ESRM DUBAI

Enterprise Security & Risk Management

11 October 2017

Conrad Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

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16th August 2016

Cybersecurity is a constant battle to stay ahead. The Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (C2M2) outlines a process to move your security posture to the next […]


The 7 Cyber Security Skills That Are Highly Valued And Sought After By Large Enterprise

9th August 2016

Large enterprise organisations are under immense pressure to address cyber security skills shortages, leaving their critical assets and data open to attack.


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