Forum: Free invitation to the SC Forum for 55 delegates

SC is delighted to invite security professionals to apply for a complimentary place at the 2008 SC Magazine Forum. Join us, your peers and leading industry suppliers for two and a half days of networking and meetings, coupled with an exciting workshop programme. This exclusive event is only available to a maximum of 55 security professionals. It is designed to provide you with an invaluable opportunity to mix with your industry peers and to inspire and challenge you as you look to driving forward strategy in your organisation.

We want the Forum to work for you, so we tailor it to your needs. That is why you are able to choose which workshops you attend, which suppliers you would like to meet, and which areas you want to discuss. The excellent evening dinners and drinks receptions are a chance to discuss the highlights of your busy day, unwind with your peers and be entertained and inspired by top-name after-dinner speakers

To book your place, simply complete and submit the online form at http://www.haymarketevents.com/forumRegisterNow/249/. Remember, there are only 55 delegate places, so please book now to avoid missing out.

For further information call the Forums team on 020 8267 4542 or email delegates@haymarket.com

Where: The Oxford Belfry

When: 7-9 July 2008

THE WORKSHOPS

Gone phishing
Phishing attempts continue to rise dramatically and become more sophisticated in design and execution, so what lessons can be learned from successful phishing attacks? This workshop will use real-world examples and outline the likely direction and characteristics of future attacks.
Speaker: Greg Day, McAfee

PCI DSS
PCI DSS is a constant source of confusion to many information security professionals, yet failure to comply can carry hefty fines and disengagement from global payment schemes. This workshop will help you get up to date with PCI DSS and understand how to comply with it.
Speaker: Branko Lolich, American Express

What's next for Microsoft security?
Whatever Microsoft does, it cannot be ignored by information security professionals. One of the company's top technologists will be outlining key security applications and strategies Microsoft will be introducing in the months ahead.
Speaker: Stephen Lamb, Microsoft

Legal workshop: data protection rights and privacy
A look at some key developments in UK and EU law that impact upon the work of information security professionals with a special focus on changes to the data protection act.
Speaker: Frank Jennings, DMH Stallard

Encryption strategies to avoid data loss
Such is the complex nature of the technology that choosing an encryption solution that's right for your business can be daunting. This workshop will introduce an encryption program into your workplace that is properly understood by you and your co-workers and ensure your business stays out of the headlines.
Speaker: Richard Moles, nCipher

Googling the Web 2.0 and beyond: mastering the security challenges of a new computing paradigm
Companies like Google are changing the way we do business, but with the advantages of cloud computing come new security challenges. This session will address those issues with a special emphasis on Google innovation and its disclosure and engagement with the technical community.
Speaker: Amichai Shulman, Imperva

Understanding and implementing ISO 27001
What is the ISO standard, why is it important and how do you achieve the accreditation? This workshop will look at the requirements, the accreditation process and how ISO 27001 forms part of a suite of information security assurance standards.
Speaker: Jeff Brooker, PriceWaterhouseCooper

Risk management: understanding the basic principles
What are the fundamental principles behind risk analysis and management and how can they be applied within their own departments? Plus a look at how to advance your key information security strategies and think beyond the reactive.
Speaker: Stephen Bonner, Barclays Wealth.

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