Nettitude is attending this year's educational e-crime & Information Security Congress at the Victoria Park Plaza Hotel (12 and 13 March 2013).
The e-crime congress is designed to meet the needs of key stakeholders and decision makers who are responsible for designing and coordinating information security and risk management strategy, safeguarding digital assets and sensitive information, protecting customers, defending against internal or external threats and responding to incidents.
The agenda provides strategic and technical advice, examples of best practice and practical case studies that detail how in-house professionals can reduce risk, protect data, secure technology and create value. The conference delivers unique perspectives on evolutions within the threat landscape, as well as innovative frameworks that can be adopted to manage existing and emerging challenges.
Globally recognized as the leading platform for sharing strategic, operational and tactical knowledge, the congress unites an international audience of over 600 professionals from 45 countries representing global business, government, the military and law enforcement agencies. Those attending include heads and directors of I.T., information security, technology risk management, information risk management, application security, network security, CERT, business continuity and resilience, investigations, forensics, data privacy, audit and compliance. Industry sectors typically represented range from banking through to oil and gas.
The e-crime congress is the founding event for the global e-crime series which provides audiences around the world with insight and information on solutions that can help reduce risk, enable operational flexibility, minimize complexity, create value and keep costs low.
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