Cyber Security 2011- For critical infrastructure and intellectual property

28 - 29 November 2011, London, United Kingdom
The number of cyber attacks is increasing exponentially. Attempts to infiltrate or disrupt computer systems put national and international intellectual property and critical infrastructure at risk. These cyber attacks could potentially severely affect economic advantage, the success of industry, with both an economic and strategic impact. Even the world’s largest companies have been victims of cyber attacks in recent times. This conference will help you bolster defence against electronic attacks, and will highlight the development of offensive capabilities and electronic weapons which can be deployed against cyber threats.
This event will be a significant gathering of thought leaders and Government decision makers in the field of cyber security. This conference will focus on monitoring, detection and response to cyber attacks, delivering better services for all stakeholders, while controlling operating costs. It will also cover the issues of finding attracting and retaining top talent in a period of increasing budget pressures.



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