Europe’s top ethical hacker sets sights on Yorkshire

An ethical hacker who exposes security weaknesses at top companies is heading to Yorkshire to speak at the region’s fastest growing technology event.

Jamie Woodruff will reveal the security vulnerabilities he uncovered at Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Apple and Google when he delivers a special guest seminar at the Business Technology Forum at the Village Hotel, Leeds, on 17 May.

He will talk about the importance of system and network security for business, drawing on his experience of working for businesses around the world to carry out fully authorised, ethical penetration testing.

Now in its fifth year, the Business Technology Forum is a one-day expo organised by technology providers NGC Networks, Blue Logic and Ben Johnson.

NGC Networks director Dean Harrop said: “Jamie is a terrific headline speaker and we can’t wait to hear his insights, drawn from working with some of the world’s biggest technology brands.

“Attendees at the Business Technology Forum will gain fresh insights into the latest technological advances and discover how technology can make their business more agile and competitive.”

The programme features educational seminars and workshops on the theme of digital innovation for the future workplace. These include:
• How to protect your business against cyber-crime.
• How to balance productivity and IT security.
• How to future-proof your business with the latest connectivity.

With limited places available, delegates are urged to register now to secure a free place at http://businesstechforum.co.uk/

NGC Networks specialises in implementing telecommunications and internet connectivity solutions for businesses across the North of England.

The company’s expanding portfolio of clients includes Bradford-based mail order business Freeman Grattan Holdings, The Family Fund, Timpson, Superbreak Holidays, Manning Stainton Estate Agents, Puma UK, Lowell Group, The Car People and Sharp Business Systems.

NGC Networks is listed in the 2018 Northern Tech 100 companies.

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