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: 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.
11 Feb 2010 12:00 pm Presenting Michael Stone; Trend Micro
In this presentation Michael will cover some basic data classification concepts and also 10 questions IT Professionals can use to work with dat stakeholders in their organizations.
11 Feb 2010 6:00 am Presenting Wendy Goucher, Security Empowerment Consultant and Columnist
It is the business of the information security professional to enable the business to keep their sensitive information secure
11 Feb 2010 4:00 am Presenting Marc Sel, PwC Enterprise Advisory Services, Director of Information Protection
Marc Sel currently works for PriceWaterhousCoopers, specializing in IT Performance Improvement.
11 Feb 2010 3:00 pm Presenting Mark D. Rasch; Founding Partner, Secure IT Experts
Many new laws require companies to report to clients, customers on data subjects when there has been a breach of a data system that contains sensitive personal information.
11 Feb 2010 11:00 am Presenting Derek E. Brink, VP & Research Fellow for IT Security, Aberdeen Group
Aberdeen's benchmark research in Data Loss Prevention (DLP)has shown that technologies to protect sensitive data against loss or exposure can indeed be deployed in a cost effective manner.
30 Sep 2009 5:00 pm Presenting Abolfazl Sirjani, Citrix Systems, VP of Microsoft Tech & Standards Strategy
Virtualization technology enables IT personnel to respond to business needs more rapidly with lower costs and improved operational efficiencies.