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InfoCom Security Digital Week: The Human- Tech Factor Of Cyber ​​Security

Η large community created here and 10 years, the Conference Infocom Security (www.infocomsecurity.gr) remains connected and active, through the Infocom Security Digital Week, which will take place online at July 1,2, 3 and XNUMX. During the three-day virtual event you will have the opportunity to watch completely free and will a complete program from presentations, discussions, webinars and workshops σχετικά με την Digital Security through a friendly platform that will offer a pleasant experience of a virtual conference.

InfoCom Security Digital Week: The Human- Tech Factor Of Cyber ​​Security

As part of the "Infocom Security Digital Week" we will highlight, as every year, all the aspects and developments in Cyber ​​Security, focusing on invitations for cybersecurity today, optimal strategies and practices risk management, the modern technological protection tools of IT infrastructure of companies and organizations and of course, its key role human factor in a complex technological environment, which we capture with the term Human-Tech Factor.

So we will look for its effect combination of human and technological factor both in landscaping digital threats today, as well as in the effort management and holistic treatment of risks in cyberspace.

Register for free and see more information at www.infocomsecurity.gr

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