2019 Cybersecurity Headlines in Review

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In December, Infosecurity Magazine will host its annual end of year webinar. Moderated by Dan Raywood, deputy editor, the webinar will bring together a panel of experts to reflect on the key topics, trends and headlines that impacted the information security industry over the course of 2019.

In a year which saw threats continue to evolve and mature, the announcement of huge intentions to fine under GDPR and the first $1m bug bounty launched, there were a plethora of talking points and incidents that affected data users and organizations all around the world.

In this special webinar, Infosecurity will share the thoughts of industry thought leaders to gauge how 2019 will be remembered from the information security perspective.

Key takeaways:

  • What were the cybersecurity trends that dominated the headlines in 2019, and was the right story told?
  • How threats and risks evolved in 2019, and what positive security strides were made
  • What trends will have the biggest impact in 2020, and is the industry ready for them?


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Michael Flouton

VP, Prod Ops & Security Strategy, Barracuda

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Becky Pinkard

CISO, Aldermore

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Rich Santalesa

Founder and Member, The Sm@rtedgeLaw Group

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