Sophos Security Day Belgium

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This is Next-Gen IT Security

On November 14, 2017, Sophos will host this year’s Sophos Security Day Belgium. Don’t miss the biggest regional event of the year! You won’t recognize ‘De Kruitfabriek’ in Vilvoorde and we promise you an exciting, inspiring afternoon.

There’s quite a lot to cover during this event. With a rapidly changing threat landscape – the rise of ransomware and data breaches becoming everyday headlines – we are excited to look ahead at what’s coming from Sophos. Register now!

Join us at our biggest and most inspiring Sophos Day yet!

We are currently in the process of finalizing our program for the day but we have confirmed several speakers already. Mark Loman, former CEO of Surfright and the brains behind Intercept X will present, and you’ll also learn how Sophos intends to incorporate the newly acquired machine-learning technology of Invincea.

In short, you do not want to miss this Sophos Day edition.

Make sure you block November 14th in your agenda and register today! There is a limited number of spaces still available.

Schedule

13:00
Peter Magez – Opening

13:10
Synchronized Security with XG Firewall
Chris McCormack

14:15
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15:00
Break

15:30
Deep Dive on the Dark Web
John Shier

16:15
Introducing Machine Learning with Intercept X (live demo!)

17:00
Drinks

If you have any suggestions or questions please email marketingbenelux@sophos.com

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