The conference held almost 350 delegates from across Ireland providing the ideal opportunity for industry members to share their thoughts and questions with the best IT minds in the world. From Lord Alan West, former UK Minister of Security and First Sea Lord, to Bennett Arron, an award-winning writer, identity-theft speaker, stand-up comedian and BAFTA shortlisted director. Speaking around topics such as fighting ransomware, combating cyber extortion, Securing the Internet of Things (IOT) making sense of the EU GDPR, Is A.I the future of cybersecurity and cloud security.
Data security is critical. In addition to the potentially business-ending reputational damage caused by data breaches, companies are now obliged under GDPR to ensure that their old IT equipment is securely disposed of and that any data containing devices are completely destroyed. As a result, companies must have absolute confidence in their computer disposal provider. […]
Every now and then, an organisation comes onto your radar whose mission statement really makes you sit up and take notice. AMI recently crossed paths with YSI (Young Social Innovators) for the first time and we were bowled over by the scale of the organisation’s ambition.
The press is awash with the GDPR feeding frenzy from experts peddling fear. Anyone who has actually read the legislation will know that, whilst there are several new key concepts, the GDPR is really just a sensible extension of existing data protection requirements but with a fundamental change to empower the data subject to have far more rights on their data then before.