Jointly organized by the OSWOUG and NWOUG
A lot has changed in the security industry over the past 12 months, including a rise in cyber attacks against high-profile firms, the genesis of global cyber peace deals and the harsh realization that no-one is safe from online threats. Meanwhile, experts warned that cyber crime is no longer a problem for the IT department alone. It is a boardroom issue and it became apparent in 2015 that the consequences of a major hack can include financial ruin, job losses, extortion and loss of reputation.
So...another day, and you hear about yet another data breach. From the cyber-attacks on the Internal Revenue Service to news of the latest security bugs, it seems as if frequent cyber-security incidents represent the new normal. Before it happens to you, what should you be paying attention to ? What new methods can your security group deploy to augment traditional perimeter defenses around your systems? The key is to focus on your most valuable asset—data—and build a security strategy that protects data at its source. But how do you begin do that?
Come hear what industry experts and other companies are doing to set up a better defense!
10:30 Check-in, registration, networking
11:00 Event kickoff
Speaker: Tom Atwood, Sr. Principal Product Marketing Director, Oracle Corporation
Oracle's Information Fortress
12:00 Lunch and networking
12:45 Keynote: Francis D’Addario, Former VP & Partner Asset Protection, Starbucks
2:00 Speaker: Marty Scholes, Marketing Solution Architect, F5 Networks
SSL and the Hype: What's Real?
3:00 Wrap-up, raffle drawing and giveaways
Note: Free parking in the garage below the building with validation.
Who should attend?
Developers, DBAs, System Administrators, Network Administrators, Applications Managers, Security Managers IT Managers, IT Directors, IT VPs – anyone in your company that cares about securing the applications and data within your company.
We could not do this without the support of our sponsors!
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