Cloud Expo Europe London

9 - 10 OCTOBER 2019, MARINA BAY SANDS EXPO AND CONVENTION CENTRE, SINGAPORE

PROTECT, SECURE and DEFEND

Co-Located Conference

  • Cloud Security Alliance 

Co-Located With:

  • Cloud Security Expo
  • Big Data World
  • iot singapore
  • Data Centre World
  • ECESG

Co-Located With:

  • Cloud Security Expo
  • Big Data World
  • Smart IoT
  • Data Centre World
  • ECESG

Industry News

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  • Despite its grounding in all sorts of complex technology, information security is ultimately a human endeavour. That is the argument made by Mark Nicholls, head of information security & governance at one of London’s largest and oldest housing associations, Peabody.
  • The changing face of identity in the 2020s

    19 Feb 2018 Victoria Baines
    As the notions and methods of identity continue to change in the 21st century, Dr Victoria Baines speaks to John Bensalhia ahead of her appearance at Cloud Security Expo 2018
  • Joyce Hakmeh, research fellow at Chatham House, comments on the global landscape of cybersecurity ahead of her session at Cloud Security Expo, 2018. In a wide-ranging discussion, she spoke to The Stack about the uphill struggle that law enforcement faces, the impact of trends such as IoT and blockchain on security, and government action against cybercrime, in the UK, the Middle East and North Africa.
  • People using Android are being targeted by malware that spoofs the Uber user interface to steal passwords, according to a report from Symantec.
  • The chief executive of Singapore’s Cybersecurity Agency (CSA) said that while some organizations in Singapore suffered cyber attacks, the fact that the country escaped the worst of 2017’s malware attacks was due to a convergence of lucky circumstances rather than skill.
  • At the end of a year that saw near-constant cyber attacks, including the Equifax breach, it would be easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer volume and intensity of cybersecurity concerns. Here, a host of security insiders tell us what to expect in the coming year so that you can protect yourself and your organisation. 
  • Business is good for UK technology as it topped the European investment tables, spearheaded by London.

    In the first full year since the Brexit vote, happy venture capitalists plunged £2.99 billion into tech firms in the UK in 2017; nearly twice what was invested the year before.

  • IoT requires a very broad set of skills, ranging from electronics for sensors, actors and SOCs, to wireless transmission, field bus protocols, messaging and networking, to data centre technologies including data storage, AI, machine learning, API management, mobile/web UIs and legacy application integration and to other areas including end-to-end security, OTA, CI, CD. No one person can have all these skills at once, so be ready to collaborate with others.

  • The Singapore government has announced plans to boost investment in technology research in the city-state, through the National Research Foundation (NRF) and state sovereign fund Temasek.
  • Intel has released a security alert regarding a critical elevation of privilege vulnerability that affects millions of servers and computers.

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