Welcome to the ‘Zero Trust’ world…
…in which cyber criminals globally are indiscriminately pitting their wits and expertise against the security defenses of companies. Think you’re too big to be a target of these opportunistic hackers? Think again. No organisation, irrespective of size or sector, is immune to attack. 2018 was the Year of the Breach, with a whopping 945 data breaches leading to 4.5 billion data records stolen, according to Gemalto. Yet despite attempts by businesses, regulators and government to stem the tide of cyber-attack, companies in 2019 are still struggling to stay out of the headlines.
Thursday 2nd May at the Churchill War Rooms
Join Babel on Thursday 2nd May at the Churchill War Rooms for a breakfast event that tackles this very question. Hear from our panel of expert commentators at The Daily Mirror, Reuters, ZDnet and Infosecurity Magazine to discover what makes or breaks good commentary on key security issues. Get stuck into a short training workshop on how to react when a major security event occurs – whether you are the company under attack or an expert wanting to comment on the breaking news.
The Babel team has in-depth experience in managing crisis communications – read some of our insights here – and issues jumping for brands in the technology and telecoms space, and will draw on our knowledge to moderate the discussion from our esteemed panel:
- Sophie Curtis, technology & science editor, Daily Mirror
- Jack Stubbs, European cybersecurity correspondent, Reuters
- Danny Palmer, senior reporter, ZDNet
- Dan Raywood, contributing editor, Infosecurity Magazine
The panel will commence at 9am, followed by the workshop and Q&A, wrapping up by 10:15am, but please join us from 8.30am for teas, coffees and a light breakfast.
Address: Imperial War Museums, Churchill War Rooms, Clive Steps, King Charles St, London SW1A 2AQ, UK
If you would like to attend, please email [email protected] to register your interest. Places are first come, first served.
Look forward to seeing you there.