“For a digitally secure future” will be the theme under which TÜV SÜD showcases its services at it-sa, the IT and Security trade fair held in Nuremberg from 9 to 11 October 2018. In Hall 9, Booth 9-458, the cybersecurity experts from TÜV SÜD will inform visitors how companies can master the challenges of digital transformation. As technology changes, so do the requirements for safety and security. Today more than ever, IT security needs to be incorporated into companies’ operations from the outset and taken into account at all times. This is essential if companies are to stay competitive and continue to play an active role in shaping tomorrow's digital Progress.
Reliance on TÜV SÜD also ensures that progress means more safety and more security. The third-party testing and certification company offers services along the entire digitisation value chain, including solutions for cybersecurity, information security and data protection as well as the highly secure Sealed Cloud Platform. At it-sa, the experts from TÜV SÜD will present various talks explaining how companies can succeed in ensuring a digitally secure future.
|9 October 2018,
|Talk by Stefan Vollmer, Chief Technology Officer (CTO),
TÜV SÜD Sec-IT GmbH TÜV SÜD - Threat intelligence as an important part of a functioning security life cycle
Venue: Forum Management, Hall 9
|9 October 2018,
Talk by Dr. Ralf Rieken, Chief Operating Officer (COO),
|10 October 2018,
|Talk by Christian Weber, Manager Infraforce GmbH (an affiliate of TÜV Hessen)
TÜV SÜD – TÜV Hessen: Operational cyber-risk Management
In Hall 9, Booth 9-458, the TÜV SÜD experts will showcase the group's comprehensive portfolio of services in cyber security and digital services – from consulting, testing and certification to training. Further information on cyber security and data protection can be found at https://www.tuev-sued.de/fokus-themen/it-security.
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