The Security IT Summit will be logging in to the Hilton London Canary Wharf next Tuesday (July 4th), giving senior cyber security professionals the opportunity to meet, learn and do business in what is a unique industry event format.
Delegates from some of the largest companies in the UK will discover the latest IT security solutions, while having the chance to learn, first hand, in a keynote seminar how ex-fraudster Elliot Castro managed to scam call centres and individuals out of £2 million.
Elsewhere, Martin Landless of LogRhythm will present Threats are evolving: A new approach to cyber security is required, focussing on the early detection of, and the response to threats.
In addition, CensorNet’s Richard Walters will discuss Going beyond CASB to manage tomorrow’s threat landscape. He will take a look at how the increasing adoption of cloud applications is driving the market need for a context and user behaviour-driven security approach.
Delegates at the Security IT Summit will be representing companies including Kingfisher, GE Capita, RWE Innogy, Specsavers, Sainsbury’s, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, NGC, Astellas, Aviva, The Open University, Nomura, Clifford Chance, Barking, Havering & Redbridge NHS Trust, SSP Group, DST (International financial data services), Ford Credit Europe, The Hillingdon Hospitals, SI Group, Cancer Research UK, Close Brothers, Westfield (Europe), The Celtic Manor Resort Amnesty International, Worldpay and many more.
Attending solution providers include LogRhythm, Bomgar, Celestix, Darktrace, ESET, LGC, Onapsis, Okta, Performanta, Pervade Software, PhishMe, PT Global Solutions, SonicWall, Twist and Shout Media, Unipart Security Solutions, Varonis, WinMagic Data Security and more.