On Thursday 28th January, ITC hosted its annual security seminar at the iconic Tower of London and were proud to welcome 100 delegates and three industry experts to talk about cloud security as well as revealing the 2016 security predictions and solutions.
We were grateful to be represented by very knowledgeable individuals such as Tim Grieveson of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Mark Chaplin from the ISF and Raghu Nandakumara from Citi, who presented and developed the message that it is vital that organisations identify their Crown Jewels and protect them effectively.
It was great to partner with Mobliciti, Telstra, Qualys, HP Enterprise, Ignition and Skyhigh, whom without their support this event would have not been possible.
The venue was outstanding and the delegates had the opportunity to listen as well as openly discuss with the speakers about their concerns while enjoying a lavish banquet followed by a very entertaining tour of the Tower and the highly protected Crown Jewels.
The day was topped off by the amazing Sean Alexander AKA ‘The Confusionist’ who put on an amazing show of deception, data theft and mind control. Thank you Sean!
We are very proud to share a few testimonials from our guests:
“Thoroughly enjoyed today’s event. Great speakers, real usable content and an interesting supplier mix. …Congrats for organising such a great event in a splendid and appropriate location”.
Head of IT Service Delivery at Coller Capital
“Venue reflected content + speeches. Congrats, excellent event. Best entertainment ever. Absolutely superb”.
Commercial Director at Openly
“Excellent information about current cloud issues”.
Senior Information Security Consultant at Bank of America