Originally published in TechBuzzIreland
Integrity360, the cyber security specialist, has announced the return of its ‘Security First’ conference to Dublin this year. The conference, which is focusing on the theme of visibility, is being held at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin, on Thursday, 27th April 2023, with 250 people expected to attend.
The event will bring together experts and industry leaders from the cyber security industry to discuss the latest threat landscape developments and industry insights, and offer actionable advice on how to protect organisations from the most prevalent cyber threats in 2023.
The keynote speaker at the event will be investigative journalist and author Geoff White. During his career, Geoff has published a number of books and covered topics including election hacking, money laundering and cyber heists. His latest book is entitled ‘The Lazarus Heist – From Hollywood to High Finance: Inside North Korea’s Global Cyber War’* and his next book (‘Rinsed’) will reveal technology’s impact on the world of money laundering.
Integrity360 speakers will include Richard Ford, Brian Martin and Nick Brownrigg. Brian will be discussing the latest cloud trends and their impact on cyber security, including developments across public and private cloud and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), the impact of security tools and platforms migrating to cloud, and cloud security in the modern hybrid working world.
Nick will be talking about why the concept of identifying threats is being neglected. This session will explore modern-day exposure management, how the market has predominantly focused on detect and recover, and how technology can be used to proactively identify cyber threats.
A number of industry leaders, as well as Integrity360 partners, will also be speaking at the conference – including Checkpoint, Varonis, XM Cyber, Mimecast, Darktrace, Rapid 7, Splunk, Zscaler, and Fortinet. These sessions will touch on topics such as how to gain data visibility and the benefits of Managed Detection and Response.
Speaking about the conference, Richard Ford, CTO, Integrity360, said: “It’s fantastic to be returning to Ireland for this year’s Security First Conference and we are delighted about the interest already. It really shows that cyber security continues to be a top priority for Irish businesses and individuals.”
The conference offers senior business and IT professionals from organisations of all sizes the chance to discuss, learn, grow, and connect with Integrity360’s tight-knit network of industry professionals across Ireland. For more information and to register, click here.