As organisations increasingly put data online, through digital channels, and cloud storage, the risk of data breaches and other attacks increases.
Breaches are becoming larger and more high profile, plus the new laws requiring mandatory reporting are resulting in public awareness - affecting trust, reputation and business resilience. Cyber criminals are adopting increasingly sophisticated ways to attack, and companies are looking at new technologies and methodologies to increase their resilience.
Organisations from all sectors need to start automating processes, take new approaches to IT and digital infrastructure, adopt new approaches to data, innovate with emerging technologies, and adopt different approaches to security culture.
Key conference themes at the Data Breach Incident Response & Resilience conference:
- Achieving data governance and effective planning & benchmarking plans for incident response
- Effectively managing incident response – what needs to be done if there is a data breach
- Understanding emerging trends, technologies, and innovations to adopting if responding to or countering an incident