Cyber Security Briefing Series | Croydon | Public Cloud
If you are using Public Cloud Services, you don’t need to worry about Cyber security, or do you?
Public Cloud services like Microsoft Office365, Azure, Salesforce, Google Suite and Amazon Web Services have lowered the barrier to entry for Small and Medium businesses to access IT. Use of these professional applications, billed in a low-cost, subscription model is helping accelerate business growth. We will explain what Cyber security and data protection is provided by these huge IT providers, and also identify gaps that you need to be aware of
Venue: Room 1.01 & 1.02, Croydon Council, Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon. CR0 1EA
Date: Thursday 28th March 2019
Who should attend: Directors, Partners, Business owners, IT Managers from all industry sectors
08.00- 08.30 Arrive and registration
08.30-08.35 Welcome and introduction. Carol Squires, Economic Development Manager, Croydon Council
08.35-08.55 Public Cloud Service Providers what is contracted and what is not? Leigh Ellis, Partner, Hall Ellis. Leigh is an IT lawyer specialising in IT law, contracts, Intellectual Property and dispute resolution. Leigh will explain what these popular Cloud providers are contracted to deliver and what is excluded in their agreements.
08.55-09.15 Layering Security into the Cloud. David Nudelman, Director Click Enterprise, David will highlight an number of areas that you should address to secure your Public Cloud applications
09.15-09.35 High Availability v Data Protection in Cloud Applications. Mark Saville, Director Data2Vault. Mark will clarify business continuity in Public Cloud services, and discuss where the protection of your data may not meet your expectation, or comply with either industry specific or general data regulations
09.35-09.45 Q & A panel. Leigh, David and Mark will answer questions about the Cyber Security gap with Public Cloud services
09.45-10.00 Finish & networking
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