Be apart of our flagship meeting of senior IT professionals focusing on Digital Transformation and the future of cyber security
We constantly hear industry commentators talk about the engine of IT change – this year it’s cloud computing, social business, mobile computing and, big data or analytics. We also hear talk about how customers’ expectations are changing and how businesses need to deliver better joined-up, high-quality customer experiences.
Because of this we have leveraged our global IT community to create a world-class, executive driven academic platform to help you make the right decisions for your organisation. This years’ events will discuss “the digital enterprise” and how CIO’s will utilise technology to gain a competitive advantage and debate the digital transformation going into 2016.
The Event is held globally and features over 100 CIO's in each region championing think tanks, panel discussions and workshops creating a dynamic mix of thought leadership, and best practice strategies.
The GDPR will come into force on 25 May 2018. It will have a huge impact on any company dealing with EU personal data. Since the last act was introduced, technology has enhanced significantly with the creation of internet devices, online retail and the growth of new industries based on the use of personal data. The GDPR intends to bring data protection into the 21st century. Hear how our panellists are dealing with this change.
Cyber crime is big business. What motivates a cyber criminal and how can we use that knowledge to defend our businesses better?
From the perspective of an 'ethical' hacker, the speaker will illustrate the modern world of cyber crime, motivations and ill-gotten gains that motivate hackers today. From this, the presentation will outline the practical steps an organisation can take to prevent itself becoming another breach statistic.
I thought the quality and mix of contributions and the engagement from the audience was excellent.
It felt more like an interactive team exercise in some respects, than a sit back and listen conference, and for me was more enjoyable and genuinely helpful for that. Similar folks, passionate about their brands and their work, but with different best practice to share – very collaborative, which I personally like.
So all good and thanks for the chance to take part. It’s always a drain on time, which none of us have, but it was worth it.
I just wanted to say congratulations on a great event and thank you all for your help, especially Ceri and Sarah who have spent time in advance and at the event with me to help me get the most out of the days here.I have really enjoyed the event, and made some good new contacts as well as insights into common challenges we are all facing in the CIO community. It’s been run superbly so thank you, and I look forward to the future events.- John Nother - Group CIO, Card Factory
This was our first experience with Global Business Events and first impressions are important. I was impressed by the level of seniority at the event. The venue worked well, the size of the event was good for networking and the 1−2−1 business
meetings were strong. Well done and I look forward to the next event’.
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