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The super early bird period is ending soon for tickets to Secure Utilities 2017, an event that tackles the critical issues around handling data securely in the digital utility era.

The discount is available until 30 November 2017, entitling recipients to a 30 per cent discount off the regular price.

Thanks to the Internet of Things, utilities are increasingly digitising their assets, making them more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

The 2016 Australian Cyber Security Centre threat report found the energy industry was the private sector most targeted by cyber criminals.

In order to keep the utility sector’s data and assets safe and in the right hands, critical questions must be asked about why data is being kept, who owns the data, and network vulnerabilities.

Secure Utilities aims to get the industry as informed as possible on data security issues.

Secure Utilities believes that in groups, with more people to share ideas and different perspectives, the learning experience is amplified.

As a result, Secures Utilities is offering considerable discounts for group bookings, allowing utilities to send five employees for the price of three. The super early bird discount also applies to group bookings.

Attendees will hear case studies about securing data delivered by industry academics, experts and C-level executives, and watch industry leaders discuss critical utility security issues.

Those who attend will be able to develop strategies to make sure their utility is managing data as effectively as possible, keep up-to-date with the latest technology available, and have opportunity to network with clients, colleagues and customers.

Secure Utilities is being held at the Rendezvous Hotel in Melbourne on 23 March 2017.

Visit utilityevents.com.au to learn more and register for this event.

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Lauren brings a fresh approach to content. While she’s previously written for publications as diverse as Australian Geographic, The Border Watch and Girlfriend, she’s found her true passion in her current role as an editor in the world of energy and infrastructure trade magazines.

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