“If you haven’t checked your external-facing websites recently for unpatched vulnerabilities or missing multifactor logins, you might want to get on that”

 

2020 DBIR report, Verizon 

 

 

Cyber-attacks will happen, you just don’t know when or where. Or do you?

 

The DBIR Report is one of the industry’s most robust annual surveys into cyber security trends and sheds some significant light on where attacks might take place. The 2020 version has in-depth analysis from 3,950 breach investigations and concludes that 43% of all attacks were on web applications (more than double the previous year).

 

But the cyber security landscape moves very quickly. It’s no surprise to see cyber security rising back up the agenda in 2020. It was at the top of the board’s concerns previously and as the recovery accelerates, it’s back. So who better to discuss the latest threat vectors (or is it opportunities) than an actor on the inside*?

 

In 2018 we interviewed this experienced hacker and they predicted a massive uplift in ransomware demands due to GDPR. They were right. In 2019 they saw an increasing industrialisation of cyber crime and financially-motivated attacks. They were right. So what do the next 12-months hold? What are the latest threat vectors? And if you were hacking today, who would you target and how?

 

We say “if” because our hacker is not a baddy. Whilst they are knowledgeable on the different attack opportunities, they channel this knowledge into white-hat hacking today. But we will be asking them a number of “in this scenario, what would you do if you were hacking” questions. Our goal is to get inside the head of a hacker without anybody going to jail.

 

We can promise you a challenging discussion. There are just 12 places available around the virtual roundtable. Apply now to attend. 

Who Should Attend?

Senior executives within the largest Global Systems Integrators who are directly involved in client problem solving via the creation, sales or delivery of technology solutions.

 

Attendance is capped to ensure every participant is able to contribute. The meeting is only open to invited participants or those who has been referred by a colleague or our partner, Verizon.

WHO’S OUR CLUB PARTNER?

 

Verizon is a global leader delivering innovative communications and technology solutions that improve the way enterprise organisations and our partners deliver the promise of the digital world.

What is the experience?

All of our virtual roundtables are focused, collaborative and informative. As a participant you join via video and – thanks to a keynote speaker and moderated discussion – take away actionable ideas to implement within your business and with your clients.

 

Prior to the virtual meeting taking place, each attendee is interviewed to understand their interests and perspective. Those who register early will also contribute towards the insight report, which will be published prior to the virtual meeting and will be the focus of the discussion.

Webinar experience

The Team

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James Harris

Founder
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Philippa Brown

Club Director
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Henry Owen

Research Director
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Will Russell

Research Director
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Ted Sami

Research Director
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Elle Brasier

Operations Manager

If you have a question about attendance, please contact me:

 

Philippa Brown

Club Director, Digital Edge Club

 

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3322 6788

Email: ms@digitaledge.club

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