June’s RANT conference will see a selection of top IT Security industry professionals take to the stage.
The RANT Conference in St Paul’s London is a little under a month away now and anticipation amongst information security professionals is growing by the day.
On June 11th 2013 a full day of enlightening, informative and engaging presentations and interactive debate panels conducted by a selection of of the IT security industry’s most influential thought leaders, Rockstars, Futurologists, Innovators, and Ranters has been scheduled.
Acumin has been running the monthly Risk and Network Threat Forum (RANT) since 2007. It serves as an end user only, informal networking, discussion and debate event for senior professionals working within the information security and risk management market.
Every month a new speaker attends to start a rant about a particular hot topic within the industry and actively encourages the audience to pitch in with their points of view, opinions and suggestions in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
The first RANT Conference in June will see well known speakers Stephen Bonner of KPMG and Mark Stevenson of Futurologist take to the stage amongst plenty of other top industry professionals to talk about the biggest issues the sector is currently wrestling with.
Some of these topics include bring your own device – which serves up the notoriously well known acronym BYOD – mobile device management, secure outsourcing, and the major threats currently facing cyber security.
Mark Stevenson, founder of The League of Pragmatic Optimists, will also be attending to give a keynote speech on ‘The Big Shift’, highlighting the major role the security industry has to play in helping shape the future.
State sponsored espionage and the pressing issue of mobile security will also be explored later in the day by a selection of top industry RANT’ers.
The RANT Conference is designed for information security managers, directors, chief information security officers and other senior information security and risk professionals who work within end user organisations.
June 11th really is an essential date for the 2013 IT security calendar and the event is not to be missed by industry professionals!
The conference has seen a high number of registrations already, places are going fast so be sure to register ASAP to secure your spot. Discount codes are available, email Gemma on firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you can get one.