Cybersecurity Landscape Middle East 2022 – Free Virtual Conference

Cybersecurity Landscape Middle East

Cybersecurity Landscape Middle East

Join the virtual event to gain expert advice on how organizations should tackle arising risks, protect them, build future cyber resilience places and much more. Stay tuned!

Middle East region has gone through digitalization and embracing remote working, fast-tracking cloud-first strategy that has opened doors for cyberattacks and increased threats.

Dr Erdal Ozkaya, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Comodo, will speak at Cybersecurity Landscape – Middle East 2022 event on 5th March 2022.
The expected attendees are from the private sector, government officials, C-level executives (CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, CROs, CEO), directors, departments heads, senior vice presidents, vice presidents, managers, project managers, professionals, fresh graduates and students.

Make sure you get your free pass before the event. See you at the event.
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If you miss the session a recording will be posted to my YouTube Channel. 

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About Cybersecurity Landscape

Join the virtual Event to gain expert advice on how organizations should tackle arising risks, protect them, build future cyber resilience places and much more.

Middle East region has gone through digitalization and embarrassing remote working, fast-tracking cloud-first strategy that has opened doors for cyberattacks and increased threats.

Join the virtual Event to gain expert advice on how organizations should tackle arising risks, protect them, build future cyber resilience places and much more. Stay tuned!

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