You need this Sophos seminar/event in your life

A blogmercial, mainly because its my event:

Sophos and Titus are pleased to invite you to a joint summit to be held on 7th March at Sophos’s Abingdon headquarters.

This event is open to MoD, Police, local and central government and will focus on protective labelling, open government and consumerisation.

If you would like to attend, please email with more details.


Registration and networking

Graeme Stewart, Business Development Director, Sophos Public Sector

Session 1: Protective labelling in UK government
In this session Louise Alexander, EMEA Sales Director of Titus, provides us with an overview of the drivers, roles and responsibilities in protective marking, why it is important, how it works and who is using it

Session 2: Open government and consumerisation
Dr James Lyne of Sophos’ Office of the CTO, takes a look at
the current issues surrounding open government and consumerisation

Session 3: Hot topic
In this session Dr James Lyne will look at the top 10 things the information commissioner can get you for (and how to avoid being caught)

Tour of SophosLabs

Lunch and networking

Session 4: Live demonstration of protective document marking and
end-point protection technologies
In this session Titus and Sophos will be demonstrating the power of both protective document marking and end-point protection technologies to prevent the unauthorised transfer of protectively-marked documents onto removable media, email attachment and via web upload. There will also be a use study, live demo and Q&A

Closing remarks
Graeme Stewart concludes the day’s proceedings

‘Speed-date’ a security professional
Book your ‘Speed-date’ with James Lyne, Louise Alexander, Roger Neal or Steph Charbonneau and get a 15-minute, 1:1 consultation


About Graeme Stewart, McAfee

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