Wednesday, March 22, 2017
MLi Group & Summit Chairman Keynote Address Setting The Stage: What Is The New Poli-Cyber™ Threatened World, And Why Is Survivability At Great Risk?
MLi Group & Summit Chairman Keynote Setting The Stage - What Is The New Poli-Cyber™ Threatened World, And Why Is Survivability At Great Risk.
Summit and MLi Group Chairman, MLi Group
The Multilingual Internet Group, " MLi Group", www.MLiGrp.com
Part I- Keynotes - Why Are Traditional Cyber Security Strategies failing? IoT and the Weakest Link; Are AI, Quantum Computing, and Machine Learning a threat? DNS Security: Critical to Survivability
Question: Why are Traditional Cyber Strategies Failing daily?
Answer : Critically Flawed inhouse & 3rd party Cyber Security Assessements & Audits.
Question: What critical parts are they missing?
Critically Flawed inhouse & 3rd party Cyber security strategies & assessments - What are they missing? Presentations MLi & experts Partners to learn what you are missing and why
1- Why are Traditional Cyber Strategies Failing daily?
2- IoT - you are as strong as your weakest link
3- Is Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence & Quantum Computing Today - A Empowering Tool or Threat to securing Survivability?
4- Why is DNS Security critical your survivability?
Securing your survivability in a world threatened by destruction motivated cyber terrorists - Topics: Branding, AI, Quantum Computing, Internet of Things, DNS Security & Incident Response, & GDPR Compliance.
Tools of Demise & to Securing your survivability in a Destruction Motivated Cyber Threatened World -
Topics for discussions:
AI, Quantum Computing,
Internet of Things,
Followed by Panel Discussion
Simon Barton, Cyber security & GDPR Expert
The Requirements under EU, and UK, law to protect personally identifiable data, are closely coupled to the requirements needed to ensure the survival of a business in a hostile cyber envrionment. The needs to ensure adequate protective measures around the data, as well as having plans in place to manage and report incidents when they are identify are largely common.
This workshop will address the commonalities between the assurances needed for valid, high quality cyber-insurance and those needed for compliance with the GDPR.