Not just another DLP event.....
IT Security Specialist, Integrity Solutions, will host a morning seminar on April 14th examining the security threats of the internal user community to your organisation.
International security experts will focus on who has access to your data and what they are potentially doing with it. Among the topics being discussed on the day will be database & application security, user rights management, file integrity & auditing, vulnerability management and web 2.0.
Aimed at information security professionals, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of emerging trends in the security industry and get the chance to discuss threats with independent industry specialists.
|8.15||Registration & Breakfast|
|8.45||Integrity Welcome Address|
|8.45||Web 2.0 - Cutting through the hype
Lior Arbel, Director of Strategic Data Security Solutions, Websense
|9.30||Emerging Internal Threats
Andy Whelan, IT Security Analyst, ESB
|10.20||Database and File Integrity: Root Out Data Risk
Chris Gale, European Partner Director, Imperva
|10.50||Practical Approaches to the Internal Threat
Bryan Littlefair, Global CISO, Vodafone Group
|11.20||Q & A session|
- Gain valuable insights to the latest security trends, threats & new technologies
- Opportunity to speak to the leading experts in the industry
- Learn from real life customer views
- Network with other information security professionals
Lior Arbel holds the position of Director of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) consulting at Websense. Lior is an expert in data loss prevention technology having over seven years experience specifically in this area. He joined Websense in January 2007 and prior to this he was with IBM Global servives for eight years leading the professional services security team. Lior plays an important part in assisting partners and customers with DLP best practices and market vision.
Chris Gale, the EMEA Partner Director for Imperva has over 20 years experience in both IT and Infrastructure. Previously Chris worked for Decru, a pioneer in securing Data at Rest using encryption technologies and for the past two years has worked for Imperva helping customers and partners secure key company data.
As the global Chief Information Officer (CISO) of Vodafone group for the past three years, Bryan is responsible for all IT and Network related information security activity. He has been exposed to security at all levels, both physical and virtual. Previous to Vodafone, Bryan was the global VP of security research and development for BT. His work researching and developing innovative security products and services at BT, coupled with his operational experience gained at MCI / UUNET has enabled him to have a holistic view of security within the global enterprise.
The Westbury Hotel, Grafton St, Dublin 2
Tel: +353 (0)1 679 1122
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