Henry Dalziel | Information Security Conferences, Latest InfoSec News | November 22, 2012
SecureWorld Conference event is taking place next week November 29th 2012 which we thought to post about.
The online event is titled: “Incident response: clean up on Aisle Nine”. This is an Information Security PenTesting conference designed to assist with disaster control management. The main focus of the security convention is to discuss where you begin once data has been compromised. Think Sony when they discovered that over 77 million accounts had been hacked, i.e. what happened next!?
The speakers will address the critical steps that must be taken to regain control and to ensure that the same hack doesn’t happen again.
The speakers will also provide guidance to create an action plan in the event that unspeakable happens to your organization.
One of the speakers is Carl Herberger. Carl is the Vice President of Security Solutions at Radware, a leader in application delivery and security solutions that assures the availability, performance, and resilience of business-critical applications for over 10,000 enterprises and carriers worldwide.
Carl is a recognized information security expert and has extensive experience in infosec issues, both in the private and public sectors. He began his career in the U.S. Air Force as a computer warfare specialist at the Pentagon and managed critical operational intelligence programs aiding both the National Security Council and Secretary of the Air Force.
Carl founded Allied InfoSecurity and held executive security positions at BarclayCard US, SunGard and Campbell Soup Co.
Another speaker is Cedric Laurant. Cedric is an attorney in Brussels and Washington DC. He works on global projects in the areas of data privacy, information governance and related information security issues for companies, international organizations, governments, and trade associations. With almost 15 years of experience under his belt in those fields, he handles legal assignments, government affairs missions, and training services. He is also the editor of the blog Information Security Breaches & The Law.
Just click here to register for this online conference.