Panel discussion: Battling Cybercrime: Attack techniques, motivations and threats and how to defend against them

    1. Location
      Keynote Theatre
    1. Date 24 Apr 2013

Panel discussion: Battling Cybercrime: Attack techniques, motivations and threats and how to defend against them

24 Apr 2013, 14:30 - 15:30

Keynote Theatre

Language:
English (United Kingdom)

Who is the cybercriminal? A financially motivated, disgruntled employee? A supplier? A politically motivated hacktivist? A terrorist? A member of an organised crime syndicate?

And why would they target you anyway?

This session will assess current cyber threats, help you to understand the motivations driving cybercrime, the methodologies and attack vectors of choice and the strategy and architecture you need in place to protect your organisation. You will learn practical lessons from a line-up of industry experts who will share their insight and experience in tackling cybercrime and let you know what you should be worried about right now.

Highlights of the session include:

  • Gain insight into the motivations of the cyber criminal
  • Assess the level of threat from APT, AET, nation state sponsored cybercrime and organised crime – what do they mean for your organisation
  • Understand the reality of the insider threat and how to deter, detect and prevent it
  • Find out how to develop a threat assessment for your organisation and if you are the victim of cybercrime, who do you report it to?

Contributors

Business Issues Covered

• Deliver security to drive and enable clear business growth • Demonstrate clear thought leadership to ensure security is high on the corporate agenda and capex justified • Ensure information security projects demonstrate return on investment • Identify internal and external threats and keep a business secure • Benchmark your security posture and strategy against your peers

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