Registrations now open for MESA Europe’s Content Protection & Cyber Security Summit on 20th November (MESA Europe)

Published October 10, 2019

Cyber security is now considered one of the major concerns and priorities for business executives around the globe, as the threats continue to multiply and the potential for significant commercial damage is more widely understood.

For those involved in content production and distribution there are additional challenges involved in locking down the creative output and preventing its unauthorised distribution.

It is therefore little wonder that the Security Summit is always one of the biggest Conferences in the MESA Europe events calendar and this is the sixth year that it has featured.

David Millar, Communications Director at MESA Europe said “Never has cyber and content security been higher on organisations’ radar and the annual MESA Europe Summit has been a key forum for up to date information and to hear insights on latest technologies which help in the fight against security breaches. With delegate registrations flooding in, this year’s event promises to be bigger than ever.”

For further information on any of the above event, including sponsorship and speaking opportunities, please contact  Caroline Baines ([email protected]), Jim Bottoms ([email protected]) or David Millar ([email protected]), tel: 44 1525 864 376.

For registration enquiries please contact Teresa Austerberry ([email protected]).

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