|Introduction, networking and refreshments|
|Session 1 – Your Security and Compliance challenges|
|Session 2 – Exploring a Microsoft First Approach to Security|
|Key takeaways and next steps|
4 reasons you should attend
1. Network with peers in the manufacturing sector who share your challenges and information security needs.
2. Meet Microsoft Security experts including Chris Williams from Microsoft and Adriaan Bekker from Softwerx.
3. Gain valuable insights into the industry trends based on the latest Microsoft Security Research.
4. Build a security roadmap for your manufacturing firm that is future-proof.
Who should attend?
Manufacturing leaders and senior executives with at least 10 years’ experience and oversight of any of the following: IT operations, security, compliance, privacy and data. A technical background is not required. Relevant roles include:
- CISO, CIO, CTO, CEO
- Technical Director, IT Director, Information Security Director
- Head of Risk, Head of Compliance, Head of Information Security, Head of Operations, Head of IT
Feedback from a previous round table
“It was a brilliant session.”
Aidan Forman, Director of Technology
“Incredibly insightful, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.”
Jamie Littwin, IT Lead
East Anglian Air Ambulance
"The discussions were really enlightening"
Andy Bone, Head of Cyber, Information Security & Privacy
With a dedicated 24×7 Microsoft Security Operations Centre (SOC) based in Cambridge, Softwerx is one of the UK’s leading Microsoft Cloud Security specialists. Softwerx is also one of the first Microsoft Partners in the UK to be awarded the specialist Microsoft Security Solutions Partner Designation.
Our business is 100% Microsoft security – and has been for more than twenty years. We’ve grown up with Microsoft, we shared the journey with them and we’ve specifically shaped our business and expert SecOps Team around the Microsoft Security stack. Our 24×7 Cambridge-based ‘eyes-on’ dedicated Microsoft Security Operations Centre is trusted by a range of organisations from large multinational firms to local charities.