IT professionals from around the country are currently preparing for this month’s RANT Conference, which is now merely days away from taking place.
The Risk and Network Threat Forum (RANT) Conference has been run by Acumin since 2007 and this month’s event is being held in St Paul’s London, in the heart of the UK’s IT industry.
Every month a new speaker attends the conference to start a rant about a hot topic within the IT sector. Of course this is not just a one way conversation and the audience is actively encouraged to interact and pitch in with their own points of view, opinions and suggestions in what is a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Tuesday (June 11th) will see many top industry professionals take to the stage to engage with an audience that is growing month-by-month. Well known speakers Stephen Bonner of KPMG and Mark Stevenson of Futurologist will be there to talk about some of the biggest issues the sector is currently trying to tackle.
Naturally, there is so much to go through considering the changes occurring in the industry and this month’s agenda is simply massive and there will be plenty to talk about both at the presentations and in the pub afterwards with the infosec community.
Bring your own device will feature heavily in the conference and all advantages and disadvantages will be explored. Mobile device management, secure outsourcing and the major threats currently facing cyber security will also all be discussed.
The RANT Conference is designed for passionate information security managers, directors, chief information security officers and other senior information security and risk professionals who work within end user organisations.
A short teaser video for the RANT Conference has been devised and can be viewed here. It was made by Twist & Shout Media – @twistandshoutUK on Twitter if you’d like to give them a follow – the team behind restrictedintelligence.co.uk.
Next week’s RANT Conference is going to be huge and there are set to be 60-80 ranters in attendance. Places are going fast so professionals are urged to register ASAP to secure their place.