Social Media: Time for Control, Governance & Compliance?
Recorded: July 14 2010
Presented by: Michael Rasmussen and Eric Young
500 million on Facebook, 75 million on LinkedIn. Many of these users are actively utilizing social media for business purposes - as increasingly the usage of social media is about communications, collaboration and communities - your users are bringing these tools into the workplace - to connect with customers, prospect new business and collaborate with partners.
Moving towards a Compliance Orientated Architecture
When: Aug 05 2010 4:00 am
Presenting: Clive Longbottom, Business Process Analysis, Quocirca
Moving towards a Compliance Orientated Architecture.
Best Practices: Preventing Converged Threats
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.
Preventing Data Loss within Cloud Environments
When: Aug 05 2010 9:00 am
Presenting: Emma Webb-Hobson, KTN Digital Systems
Preventing Data Loss within Cloud Environments.
Data Loss Prevention Doesn't Need to be Daunting
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.
Protecting What Matters: The Era of Fences is Over
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.
Content-Aware: Aberdeen's 2010 Data Loss Prevention Report
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.
Expand Compliance Coverage: How to Identify and Manage Compliance with All of Your Data Security and Privacy Obligations
When: Wednesday, 26 May @ 12PM EST
Presenting: Chris Noell, Executive Vice President, Product Management, TruArx
In this 1-hour webcast, Chris Noell, TruArx EVP of Product Management, discusses why it's important to uncover ALL the data security and privacy regulations which affect your business. Chris will then review obstacles which prevent organizations from managing compliance obligations against more than a handful of regulations.
Going Beyond Checkbox Compliance: How to Make Compliance Improve Your Security
When: June 4 @ 11am EST
In today's highly regulated environment, many organizations address compliance as one-off projects where the goal is to ‘get the box checked' by the auditor. This inefficient approach results in time- and resource-intensive work to pour through as many as 40,000 spreadsheets just for one compliance initiative* that provides little value back to the organization. This multiplies exponentially when dealing with multiple regulations.
Automating Risk Management; When, Why, and How
Held: Jul 22 2010 10:00 am
Presenting: Simon Goldstein; Fiserv, Director, Risk Management, CISA, CISM
Regulations, examiners, internal and external auditors, as well as customers increasingly probe your business for details about your risk management practices.
5 Key Insights for IT Risk 2.0:Making Best Practices Work for YOU
Held: Jul 22 2010 11:00 am
Presenting: Brian Barnier; Value Bridge Advisors, Principal
IT Risk 2.0!? Am I ready? OMG, did I even do IT Risk 1.0? "Risk Management" has skyrocketed on both business and IT leader's priority lists - financial crisis, gulf oil spill, cyber-attacks, network failures, product liability.
Understand Your Compliance Risks & What IT Risks Are Worth Taking
Held: Jul 22 2010 12:00 pm
Presenting: Jeramy Cooper-Leavitt, Orbitz World Wide, Director of Compliance
Compliance laws and new technologies can have a great impact on the business infrastructure and business process that we support as security and compliance professionals.
Web Security Religions and Risk Windows
Held: Jul 22 2010 5:00 pm
Presenting: Jeremiah Grossman, WhiteHat Security, CTO and Founder
Information security threats are way up, fraud losses continue to rise, regulatory fines are increasingly common, and budgeted dollars to solve these myriad of problems are in short supply.
What's the Future for Intrusion Prevention? Key 2011 Trends
Held: Jul 08 2010 4:00 am
Presenting: Ron Condon, UK Bureau Chief, TechTarget
Ron Condon has been writing about developments in the IT industry for more than 30 years. In that time, he has charted the evolution from big mainframes, to minicomputers and PCs in the 1980s, and the rise of the Internet over the last decade or so.
Intrusion Prevention, are we Joking?
Held: Jul 08 2010 6:00 am
Presenting: Mark Henshaw, Director ISACA London, Chairman ISACA Winchester
Intrusion Prevention- are we joking?
- When your business is a target, can you really prevent sponsored intrusion?
Best Practices for Managing Intrusion Prevention Effectively
Held: Jul 08 2010 7:00 am
Presenting: Paul Pearston,Senior Security Engineer, SecureWorks
Best Practices for Managing Intrusion Prevention Effectively.
Top Risks Associated with Implementing IPS
Held: Jul 08 2010 10:00 am
Presenting: Marco Ermini: Vodafone Group Services, Network Security Manager
Marco will share his experiences, and the top risks he faced when implementing IPS at Vodafone.
Network Intrusion Prevention vs. Anomaly Detection
Held: Jul 08 2010 12:00 pm
Presenting: Mike Fratto; Network Computing, Editor
Before you can prevent an attack, you have to detect it. Traditional signature based IDS's are prone to false positives and can only detect malicious traffic it has signatures for.
When Prevention Fails: The Role of IPS in Incident Response
Held: Jul 08 2010 4:00 pm
Presenting: C. Matthew Curtin, Interhack, Founder
Intrusion prevention technology is understandably focused on using network data to detect and to stop intrusions in progress. When (not if) intrusion prevention systems fail to prevent intrusions, can they provide any value to the management of an incident?
Advanced Reliability & Scalability for Mission-Critical Computing
Held: Jun 24 2010 11:00 am
Presenting: Robert Shiveley, Mission-Critical Platform Marketing Manager, Data Center
Over the past decade dramatic changes have been taking place in the datacenter. Long gone are the days when Sun was the "dot" in .com and companies were scrambling to put in place e-Commerce strategies and place their businesses on the Internet super highway.