August 31, 2018 | SSS Sales Team
We are excited to let you know that registrations for the SSS Cyber Security Day are now open. We are bringing this event to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in November. Each event is free to attend, but spaces are limited so register today to make sure that you do not miss out!
- Auckland - 27 November 2018 (SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre)
- Wellington - 28 November 2018 (Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa)
- Christchurch - 29 November (The George, Christchurch)
A rapidly evolving cyber landscape means that the threats faced by organisations are changing and that traditional methods of applying IT Security may no longer be sufficient.
It is imperative that organisations remain vigilant and investigate and implement robust and innovative solutions that will help safeguard their systems. Increased regulations like GDPR and PCI DSS, risks associated with managing SSL / SSH certificates and user identities, and the benefits associated with digitisation of processes mean that organisations need to take a fresh look at how to secure their infrastructure and people from malicious or accidental compromise.
Click on the city closest to you to register now
* Auckland * Wellington * Christchurch *
Who should attend?
This event is specifically aimed at individuals who take ownership of the IT Security tasks in their organisation or individuals in organisations who make decisions around IT Security projects and spend.
Why should you attend?
- This event is completely free to attend.
- This is a great opportunity for you to hear from and interact with leading international experts to gain an insight into real world solutions to address some of the biggest IT Security challenges organisations are facing.
Introducing Kevin Bocek - one of our interesting speakers
One of the interesting speakers at our event is Kevin Bocek, Vice President of Corporate Development and Business Development, Venafi.
Kevin Bocek has over 18 years' experience in cyber security. Kevin led the investigation that identified Secretary Hillary Clinton’s email server failure to use encryption for the first three months and demonstrated how Edward Snowden misused PKI to execute his NSA breach months before a leaked NSA memo revealed the details. He has authored several books, including PCI Cardholder Data Protection for Dummies and Laptop Encryption for Dummies and co-authored research projects including the first Cost of Data Breach, Cost of Failed Trust, and Worldwide Encryption Trends reports.
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