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In order to effectively defend the enterprise, mangament and security teams must have holistic, correlative insight into the environment. Enterprise security is hardly secure if it does not cover the entire enterprise.
Therefore, on 27 April at Warsaw Marriott Hotel, during an exclusive brief a selected group of data protection, security, cybersecurity and legal experts will share a unique knowledge and experience to help to understand how to secure your business operations to outperform, outmaneuver and outfight risks and the attackers.
Welcome remarks – Deputy Chief. U.S Embassy
Introductions – Peter M. Wieschollek – Regional Sales Director Poland & DACH, Fidelis Cybersecurity
Threat trends/current threat landscape – speaker from the FBI [tbc]
Understanding attacker’s motives & Objectives – Craig Harber, former CTO of the NSA
Case Study: The real impact of IT Security on Business – Bartosz Marcinkowski, Partner at DZP law firm & Marek Laskowski, IT Director at DZP law firm
How to operationalise the cyber threat framework, Craig Harber, former CTO of the NSA
Panel Discussion and closing remarks
27 April 2020, 9:30 AM -12:30 PM
Warsaw Marriott Hotel, al. Jerozolimskie 65/79, Warszawa
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