CSO Breakfast: Agile Security- What is it and how do we get there?

Join CSO for breakfast in Melbourne at the Crown Promenade or The Four Seasons in Sydney

CSO’s breakfast sessions are crafted to provide deep insight into today’s security challenges. While agile security is an admirable vision, what does it actually look like?

This is your opportunity to understand how agility can be achieved, and how to navigate its challenges.

Keynote speakers featuring:

Foad Fadaghi, Analyst, Research Director, Telsyte Shifting the enterprise security mode: from incident reaction to agile

Last year a spate of hacking incidents highlighted just how unprepared many organisations are when it comes to preventing, and recovering from, external security breaches.

Ian Yip, APAC Product/Business Manager for Identity, Security & Governance at NetIQ Identity in an agile world

Organisations typically compromise some level of control over their systems, employees and processes to gain efficiency improvements. This results in teams having more access than in the past due to increased responsibilities and a closer working relationship with other teams.

Rob Livingstone, Principal, Rob Livingstone Advisory Navigating the risks in implementing Hybrid Cloud, Agile and Project Management Methodologies 

Ensuring the alignment between the various ‘best practice’ technology implementation methodologies supported by appropriate ongoing IT management and business engagement frameworks is key to the delivery of a robust, truly agile and cost effective IT environment.

The sessions will address agility in terms of:

evolving security with the organisation managing risks while fostering creativity increasing agility without compromise identity and access aligning technical projects

Our speakers will share real-word technical and strategic experience. They’ll talk you through the concepts, the landscape and key challenges, as well as offer practical tips and strategies you can use in your own organisations.


When: Tuesday 24th July 2012  Time:   8am and concludes 10:30am  Where: Crown Promenade, Promenade 3. 8 Whiteman St, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria


When: Thursday 26th July 2012  Time:   8am and concludes 10:30am  Where: Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George St, Sydney

Register today @ www.cso.com.au/breakfast.

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