4 - 5 OCTOBER 2017 / EXCEL LONDON
Sophos

Sophos

Stand: AA20

Sophos makes IT security simple with complete solutions that protect networks, servers and devices, wherever they are located. Today, more than 100 million users in 150 countries and a global network of channel partners rely on Sophos for trusted solutions to complex security challenges. Focused on innovation and backed by a global network of SophosLabs threat intelligence centers and industry-leading support, Sophos delivers solutions that are simple to deploy, maintain and manage, enabling organisations to focus on performance and growth. Sophos – Security made Simple.

Exhibitor Website

Twitter LinkedIn Facebook

Sophos Seminars

  • Stand and deliver, your money or your data! Wed 4th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Stand and deliver, your money or your data!

    Cyber crime activity is growing fast and evolving at pace, becoming both more aggressive and technically proficient. As such it is a major and growing threat to UK businesses accounting for 53% of total UK crime.

    Both the NCA and FBI have reported significant growth in the number of technically competent cyber criminals active within the UK with ransomware infections quadrupling in 2016 and an estimated 4,000 attacks seen each day.

    How are they so successful, what are the mechanisms that these infections use and how can we protect ourselves from the threats posed by advanced payloads such as ransomware?

    Speaker

    James Burchell

    James BurchellMore

    Time / Place

    Wed 4th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Cyber Threat Protection Theatre

  • Stand and deliver, your money or your data! Wed 4th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Stand and deliver, your money or your data!

    Cyber crime activity is growing fast and evolving at pace, becoming both more aggressive and technically proficient. As such it is a major and growing threat to UK businesses accounting for 53% of total UK crime.

    Both the NCA and FBI have reported significant growth in the number of technically competent cyber criminals active within the UK with ransomware infections quadrupling in 2016 and an estimated 4,000 attacks seen each day.

    How are they so successful, what are the mechanisms that these infections use and how can we protect ourselves from the threats posed by advanced payloads such as ransomware?

    Speaker

    James Burchell

    James BurchellMore

    Time / Place

    Wed 4th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    Future of Threat Intelligence Theatre

  • Brought to you by Sophos Wed 4th Oct 14:20 - 14:50

    Brought to you by Sophos

    Speaker

    James Lyne

    James LyneMore

    Time / Place

    Wed 4th Oct 14:20 to 14:50

    IP EXPO Keynote Theatre

  • Stand and deliver, your money or your data! Thu 5th Oct 11:40 - 12:10

    Stand and deliver, your money or your data!

    Cyber crime activity is growing fast and evolving at pace, becoming both more aggressive and technically proficient. As such it is a major and growing threat to UK businesses accounting for 53% of total UK crime.

    Both the NCA and FBI have reported significant growth in the number of technically competent cyber criminals active within the UK with ransomware infections quadrupling in 2016 and an estimated 4,000 attacks seen each day.

    How are they so successful, what are the mechanisms that these infections use and how can we protect ourselves from the threats posed by advanced payloads such as ransomware?

    Speaker

    James Burchell

    James BurchellMore

    Time / Place

    Thu 5th Oct 11:40 to 12:10

    Cyber Threat Protection Theatre

  • Stand and deliver, your money or your data! Thu 5th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Stand and deliver, your money or your data!

    Cyber crime activity is growing fast and evolving at pace, becoming both more aggressive and technically proficient. As such it is a major and growing threat to UK businesses accounting for 53% of total UK crime.

    Both the NCA and FBI have reported significant growth in the number of technically competent cyber criminals active within the UK with ransomware infections quadrupling in 2016 and an estimated 4,000 attacks seen each day.

    How are they so successful, what are the mechanisms that these infections use and how can we protect ourselves from the threats posed by advanced payloads such as ransomware?

    Speaker

    James Burchell

    James BurchellMore

    Time / Place

    Thu 5th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    Future of Threat Intelligence Theatre

Top