More Sophos free stuff

Sophos run regular workshops in tandem with our partners, Field Fisher Waterhouse (www.ffw.com) focused on Best Practice related to Data Handling and the legal landscape from now into 2011. Leading the session will be IT Law’s best dressed man, Stewart Room (www.stewartroom.com), but also speaking will be a representative from the Home Office and Sir Edmund Burton, who many of you will be familiar with. A synopsis of the event follows, but its worth noting that its free to attend and is normally extremely useful.

A link to the registration page and more details is here: http://bit.ly/aYkKUI

Event Overview:

On Wednesday 1st December we conclude our 2010 work programme on security with the final session of the Security Forum, sponsored by Sophos. Once again, we will be holding a post Forum networking session, at which a prize draw for an iPad will be held, kindly donated by Sophos.

On this occasion we will examine and discuss:

The causes of data leakage.
How to embed best practice.
Cyber Vigilance.
Document management.
The legal developments in 2010 and the changes to expect in 2011.

Who should attend:

The Security Forum is aimed at all people within the organisation with responsibility for data security. This includes IT, CISO, DPO, Company Secretariat, Audit, Risk, Compliance and Legal.

To get the most out of the day, you should try to bring along a colleague from a different department who also has responsibilities for data security. So, if you are a lawyer, why not register your IT Director, or Chief Security Officer too?

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About Graeme Stewart, McAfee

I work for McAfee as Director of Public Sector Strategy and Relations, UK&I
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