This event will take you on a whole new extravagant journey: Victorian venues, fine dinning and a relaxed networking environment. Combining the atmosphere of our participation-lead RANT Forums and the exclusive environments of our Roundtables, we have launched our quarterly Supper Club. An exclusive event for just 30 of our members, you will enjoy thought leading presentations, our renowned cyber soapbox, RANT style discussion, networking and building new professional relationships, all combined with great food and drinks.
The RANT Events provide the opportunity 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 related issues with like-minded individuals. The events are held under The Chatham House Rule and are the perfect opportunity for the InfoSec community to talk about the real issues the industry faces and freely share their own experiences and opinions throughout.
Please note that the agenda is subject to change
By registering you must be a full-time Cyber Security Manager/Decision Maker/Buyer of Information Security Solutions. This event is not open to information security vendors or consultancies. RANT reserves the right to determine your eligibility for this event if your principal function is not Information Security or Cyber Security Management at an end user organisation
Securing Microsoft Office 365 – are your users the answer?
Office 365 provides peerless collaboration tools and accessibility from any location, on any device. And with convenience come security challenges. It’s easy to blame users who make mistakes given the breadth of function and the ease of usage for cyber breaches. But can we do better? In any enterprise that uses Office 365, the risk of a breach arises from both inside and outside the organisation. Highly public account takeover attacks, abuse of mail forwarding rules, misuse of admin tools for sharing and other horrors are widely reported. So, can those pesky users actually be the solution?