End-of-year events are dominated by security

Security is the subject of a string of IT user-focused events still to come this year, kicking off with a two-day general meeting...

Security is the subject of a string of IT user-focused events still to come this year, kicking off with a two-day general meeting about business fraud, the Fraud Summit in London this week (24 and 25 November). The keynote speaker is Jim Gee, chief executive of the NHS counter-fraud and security management service.

Computer Weekly's Infosecurity User Group meets on 25 November to discuss dealing with vulnerabilities and patching. It will look at software security vulnerabilities and complex patching routines, and advise about how to minimise their risk and to implement technologically and financially effective patching programmes.

Business continuity features at the Survive 15th Annual conference, 25 and 26 November, and on 30 November a one-day Black Raven conference addresses the challenges facing IT security - the price, the protection and the practicalities, with a high-level panel of IT security speakers.

The year is rounded off by a two-day symposium on information security management in Amsterdam on 7 and 8 December.

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