The 5th e-Crime & Cybersecurity Spain
Madrid, 21st November 2019
The rush to digitalise is a commercial imperative, is it also the key to security?
By 2030, 80 percent of heritage financial services firms will go out of business, become commoditized or exist only formally but not competing effectively, according to the latest from global research giant, Gartner, Inc.
And as for banking so for firms in many other sectors. To avoid irrelevance, the argument goes, companies need to transform – not simply tweak - internal systems, processes and cultures to deliver the experience demanded by 21st century customers.
But while going digital is business enhancing, it means moving online and into the Cloud, it means increased connectivity with customers and suppliers and so it means increased complexity and presenting a larger attack surface to cyber criminals. More and more corporate infrastructure is being exposed.
So cybersecurity is the critical foundation upon which DX rests.
So how do companies evolve your business and remain competitive, while protecting sensitive data and retaining clients’ trust?
This event will look at the key cybersecurity issues that arise from a digital transformation strategy in the context of current global cybersecurity trends and the evolution of the latest threats.
It will look at the proactive defensive steps companies must take now if they are to protect their digital transformation processes. It will address the continuing impact of compliance mandates such as GDPR and other legislation on organisations.
And it will examine how innovation combined with strong cybersecurity is a strategic business opportunity to differentiate organisations and add tangible benefit to the bottom line and customer experience.
The 5th e-Crime & Cybersecurity Spain will cover these and other key subjects for its audience of professionals tasked with safeguarding digital assets and sensitive data.