Nordic IT Security 2014 conference and exhibition

Date
2014-11-05
Venue
Organizer
Event contact first name
Malin
Event contact last name
Mostofi
Email
malin.petterson@copperberg.com
Event contact telephone number
46 86511090
Notes
URLs: Booking: http://atnd.it/15438-0 Inquiries: http://atnd.it/15438-1 Twitter: http://atnd.it/15438-3 Price: Conference Ticket - End Users: 690 Conference Ticket - Vendors: 1090 Exhibition Ticket - End Users: 0 Time: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Description
As organizations rely more and more on IT systems, as the workforce gets more and more mobile, as services become more and more intertwined with products, and as devices get more and more connected to the internet, the security of an organization’s IT infrastructure becomes more and more critical. Key topics that will be addressed: Building a comprehensive security architecture framework that aligns with business strategies Automating the compliance, risk and governance process Addressing and understanding security issues in cloud environments Authentication tools and solutions for secure access controls Over the course of one day, you will experience recent case studies, insightful demos, dedicated roundtables, in-depth workshops, technological lightning talks, and plenty of networking opportunities to give you greater insight on strategic implementations of the latest technology showcased in the Exhibition Hall.
Exhibitor information
James Snow - Trust Product Strategist - Google for Works, Lars Vestergaard - Enterprise Account Executive Nordics - AirWatch by VMware, Mårten Toll-Söderblom - Regional Manager - SMS Passcode, Erkan Kahraman - Chief Trust Officer - Projectplace International AB, Peter Kruse - Head of CSIS eCrime Unit - CSIS security Group A/S, Teemu Ylhäisi - IS Security Officer - Andritz, Robert Mungenast - Head of Information and IT Security - Lantmännen, David Jacoby - Senior Security Researcher - Kaspersky Lab, and more

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