First ever UK RSA Security Summit: 22nd April, London
RSA is providing a focal point for the UK's security professionals to debate the growing cyber threat and security breach landscape with its learning and network event, the RSA Security Summit, on 22nd April at the Barbican in London.
This spin-off from the renowned RSA Conference in the US will focus on the key issues that affect both private and public sector when it comes to ensuring cyber security and combatting fraud, says RSA's UK regional director, Jenny Kalenderidis.
RSA executive chairman, Art Coviello, will key note the event with an outline of why, and how, Big Data is redefining security and the potential this brings, while RSA vice president and CISO, Eddie Schwartz will talk about advanced threat management, incident management and security program re-engineering.
Hear more from Kalenderidis about why this event is different from traditional security events and learn more about the speakers, such as Andrew Rose, principal analyst with Forrester's Security & Risk team.
Meanwhile, ex government deputy CIO, Bill McCluggage, outlines in this video why public sector security and fraud professionals should make this their 'must attend' event for 2013. Now CTO for the public sector at EMC, McCluggage is clear that the public sector must harness big data and share intelligence in its fight against fraud and cyber threat.
Come to the Barbican on the 22nd April and join the security experts, listen to the latest industry news and views and access the most in-depth intelligence whilst chatting with your security peers at this unique event.
Find out more about the event and key speakers here and the agenda / workshops here. But with limited spaces available, make sure you register your details now and get involved.