Netshield to Discuss How Vulnerable Businesses are to Cyber Threats

Managed ICT Services Provider Netshield on the 24th April 2014, will be discussing the issue of Cyber Threats and different types of IT protection methods at a seminar held at the British Embassy in Brussels.

Working with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) in Belgium Richard Carty, Commercial Director at Netshield will discuss why ICT Security needs to be a high priority, the common threats and ways in which organisations can protect their network and data.

The seminar will be aimed at organisations operating in sectors such as legal, financial, recruitment and the service industry and will take place on the 24th April 2014, at the prestigious British Embassy in Brussels from 9.30 – 13.00 (Central European Time).

‘ICT security is a growing concern with an increasing trend of professional services being a target for malicious behaviour, due to the high levels of business data they hold. The seminar will provide insight to the current threat landscape, security risks of current technological trends and protection methods’ commented Richard Carty.

The seminar will also include a live security breach demonstration from our guest speaker Rodrigo Marcos from SecForce and discussions on data security from a Legal perspective by Paul Van den Bulck, McGuireWoods.

‘We are delighted that the British Ambassador Jonathan Brenton, Paul Van de Bulck Partner at McGuireWoods and Rodrigo Marcos at SecForce will be able to join us to discuss the topic of ICT security and examine how exposed are businesses to the cyber threat in the changing workplace environment. With majority of businesses reliant on technology and data to be operational it emphasises why a secure ICT network is essential’ added Richard Carty.

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