The Evolving Cyber Threat Landscape
Lloyd's Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street, London EC3M 7HA,
Thursday 14 February 2013
16:00PM - 17:10PM
All organisations depend on the continuous availability, accuracy and confidentiality of information and networks. In the midst of this ongoing 'digital explosion', greater opportunities now exist for those with malign intent. Cyber crime is rising ever higher on the board agenda of companies across the world, partly driven by recent high profile attacks and ever increasing threats. Professor David Stupples, Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor in Integrated System Design at City University London says "Cybercrime and its more serious cousin cyber-terrorism is the most sophisticated threat facing the law-abiding world today."
Who Should Attend
This 75-minute seminar will be of interest to COO's, CIO's, CISOs/heads of security, CRO's, Underwriters, IT directors, compliance and risk management, infrastructure team leaders from Lloyd's and London market affiliated companies who wish to build their understanding of this very important and emerging landscape. If this event is relevant to other colleagues within your company then please forward this e-mail to them.
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