Set Your IT Security Priorities Straight

Thursday, November 18, 2010
Sponsored by IBM

Events On the Park
Oak room
1095 Leslie Street
Toronto, Ontario
M3C 2J7

Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Program: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Shane Schick
, Editor-in-Chief, IT World Canada

Kent Browne
, Principal Security Architect, Worldwide, IBM Security Solutions
Upesh Patel, Business Development Director, IBM Information Management
Doug Plaxton, Business Development, IBM Information Management

Out of more than 12,000 business and technology executives we have surveyed worldwide, 67 per cent place an emphasis on security procedures that help their organizations minimize risk. The problem is, they often must make do with targeted spending on technology and bring in outside security expertise to manage the areas their IT staff can’t. That’s why choosing the right areas for security spending and resources may be an IT executive’s most important skill set.

Join IT World Canada Editor-in-Chief Shane Schick for a half-day crash course in understanding the most critical security vulnerabilities facing enterprise IT in Canada today, along with practical approaches to dealing with both internal and external threats. Discover the industry best practices that are transforming the way information is protected. Limit your company’s liability in the event of a cyber-attack. Walk away with the data you need to build a more effective business case with senior management.


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