Zero Day Con

The Convention Centre , Thursday 10th March

These unprecedented times are a turning point for the cyber- security industry. New technologies, new attack vectors, geopolitical tensions and regulations are reshaping cyber and business risks. With these many evolving challenges, now is the time to supercharge your security. Zero Day Con will host a full day of expert level discussion on cutting edge security approaches to implementing the right security measures to protect your systems, data, and information. Join Zero Day Con in Dublin on March 10th, 2022 to examine industry insights, top security technologies, and key priorities for your infosec program.

– Understand today’s complex cyber threat landscape and rethink your security strategy

– Gain unique insights from industry experts on information security threats, vulnerabilities and risks

– Network with peers, speakers, and executives throughout the event and during the complimentary drinks & food breaks


Date:
Thursday 10th March
Time:
8.00am
Price:
€250
Address:
The Convention Centre Dublin, North Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of The Convention Centre Dublin, North Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, Ireland

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