Information Security in the Digital Age
For many of us, the phrase “securing assets” is associated with the traditional concept of registering securities over physical assets. However, in the digital age, some of the greatest risks to business lie in the vulnerability of its intangible assets. You will be aware of our reminders to adequately protect your traditional intellectual property - but what about your information?
On Thursday 13 August Tom Crampton, CEO of TrustedImpact, shared his insights on information security and protecting your business. He addressed the importance of protecting your information from unauthorised access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, theft or destruction.
It was great to see those who attended on the night, and many who were unavailable requested access to the presentation material. This is available to view below, and can be downloaded as a pdf.
We have also included copies of the presentation by Michelle Dowdle and Rohan Kux following Tom's presentation. Please do not hesitate to contact any of the speakers if you have any queries regarding the material or would like further information.
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Download the Information Security in the Digital Age Presentation
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