When: Aug 05 2010 6:00 am
Presenting: Dr. David King, Founder & Chair, Information Security Awareness Forum (ISAF)
David is the head of the London branch of the Institute of Information Security Professionals. David has over 25 years of experience in security. He was the former Head of Group Information Security at Aviva and previously a VP and Chief Security Architect at JP Morgan Chase. He has also worked for CapGemini and ICL Defence Systems.
When: Aug 05 2010 4:00 pm
Presenting: Derek E. Brink, CISSP; Aberdeen Group, Vice President and Research Fellow
Aberdeen's fourth annual study on data loss prevention -published on June 30, 2010 - presents the challenges, strategies, best practices and year-over-year comparisons of Best-in-Class organizations in safeguarding their sensitive data using content-aware data loss prevention technologies.
When: Apr 08 2010 10:00 am
Presenting: Michael Spadea, Head of Privacy, Barclays Wealth
Michael presents a case study on achieving global privacy which won the 2009 IAPP award for innovation, he will also demonstrate how this framework can be applied by any other company navigating their way through ambiguity.
When: Apr 09 2010 8:00 am
Presenting: Marc Sel, PwC Enterprise Advisory Services, Director of Information Protection
Marc Sel is a Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers 'Advisory Services' in Belgium, specializing in IT Performance Improvement. He joined the firm in January 1989 as a Consultant. Over time, he specialised in the field of security.
When: Apr 08 2010 6:00 am
Presenting: Toby Stevens, Director, Enterprise Privacy Group
As the country goes to the polls, the three main parties have committed to specific policies on Privacy, Data Protection and Security. In particular, the Conservatives have promised radical reform in these areas. What changes are we likely to see once the new government is elected?
When: Aug 05 2010 10:00 am
Presenting: Bradley Anstis, VP Technical Strategy, M86 Security
Reported data breaches continue to increase year on year and regulatory requirements which aim to stem the tide of data leaks don't seem to be preventing this ever-growing problem.
When: Apr 08 2010 3:00 pm
Presenting: D. Reed Freeman; Partner, Morrison & Foerster;LLP
Online tracking first sparked regulatory interest over a decade ago. Interest in to topic waned following the burst of the .com bubble and in the few years following it, but it's now back. The Federal Trade Commission, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, the CNIL, the Article 29 Working Party, and data protection regulators around the world are now expressing interest in the topic.
When: Apr 08 2010 3:00 am
Presenting: Phil Cracknell, Head of Information Security; KAUST
Phil is regarded as one of the Europe's leading information security and compliance specialists. He has over 20 years experience gained in a variety of high-profile technical and managerial security roles.
When: Aug 05 2010 12:00 pm
Presenting: Jay Leek, Nokia, Global Manager, Corporate IT Security
It was not too many years ago when companies thought they were secure by simply deploying a firewall or other network security related solutions. Then came other infrastructure related security solutions, followed by the application security related buzz.
When: Apr 08 2010 1:00 pm
Presenting: Melinda L. McLellan, Associate, Hunton & Williams LLP
In recent years, new internet technologies have revolutionized the way companies do business online by offering access to previously untapped markets and allowing for significant cost savings through the more efficient use of resources. But many of the advantages associated with these innovations are accompanied by privacy risks to consumers and potential legal and reputational risks for companies.
When: Apr 08 2010 4:00 am
Presenting: Bojana Bellamy, Director of Data Privacy, Accenture
Bojana Bellamy has over 15 years of working experience in international data privacy law and practice. Bojana works for Accenture as Global Data Privacy Compliance Lead, based in the company's London offices.