of the enterprise decision-making process
- Case study lessons from the leaders: who is really taking cybersecurity seriously in terms of resourcing and hiring? How are they addressing new and persistent challenges? Who is being truly proactive and what benefits are they seeing?
For the public sector, the sessions will address the critical issues of:
- Defending against nation-state actors
- International law enforcement co-operation
- Securing CNI
- The government response to cyber-threats
- Securing the IoT
- Collaboration between the public and private sectors
- Building and enforcing useful, real-world regulations.
"Once again the eCrime & Cybersecurity Congress was both insightful and educational, providing great networking opportunities, allowing sharing from across verticals."
- Head of Information & Cyber Security, McArthurGlen Group
"It was fantastic and all the information and presentations were very informative and educational. Thank you for organising this, it is just mind opening."
- IT Manager, Trinitas Academy Trust
In our new environment, cybersecurity professionals are facing a host of new threats. Flexible working, an increased reliance on cloud and SaaS, staff availability shortages, and the increase in targeted attacks against under-pressure employees are putting organisations around the world under even more strain.
At this challenging time, information-sharing and collaboration are crucial to our ability to defend systems and data against cybercriminals.
Over the past 20 years we've had great success with our virtual and physical conferences and roundtables for senior audiences all across the EMEA region.
The 20th annual e-Crime & Cybersecurity Congress captures the latest thinking and perspectives from CISOs and cybersecurity experts at the UK's leading organisations - from industry and the public sector, to government and law enforcement, to the market's leading cybersecurity solutions providers.