EMPLOYEES:

THE CULPRITS OF SECURITY BREACHES?

December 6th 2018, 6:30PM

Restaurant Kontrast | Oslo, Norway

Nowadays, companies are struggling with security compliance as an ever-increasing number of applications are being used by their staff. While a part of these applications might be secured via SSO, there is an increasing grey area of cloud applications outside the typical SSO environment that puts many organisations at serious risk of breach. And with Forrester stating that, of enterprise organisations that have suffered at least one data breach attributed to an external attack, cybercriminals used stolen user credentials to carry out 31% of the attacks. Is your company doing enough to protect sensitive data?

KEY TAKEAWAYS

This dinner aims to bring together senior security professionals to explore how to identify and mitigate data-related risks, without disruption to cloud. Led by an independent facilitator, it provides an excellent opportunity for a candid exchange of opinion as well as a chance to meet and network with peers.

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Add to My Calendar 2018-09-18 18:30:00 2018-09-18 21:30:00 Europe/London LogMeIn Stockholm Stockholm LogMeIn

WHERE & WHEN

Restaurant Kontrast

Address: Maridalsveien 15a, 0175 Oslo, Norway

Thursday, 6th December 2018 | 6:30PM

EVENT HOST

LogMeIn transforms the way people work and live through secure connections to the computers, devices, data, and people that make up their digital world. Designed for consumers, mobile professionals and IT organisations, LogMeIn’s solutions empower over 50 million active users to connect with more than 750 million devices, giving companies new ways to reach and support today’s connected customer while helping businesses bring the next generation of connected products to market. LogMeIn is headquartered in Boston’s Innovation District with offices in Australia, Hungary, India, Ireland and London.

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