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Thursday 21 February 2019

Firms urged to "defend, detect and respond" to data breaches


"Defend, detect and respond" - that's the advice digital industry experts are aiming to hammer home to local businesses to help them deal with the risk of data breaches.

They'll be sharing this advice, and further strategies for dealing with cybersecurity and potential breaches, at a one-day Logicalis CI Cyber Security event taking place on 20 March at the Royal Yacht.

Cisco, KnowBe4, Thycotic, McAfee, Sophos and Bromium will be delivering presentations at the event to give local companies an insight into the issues posed by a potential breach. 

Ricky Magalhaes, Logicalis CI’s Managed Security Services Director, said the conference is suitable for businesses of all sizes. It might be of particular interest for staff in compliance and IT roles who want to increase their understanding of how organisations can protect themselves, he explained.

“The key words for us at this conference are defend, detect and respond and, as ever, the first step in reducing risk is to arm yourself with the right knowledge," Mr Magalhaes added.

"The potential for a data breach is a very real problem for all businesses, every day and we’d like all our guests to walk away from the day ideas which can help inform their strategy for dealing with cyber threats."

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