India Computer Security Conference -19th to 21st May 2011

India Computer Security Conference -19th to 21st May 2011


About The Event

The organizations that thrive today are those that effectively manage and address an increasing number of security challenges: mobility security, outsourcing leaks, customer data privacy, increasing regulatory compliance issues, the latest cybercrime threats and more.

ICSC 2011 will focus on these topics, as well as show you how to proactively build security into the business plan, manage risk and make decisions regarding the new technologies such as cloud computing, virtualization and Web 2.0.

About ICSC 2011

ICSC 2011 features a comprehensive program, covering key topics, to provide the security knowledge one needs to succeed in today's environment. We'll focus on real-world solutions that fit into the business plan, and help the delegates deal with increasing threats, compliance and regulatory issues, tighter budget, even management that doesn't always understand.

Topics of discussion:

  • Keynote: What Risk Management MeansToday
  • Keynote: Security Culture in International Companies
  • Panel Discussions on: CISO's and the International perspective
  • Panel Discussion on: Talking to Your Board about Security
  • Workshop on Vendor Management
  • Security trends in IndiSecuring Your Mobile Workforce: A Risky Business

About the Organizers:

As a part of the agenda to address info security issues, UBM India and Computer Security Institute (CSI) jointly welcome you to the inaugural India Computer Security Conference 2011 (ICSC 2011), which will run through May 19-21, 2011 in Mumbai, India.

Computer Security Institute (CSI) is the original and leading information security membership organization whose mission is to position its members and attendees for success. CSI offers education and connection via conferences, online events, webcasts, member publications and awareness tools. CSI also publishes the widely cited CSI Computer Crime & Security Survey.

CSI Attendee Demographics: The right attendees:

  • 70% attendees - Manager level and higher
  • 66% come from companies of 1,000 and above
  • 77% - Purchase, recommend, specify, approve or influence the purchase of computer security services, hardware, software or application
  • Job Function/ Responsibility - 65% Management & 25% Executive / Senior Management
  • Buying Authority - 80% Authorize, Approve, Specify or Recommend the purchase of IT security-related products - ( Data Source – CSI event in US* )

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