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[Conference] Geneva - 27th September, 2018, hosted by PSYND

Mobile Security

The rise of mobile device usage in organizations requires to constantly adapt to the ever-evolving mobile security threats. Join us to hear from experts about these threats and protective measures that organizations can apply to manage them.

2 CPE credits


[Conference] Geneva - 18th October, 2018, hosted by PSYND

Data Center Security

Trends in virtualization, cloud computing, software architectures and deployment methods are influencing design and implementation of modern data centers. It is because of these changes that the task of securing modern datacenters is becoming increasingly challenging. Join us to hear from our speakers about security processes and tools to improve security in this environment.

2 CPE credits


[Conference] Geneva - 8th November, 2018, hosted by PSYND

Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

The ever-evolving threats in cybersecurity make it very challenging to keep systems current with threat detection mechanisms. Advanced tools and technologies capable of identifying trends and patterns within large amounts of data may be essential in advancing an organisations security. Our speakers will introduce us to currently available AI technologies that deal with security and how AI will advance security, as well as threats, in the future.

2 CPE credits


[Conference] Geneva - 29th November, 2018, hosted by PSYND

Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking

"I am convinced that there are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be. And even they are converging into one category: companies that have been hacked and will be hacked again." - Robert Mueller, Former Director of the FBI. Ethical hacking or penetration testing is essential to the process of evaluating an organization’s security posture and maturity. From the outcome of this process, we can determine what preventive and corrective countermeasures can be used to mitigate the risk of a cyber attack. Join us to gain some insights from experts on the processes and tools to use in effectively carrying out these processes.

2 CPE credits


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