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02 June 2015

Infosecurity Europe 2015

Metacompliance will be in attendance at Europe’s leading information security event Infosecurity Europe 2015 to help celebrate its 20th year.

04 November 2014

WEBINAR - Compliance Awareness and Policy Management - Implementing Best Practices

Joining Metacompliance on this webinar will be IT GRC industry expert, Michael Rasmussen. In this presentation, Michael will share his insights into the key challenges faced by organisations looking to change the culture of the organisation whilst providing the necessary outputs required by the various regulatory bodies.

23 October 2014

e-Crime and Information Security Mid-Year Meeting

Due to the level of interest in Security Awareness shown at the e-Crime Congress in March of this year, Metacompliance will be sponsoring the e-Crime and Information Security Mid-Year Meeting on the 23rd October 2014.

07 October 2014

Metacompliance Annual User Event

Metacompliance will welcome a select group of clients and partners who have watched our product vision unfold over the last nine years to our annual user event at Lancaster Gate Hotel.

24 September 2014

WEBINAR - “Delivering real organisational change to meet the needs of ISO27001”

Metacompliance will be hosting a webinar in conjunction with Coalfire on the 24th September 2014 were we will explore “Delivering real organisational change to meet the needs of ISO27001”

31 July 2014

People vs. Compliance - MetaCompliance Annual User Event - 17th Sept 2013

With ICO fines reaching a record high, data protection and compliance are more important than ever. Come along to our event, to hear the thoughts of our guest speaker Neira Jones.

04 July 2014

Secure South West

Metacompliance will be returning to the SECURE SOUTH WEST 4 (SSW4) event at Plymouth University on the 10th July 2014. This is an event aimed at organisations based in the South-West.

30 June 2014

ISfL Forum 2014

Metacompliance will be sponsoring the ISfL Forum on the 14th July this is a ‘closed shop’ event and only open to members of ISfL.

13 May 2014

Kingdom e-Government Summit, Saudi Arabia

MetaCompliance is delighted to announce that we will be participating in the 5th Annual Kingdom e-Government Summit in Riyadh, which will be attended by Government officials representing key Saudi Arabian governmental bodies.

06 May 2014

Cymru WARP

MetaCompliance will be in attendance with all local authorities in Wales to outline how automation can help achieve the different compliance regimes and how the challenge of “The Human Firewall” through IT Security E-Learning and User Awareness Programs can assist with cost savings.

29 April 2014

MetaCompliance will once more exhibit at InfoSecurity Europe

InfoSecurity Europe is Europe’s number one FREE information security event. Featuring over 325 exhibitors, the most diverse range of new products and services, 13,006 unique visitors (ABC Audit 2013) from every segment of the industry, it is the most important date in the calendar for information security professionals across Europe.

21 March 2014

iNetwork Information Security Annual Conference

MetaCompliance will join other members of the iNetwork Information Sharing and Security Community to discuss information sharing and/or security issues that impact on the public sector and to provide learning opportunities, encourage innovation and efficiency savings whilst delivering improved outcomes for citizens.

17 February 2014

E-Crime & Information Security Congress March 2014

MetaCompliance main focus at e-Crime will be based on using automation to underpin the journey required by staff and 3rd parties to achieve the necessary levels of awareness of Information Governance.

29 January 2014

Info-Crime Summit 18th & 19th February 2014

MetaCompliance will join with other Information security professionals to discuss the most up-to-date information on security & cyber-crime issues.

05 December 2013

Hardening the Human Firewall - The Key Elements of a User Awareness Programme

Short webinar to explore why many of the current approaches to policy and learning are failing to ensure suitable levels of user participation.

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