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Cisco announced as event sponsor of the ITWeb Security Summit 2018

ITWeb has announced that network hardware giant Cisco, has come on board as event sponsor of the ITWeb Security Summit 2018.


Johannesburg, 06 Apr 2018
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This premier event, which will be held from 21 to 25 May at Vodacom World in Midrand, centres around meeting the cyber security challenge in an evolving threat landscape. It will highlight the latest trends, and developments, around regulation, electronic data protection, cyber security, fraud and privacy.

The summit features an impressive line-up of top local and international security professionals, including Mikko Hypponen, April C Wright, Jason Street and Eleanor Weaver. Over five days, there will be more than 70 speakers, seven tracks, three half-day workshops, five training courses and more.

As event sponsor of the summit, Cisco will use this platform to share its insights and knowledge to help CISOs and other information security practitioners to evaluate the security tools and solutions available to them, and to properly assess their organisation's security posture.

ITWeb Security Summit 2018

Registration is open for the ITWeb Security Summit 2018, being held in Johannesburg on 22 and 23 May and in Cape Town on 28 and 29 May. This is the must-attend annual event for information security professionals, featuring international speakers, workshops, as well as a beginners' guide to cyber security. Click here.

"Each year without fail we roll out the red carpet for cyber security's movers and shakers from across the country and 2018 is no different," says Angela Mace, CRM and events director of ITWeb. "There is no question about it, everything you need to know from user awareness, data theft, ransomware, risk and compliance, to threat intelligence, strategic planning and security monitoring - is covered at this comprehensive event.

This ITWeb Security Summit 2018 aims to address information security in a purely business context, which will enable attendees to respond effectively and protect what matters most - their data, their revenue, and their staff.

"This is a unique opportunity to hear about the latest developments in security and risk management, from experts in the know, who have built their business around securing today's enterprise, and protecting businesses against today's complex and sophisticated threats," concludes Mace.

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ITWeb Allyson Towle (011) 807 3294 allyson@itweb.co.za
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