Breakfast Meeting - 08:00am to 10:30am
Building a Secure Retail Eco-system
The retail environment continues to evolve dramatically and cyber security is a key part of that changing scene.
The cyber attack surface for retailers is expanding: mobile websites and internal business processes; new payment methods such as digital wallets; the use of “Internet of Things” technology in shops and warehouses. While that happens, the criminals are getting smarter, using polymorphic viruses, increasingly sophisticated ransom-ware, and highly targeted and credible whaling scams. And the danger isn’t just to payment data. Criminals value a lot of other data including shopping history, loyalty card data, purchase time and purchase location.
Retailers, natural leaders in the use of data science, are well placed to benefit from advances in data based cyber defences. This briefing will look at the threats the “new normal” for cyber security is bringing and how retail organisations can act to defuse those threats.
With a growing community of IT Professionals joining The IT Security Hub, attendees not only receive exclusive access to new research, but also get the chance to provide input into resources and set the agenda for future events.
During the briefing we will focus on:
- The changing future of retail security
- The importance of data governance frameworks and the continued relevance of GDPR after Brexit
- Strategies and tools for breach containment and response
Who is invited?
CIOs, CISOs, C-suite and other very senior information security and information technology professionals from large Retailers & Etailers
You can’t afford to pay lip service to cyber security
Making cyber security a priority in retail is crucial to improving your security capabilities and outcomes. If learning how to meet the new threats facing retailers is a priority then this briefing is a must attend.
Be one of 15 senior business professionals around the table at The Savoy who will all bring their expertise to bear to analyse the present – and the future.
This breakfast meeting is brought to you by Business Reporter, in association with HP and Intel, and is only for senior end users as mentioned above. Registrations of junior professionals, consultants, solution providers or other sellers to this market won’t be accepted. For any enquiries, please contact Lace on 020 8349 6458 or email Lace.email@example.com.
This breakfast briefing is free of charge to attend, however if you cancel your attendance less than two weeks prior to the briefing, you will have to provide a replacement of equal seniority otherwise you will be a subject of £150 cancellation fee.