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DATE: Thursday, 10 June 2021  TIME: 4:00 PM  LOCATION: Online
We would like to invite you to our round table on the 10th June, Hackers don't sleep! Can you respond to an incident around the clock?.

We will be joined by a small group of invited industry peers and security experts from Chess to explore the main security challenges organisations are facing today and share learnings and best practices how to cope with these in a post COVID-19 era. 

Please RSVP by Thursday, 3rd June. 

We look forward to hosting you!


You will be mixing business with pleasure, the serious business of fine wine tasting together with the pleasure of connecting with senior-level colleagues from major UK organisations.

*A selection of fine wine will be delivered to your door. Please provide your preferred address for delivery.


4.00 pm: Arrival to the virtual event

4.10 pm: Welcome and Introductions

4:20 pm: New 2021 ransomware report and discussion

4:45 pm: Customer Q&A with Spicerhaart

5:00 pm: Wine tasting hosted by a professional Sommelier*

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