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SC Cyber Security Day to evaluate key trends

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SC Cyber Security Day to evaluate key trends
SC Cyber Security Day to evaluate key trends

SC Magazine is to take a look at four of the key trends in information security in an online event this week.

To be held on Tuesday 16th April 2013 at informationsecurity2013, the SC Magazine Cyber Security Day will consist of four webcasts over the course of the day. Beginning at 10am, SC Magazine executive editor Dan Raywood and Steve Durbin, global vice president of the Information Security Forum (ISF), will look at ‘Key threat predictions for 2013 & beyond: What do they mean for you?'.

The second morning session will see Stuart Lyle, acting head of risk and security at Three, look at ‘Mission critical: Defending critical national infrastructure from cyber threats' from 11.30am.

The afternoon sessions begin at 2.30pm, with Jericho Forum co-founders Andrew Yeomans and Paul Simmonds looking at ‘Mastering identity management - How to slash cyber risk'. Finally, at 4pm, Stewart Room, partner at Field Fisher Waterhouse, and Dan Raywood look at ‘Twenty thirteen - The year cyber law comes of age'.

Raywood said: “This day will see some of the key areas of security really analysed properly, and now a quarter of the way through 2013, it will be interesting to see just how realistic those predictions from the end of last year have become.”

Follow the event online at informationsecurity2013 and on Twitter via the hashtag #SCCyberSec.

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