After the great success of our first Channel Meets: UC meet-ups in Sydney and Melbourne - which dealt with Unified Communications - we are delighted to announce the next series of events:
Channel Meets: CyberSecurity.
Did we mention that it's free to attend!?
But, tickets are limited and time is running out!
What is Channel Meets?
Channel Meets: CyberSecurity is an exciting, interactive meet-up in a world-class venue with sumptuous views. On arrival, partners and experts will be greeted with delicious canapes and a premium drinks service that will continue throughout the event. Guests will then move into having structured discussions, in small groups, about important issues in the world of CyberSecurity. This will be followed by the group facilitator reporting the essential advice and unmissable takeaways back, to all participants, via panel discussions with industry luminaries. The event will conclude with extended networking drinks and canapés.
Where is Channel Meets: CyberSecurity?
Date: 19th July 2022
Venue: Doltone House Hyde Park, 3/181 Elizabeth St, Sydney, NSW 2000
Time: 5.00pm - 9.00pm
Sydney sign-up form
Date: 12th July 2022
Venue: Q Events by Metropolis, 414 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Time: 5.00pm - 9.00pm
Melbourne sign-up form
Who can attend Channel Meets: CyberSecurity?
CRN Channel Meets is an exclusive, invitation-only event that's open to business leaders from channel partner organisations: resellers, managed service providers (MSPs) and cloud/system integrators (senior executives only). The strict eligibility criteria mean that, unfortunately, vendors and distributors are not eligible to attend unless they are sponsoring the event - so contact our ADVERTISING TEAM if you don't want to miss out! We will not accept registrations from analysts, public relations professionals or recruitment companies. If you are not sure about your eligibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will Channel Meets: CyberSecurity discuss?
Channel Meets: CyberSecurity will discuss the challenges and opportunities in cybersecurity solutions for partners and customers.
The huge acceleration in digitalisation and shift to remote working has led many customers to rethink their strategies towards cybersecurity. No longer can organisations think of security in the traditional confines of the network, each user is now vulnerable to attack.
Already, many organisations are starting to revisit work undertaken at the height of the switch to WFH (and eventually hybrid working) to ensure that, in their haste, they have not created additional cybersecurity problems.
Furthermore, the government's recent pledge to increase cybersecurity spending and give lucrative tax breaks to small business means that there is now an increased opportunity for organisations selling cybersecurity to increase their sales.
Finally, attendees at a recent CRN Boardroom Impact session (on endpoint detection and response) said that educating customers was still the main challenge for their organisation in selling security solutions. As organisations invest in cybersecurity we examine:
- The business drivers for change
- Impediments to success
- The impact on growth and service delivery from successful implementation
- Educating customers about the evolution of threats and demonstrating ROI
- The lessons learned and how can partners build on and add value to existing
cyber security deployments
So, don't miss out on this essential event. Sign-up for your free tickets now!