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Coverage: UK & Ireland

Security Strategy 2023: Managing Risk to Enable Digital Business

IDC Security Summit

In 2023, the European cyber security landscape continues to progress at high speed.
Luckily, we know what you need to know!

At IDC, we know that data tell a story, we know how to listen to it. Join these security sessions to get insights into security and privacy technology evolution and viewpoints on top-of-mind themes for security practitioners.

Overview
What is on the mind of CISO? The disruption from the pandemic has not yet ceased, and yet we face new ones already. Security teams remain understaffed, yet they need to protect critical business assets and help to engender trust and steer the complex course of compliance with new and emerging digital sovereignty rules.
The massive move to cloud, the adoption of IT and operational technology virtualization, plus reliance upon extensive supply chain ecosystems are powerful drivers but can result in less positive outcomes, such as increased risk, complexity, and an expanded attack surface.
Why Attend?
At IDC, we know that the best way how to tackle complex problems is a combination of data that you can build your decisions on, and experience from the industry thought - leaders. And that is what you can get at IDC Security Summit. Join us to gain access to the newest IDC research and connect with your peers. Cannot make it on April 17-19? Register anyway, we will share the materials with all registrants afterwards.

Key topics

These are main areas we will cover at IDC UK & Ireland Security Summit

Resilience

Regulatory requirements

Supply chain security

Applications Security

Security as one of the building blocks of Trust

Agenda

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15:00

Arrival & Check Into Hotel (Sponsors and Delegates)

18:00

Delegate & Sponsor Event Registration

19:00

IDC Welcome & Informal Dinner and Drinks

Speakers

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Venue

Hilton London Syon Park
Park Rd, Isleworth TW8 8JF

IDC data context

Based on IDC Security survey from May 2022, half of European organizations have experienced an increase in cyberattacks in the past year. The increase is more pronounced in Western Europe (52%) than in Central and Eastern Europe (37%). Large organizations (1,000+ employees) are more likely to have experienced an increase in attacks.

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Knowledge Hub

Why Does Digital Sovereignty Matter in Cloud Buying Decisions?

Digital sovereignty is the main advantage of using local, as opposed to global, cloud providers for more than a fifth of organisations in Europe. However, this ranks far below other benefits.

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Zero Trust and the 40% Challenge

70% of CEOs of large European organisations will be incentivised to generate at least 40% of their revenues from digital by 2025, driving more than €4 trillion of gross value added (GVA) in Europe.

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What is the Future of Trust in Europe and How Does Security Fit in?

IDC has detected the emergence of a new theme: security is starting to position itself to provide the trust that enables digital transformation. Watch the webcast to find out how.

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Contact Us

Hannah Dowie

Event Producer - Conferences, IDC UK

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