The top priority of most businesses these days is keeping customer and corporate data safe, but what do your customers really think about security and what should resellers be doing more of to help them?
At this CRN On event, taking place on 16 May at the South Place Hotel in London, you will hear the results of exclusive research among end user customers on their biggest security fears.
Global ransomware costs alone are predicted to exceed $11.5bn* annually by 2019 with an attack on a business every 14 seconds expected by the end of the year, and the recently introduced General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) means a company could face a crippling fine if they experience a security breach.
But these two things are just the tip of the security iceberg.
Cybersecurity threats are increasing daily, and the channel faces a difficult job sorting through the ever-expanding range of solutions in the market, finding out what the actual here and now threats are, and convincing customers to keep investing in their security strategy.
At this event, you will also hear from a range of speakers on the threats to watch out for, what your peers are doing to ensure they and their customers are kept secure, and also crucially from an end user customer on their own security strategy.
There will also be a panel debate, giving you the chance to ask your own questions and share best practice with a further panel of experts.
To find out more and register for this event, which is free to resellers, VARs and MSPs, please click here.
*Figures from Cybersecurity Ventures
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