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Secure Computing Forum 2013
- Starts: Thursday, 7 March 2013, at 8am
- Ends: Thursday, 7 March 2013, at 4pm
- Venue: The Gibson Hotel
- Phone: 01 460 4888
- Website www.datasolutions.ie/scf
Make IT security everyone’s business.
The Secure Computing Forum, organised by Irish IT distributor DataSolutions and sponsored by leading security company Check Point Software Technologies, will take place on Thursday, 7 March 2013.
Global experts will discuss how to implement a security strategy that penetrates the entire organisation and provide advice to Irish organisations on:
- Getting to grips with the latest cyber threats and the main challenges for 2013
- The latest technologies to protect their business
- Data protection, compliance and password security
- How to build security into the business plan
- Addressing the security challenge of BYOD
- Building a security awareness culture
- Moving to the cloud securely
Through the Secure Computing Forum, attendees will discover how to manage and address the increasing number of security challenges.
International speaker and entertainer, David Meade, from BBC's The David Meade Project, will be the master of ceremonies for the day. He will be joined by Terry Greer-King, managing director, Check Point UK & Ireland, who will take a historical and critical look at the past and current state of IT security and why now is the time to change the way we view IT security.
Dr Bob Griffin, chief architect, RSA, will also be in attendance to discuss the learnings from the RSA security breach in 2011 and will advise on how to handle an attack in progress and how best to clean up.
Carlos Gomez Gallego, director of product management for Aruba Networks, will present on how to design and manage corporate networks to truly embrace BYOD, while Irish Data Protection Commissioner Billy Hawkes will examine the proposed changes to the data protection rules in the EU.
A number of other high-profile speakers will be announced soon.
Attendees can also meet with all the experts at the Expert Bar or arrange one-to-one consultations to get invaluable advice.
The event is being supported by IT vendors Check Point, RSA, Symantec and Aruba Networks, and security strategists from each of these organisations will be present at the event.
To register for this event, go to the website or call Roberta McCrossan on 01 460 4888.