MADRAS SECURITY ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE

MADRAS SECURITY ROUNDTABLE CONFERENCE

 

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    MADRAS SECURITY ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE

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About The Event

MADRAS SECURITY ROUNDTABLE Conference will be held on the August 22, 2014 on the theme of “Protecting Business & Brands”, a reflection of the growing concern surrounding organized crime, software piracy, mass data collection efforts which undermine the "secure" cloud. The Conference is pleased to have Data Security Council of INDIA (DSCI) come as the strategic partner.

(ISC)2® Chennai Chapter is proud to announce the 2014 Madras Security Round Table Conference, the only Information Security Conference in Chennai sponsored by the Chapter! The Madras Security Round Table Conference brings together Information Security professionals from across India to expand their Information Security knowledge and skills and to encourage and foster the free exchange of information, techniques, and best security practices. The conference offers attendees over 7 education sessions, designed to transcend all industry sectors, focus on current and emerging issues, best practices, and challenges facing cybersecurity leaders. As cyber threats and attacks continue to rise, the goal of Madras Security Round Table Conference is to strengthen cybersecurity defenders by arming them with the knowledge, tools, and expertise to protect their organizations. 

 

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Why Attend?

The Mardas Round Table Conferences is the pulse point of the security industry where leading practitioners connect to protect. Here you’ll meet with top industry leaders and fellow security specialists to:

      > Explore the most important security challenges facing your organization

      > Discover how the latest advances in technology can help you meet those challenges

      > Build meaningful professional relationships that keep you at the top of your profession

 

You can also enjoy the following benefits:

> (ISC)2 Credential holders will get a complimentary 6 months chapter membership up to 28th February 2015.

> (ISC)2 & ISACA Credential holders will be eligible for 8 CPEs

> (ISC)2, ISACA, DSCI and CSI Members will be eligible to attend free seminars organized by the (ISC)2 Chennai Chapter.

 

Sessions

Several of game-changing interactions will give you an unparalleled diversity of industry insight and information based on best practices, real implementation stories, and detailed case studies including the Human Element, Security Mashups and CISO Viewpoints

 

Speakers

A stellar array of luminaries, visionaries, and pundits bring their perspectives and insights to Madras Round Table Conferences and highlight our events.

 

About (ISC)2 Chennai Chapter

(ISC)² is based out of Palm Harbor, Florida and consists of over 80,000 members worldwide. The chapter program provides members a forum to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and ideas, development of leadership and professional skills, and advancement of information systems security. We also provide our members with access to a variety of industry resource and educational programs to keep our members informed of the latest advances in technology and techniques.

Our members consist of (ISC)²® credentialed professionals who hold either a SSCP®, CAP®, CSSLP®CCFP®, HCISPP® and  /or a CISSP® or advanced concentration certification. Our chapter program is focused on sharing knowledge and exchanging ideas among security professionals in the local area. Ultimately, we want to advance the field of information security by educating practitioners and the public at large on how to protect and defend against security threats.

(ISC)²® Chennai Chapter will provide information security professionals in the local community an opportunity to build a local network of peers to share knowledge, exchange ideas and earn CPEs. In addition, the members will be able to:

      > Develop or enhance your leadership skills by serving as an officer or chairing committee.   

      > Pursue speaking or writing opportunities for chapter functions or general public.

      > Collaborate with other local chapter organizations to develop synergy and share knowledge  

      > Advance security awareness within the local community, from children to senior citizens.

      > Mentor students as they pursue and enter the information security profession

 

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