From large corporations to micro businesses the importance of protecting personal and commercial information has become much more important with the introduction of the smart phone and other portable device’s.
When it comes to Information Security Systems small businesses and large corporations believe they are doing all they need to secure themselves and their clients.
However, data breaches are on the increase, more fines are being imposed by the Information Commissioners Office, over £2million in the public sector alone in the last 3 years, and large companies are employing an increasing number of information security personnel.
These organisations are now turning their focus on their supply chains as these now form the largest threats to their business continuity and disaster recovery. John Clarke, NDA Chief Executive explains why in his key note speech at the NDA Supplier Conference in November 2014,
Come and join industry leaders and local practitioners for this FREE event, who will share with you the threats, opportunities, contractual obligations and regulations that are starting to hit the widest supply chains.
The conference will be of benefit to Nuclear suppliers, engineering, haulage, Public Sector suppliers, schools, colleges, universities, Personal Information Processors, accountants, legal practices, NHS suppliers, insurance brokers, retailers and wholesalers.
When & Where
BL6 6JW Bolton
Lancaster University, celebrating its 50th year in 2014, is a world-class centre for teaching and research and is located on a beautiful campus in the Northwest of England. Lancaster University is committed to pursuing international research at the highest level. As a leading research-led university, the university has students from over 100 countries studying at its UK campus and teaching and research partnerships across the globe. The university has over 12,000 students across one of the safest campuses in the UK. 92% of Lancaster University graduates go into work or further study and Lancaster has a community of over 100,000 alumni in 138 countries. The research and teaching of the university has a significant impact on society and the economy through its work with business and other organisations.