Launch of Project Frontline report 2020


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Today, the media is awash with reports of cybersecurity incidents. Cyber breaches are becoming as commonplace as motor accidents! In the wake of increased breaches, awareness about cybersecurity is now (more than ever before) critical. Organisations and individuals need a central publication to turn to, for actionable advice.

Summit Consulting has partnered with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda (ICPAU) to launch its Project Frontline report 2020. The report provides a state of cybersecurity in Uganda. It is packed with summitINSIGHTS on how to build digital capabilities and readiness in people, processes, and technologies to meet tomorrow’s cyber challenges!

The Frontline Project report 2020 will be launched via Zoom in a 45-minute presentation. Participants will be allowed to ask questions and make clarifications. You cannot afford to miss this.

What: Launch of Project Frontline report 2020
When: Tuesday, 27th October 2020
Time: 12:00 Noon
Why attend?  Understand the common cyber-attack vectors, and what winning companies have implemented to anticipate threats and manage them before they materialize. Stay a step ahead of the bad guys through machine learning, data analytics, and threat intelligence to win in the new era.

Fee: Ugx. 100,000** per person.

**However, members of the Uganda Institute of Banking and Financial Services (UIBFS), and ICPAU attend for free. If you register before 12 pm on Monday 26th Oct 2020, you attend free.




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