This event will no longer be held at the Tokenhouse. Please join us for the same event online, on our very own RANT Radio show! Just click the link above to register on BrightTALK. Grab a glass of wine and your RANT spirit, put your feet up, and join us for the engaging discussion with Immersive Labs.
We will be donating £5.19 (the average cost of a beer in the City) to the trussell trust foodbank for every person who joins us for the event. They are in need of our support at this time, more than ever. https://www.trusselltrust.org/
This RANT Forum Event on Wednesday 25th March brings you a classic combination of relaxed networking, pub grub, good beer and outstanding RANT style discussion and debate, at the Tokenhouse, hosted by our partner, Immersive Labs, the world’s first fully interactive, on-demand, and gamified cyber skills platform.
Even if your business has an incident response plan there’s a risk that it’s been filed away for a rainy day. But when that rainy day is actually a hurricane-force storm that means you’re struck by lightning and everything catches fire there’s a chance that we’d all wish we were a bit more familiar with how we’re supposed to respond.
So what are the best ways to make that happen? Can actual cyber crises really be prepared for? Who should be involved in making sure that businesses are both ready and resilient enough to carry on in the event of ransomware, a spear-phishing attack, or a data breach?
RANT Forums are typically held in Pubs around the City and provide a relaxed environment for disruptive debate, open discussion & networking for influential cybersecurity and information security professionals from end-user organisations. The panel talks are followed by a relaxed networking opportunity for all members to discuss and debate relevant Information Security issues with like-minded individuals. Launched over ten years ago, the RANT Forums have become very popular and quickly become oversubscribed. The topics are always stimulating and controversial and are held under The Chatham House Rule. They are the perfect opportunity for the End User Information Security and Cyber Security community to talk about the real issues the industry faces and freely share their own experiences and opinions throughout the discussions and the networking.