Cloudia IT Academy 2018 - CyberSec Day

Date: 
25/10/2018

On October 25th the IT ACADEMY is dedicating a whole day to the topic of Cyber ​​Security with the fourth edition of CyberSec Day.

The event is gathering cybersecurity experts giving valuable insights on the fast evolving cybersecurity landscape; over the last years companies have been subject to increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks: they have had to evolve their approach to cybersecurity over time and today face the challenge of how to keep it aligned with the business strategy.

Awareness of risks, a proactive attitude that values ​​prevention next to the solution, will be the central themes of this fourth edition.

In the morning participants will attend a real ethical Hacking laboratory to understand the techniques used by an attacker to penetrate the companies. Following a practical analysis of risks related to the processing of data as required by Article 32 of the GDPR and practical example of data breach management.

In the afternoon the major market players will illustrate the strategies and solutions of CyberDefense; the event will be closed by Prof. Baiardi, ICT risk assessment and management - Universtità degli Studi di Pisa, on a specific session about the value of the Penetration Test.

More information on the event can be found here: https://www.cloudia.pcsystem.it/

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