Mandy Haeburn-Little to speak at Big SASIG event

We’re very excited to announce that founder of BRIM, Mandy Haeburn-Little, has been invited to speak at the Big SASIG conference from March 23-24th. The Security Awareness Special Interest Group (the SASIG) is a networking forum for the cybersecurity industry. Since 2004, it has created a strong networking community for thousands of security professionals and established itself as a leading and credible voice of the corporate sector in addressing the more difficult and less tangible cybersecurity issues that others avoid. SASIG membership is restricted to industry frontliners only, and their events are a non-sales space, solely for security professionals and vetted supporters who contribute to the SASIG community. They launched Big SASIG as a new approach to industry conferences, putting the delegates front and centre. Big SASIG will be a bespoke event, open to decision-makers or recognised strategists in the cybersecurity industry. Exhibitors are selected based on reputation, and content is designed by a committee of well-recognised thought leaders. Mandy will be joined by professionals from other disciplines, representatives from Government, law enforcement and academia, and new recruits into the industry. To access keynote presentations, conference streams and networking opportunities from the event, register your interest on the Big SASIG website.

If you think you or someone in your organisation would benefit from a SASIG membership, you can find out more about joining on their website.

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