IDC & HPI
Today’s work environment has been digitally transformed and disrupted.
How does this impact the design of the future workspace?
At this event, IDC will focus and explain the importance of endpoint security as you think about future proofing your workspace.
The work environment is no longer a physical place, but a state of mind. Work is where it needs to be – an airport lounge, on the road in a taxi, at home with the family or at the office. An agile organisation embraces this while acknowledging the new security landscape.
The new landscape requires changing strategies to ensure the security and integrity of information in a highly distributed environment. The old idea of a castle is gone. Our work, data and assets are inside and outside the castle walls. Organisations are exploiting the value of IoT. The old concept of an endpoint has shifted from the edge of the network to the ends of highly distributed networked environments.
This means that the data at the core of every business decision and transaction must be secure no matter where it is created, where it travels and where it is collated. The integrity of data will be achieved by far more advanced levels of monitoring and security analytics than currently used – and learning how to better secure the workplace will help enterprises to more rapidly address security concerns, fend off future cyber-attacks, and ensure stronger and more effective organisations.
Who should attend?
If you are involved in security (CSOs, Heads of Security, Director of Security, IT Networking Security Manager), managing workplace compliance or risk management. Or if you are a CIO or IT manager concerned with the network security of your organisation, then you’ll benefit enormously from attending this event.
What to expect
Keynotes from industry thought leaders, analysts, as well as experts from HPI will set an awareness agenda around workspace security.
Insights and networking opportunities with leading industry leaders, digital disruptors and analysts.
Multiple streamed hands-on workshops to glean the latest knowledge from technology specialists.
Level 2, State Room
488 George St Sydney NSW Australia
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