One of the most difficult challenges an organisation faces is the theft of critical data by an employee. One of the most extreme examples being the very public and diplomatic fallout from the theft of government documents by the system administrator Mark Snowden. The impact on business of losing critical information is equally significant. The critical assets that a business must protect have a direct monetary value associated with them as they will provide future revenue stream for an organisation. The loss of these assets impacts an organisation from lost sales, decreased competitive advantage, and in some cases, bankruptcy. This presentation will provide an insight into the lessons our customers, security teams, and law enforcement agencies, have learned about the best techniques to employ to help detect, and more importantly prevent, this type of data breach.
Presented by: Jamie Graves – CEO & Co-Founder of ZoneFox
Jamie is a data security and enterprise software entrepreneur. He has a PhD in Computer Science, and extensive security and digital forensics experience. He currently leads the ZoneFox team, has attended the prestigious Ignite course at Cambridge University’s Judge Business School, and the Entrepreneur Development Programme at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
ZoneFox is an Edinburgh-based software company that specialises in helping their customers track and protect their business-critical assets; data and intellectual property. ZoneFox has a proven track record protecting reputation, sales revenue, and competitive advantage by providing the next generation of data layer monitoring, analytics, and forensic insights.
Location : Riverside East, Room N310 – To be confirmed, please check with the reception when you arrive - 18:00 – for a 18:30 start