|February 8, 2006 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. EDT|
Securing IT to mitigate data loss and information breach
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Information Security has been thrust to the forefront in recent months with many companies losing information and customer data. Companies are making the move in a desperate attempt to protect consumer as well as critical data from invasion and security breaches. The question by many consumers is whether government should make it mandatory for companies to ensure that customer data is properly secure, while government officials are seeing the recent attacks as a threat to National security. These attacks have therefore left companies clamoring for answers to their now vulnerable IT infrastructures.
Each of the presenters will provide a different view of the topic and discuss such areas as:
- How the loss of personal data is prompting companies to embrace security.
- Quantum encryption and applications around that type of low overhead but extremely random schemes
|SPEAKERS FOR THIS EVENT INCLUDE:
- Can the Law and Regulation Improve National Information Security?
Greg Garcia, Vice President, Information Security Programs and Policy, Information Technology Association of America
- Risk management approach to defending your information and systems from today's threats
Michael Assante, Senior Relationship Manager, National & Homeland Security Idaho National Lab (INL)
- Securing the Enterprise From the Inside Out
James Chou, Chief Technology Officer, Apani Networks
Apani Networks is the leading enterprise network security software provider focused on securing inside the network perimeter. EpiForce, the company’s flagship product, provides a transparent security layer for networked applications by encrypting data flows, enforcing machine-level access control and centrally managing security policy relationships.
Symantec is the world leader in providing solutions to help individuals and enterprises assure the security, availability, and integrity of their information. Headquartered in Cupertino, Calif., Symantec has operations in more than 40 countries. More information is available at http://www.symantec.com/.
|DELEGATE AUDIENCE FOR THIS EVENT INCLUDE:|
Chief Officer and Heads of:
Technology, Information Technology, Information Security, Network Security, Data Management, Network Engineering
Covering front end to back end enterprise IT integration, Integrated Solutions shows growing organizations how to capture, generate, and retrieve data at all points of work and service.
About the speakers
|Workshop Leader: Securing the Enterprise From the Inside Out |
Chief Technology OfficerApani Networks
Jim Chou has 20 years of experience in start-ups and blue chip organizations. He has an extensive background in technology, engineering management and operations. Before Apani, Mr. Chou was vice president of engineering at Antenna Software and eBricks (Citadon), where he was instrumental in creating technology behind the company. He has held executive positions at Accenture, JP Morgan and HarperCollins. He was featured in Mary Cronin's bestseller, "Doing Business on the Internet," while at Apple. For his work at Apani and launching EpiForce 1.0, Mr. Chou was honored with a “Shaping Info Security - 2005” award by Silicon Valley Communications. Mr. Chou has an MBA from Duke and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of New York.