CISO Africa Summit and Roundtable, the event for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) in Africa will be holding from 20-23 November at the Vineyard Hotel Spa, Cape Town, South Africa. Organized by MIS Training Institute, an exclusive 10% discount is available for African Information Security Association (AISA) contacts.
DELIVERING TANGIBLE INFORMATION SECURITY FOR BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT ACROSS AFRICA
Building on the success of recent ICT Security Africa Summits organized by MIS Training, this forms the first converged pan-African security event – and brings the successful global CISO Summit series to Africa. Information security risk seeks to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data; the security and privacy of people and the security of core business assets.
The CISO Africa Summit seeks to bridge gaps by focusing on the practical aspects of integrated information security, cyber security and incident response.
AISA MEMBERS: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your discount or to receive more information.
Quote AISA or enter the online registration code IS121119-P to receive a 10% discount.
New learning formats…
-New case studies from major companies – lessons learnt and action taken
-Dedicated streams for information security and corporate security
-Active participation guaranteed – extended time for Q and A, panel discussions, workshops, roundtables
-New thought-leadership ‘CISO Think Tanks’ and ‘Streamed Workshops’, vendor shoot out panel
-Dedicated networking – enjoy receptions & dinners with like-minded senior peers
Dedicated discussion workshops including….
-Securing Cloud – Are you already in the cloud? How do you know where your data is?
-Mobile security and securing BYOD
-Advanced Persistent Threats: Hype or reality?
-Setting up an effective information security programme
Case studies, dynamic debate and benchmarking including…
-Cyber crime threat analysis for Africa
-Security professionals of tomorrow
-Social networking risks
-Towards integrated security: what does this actually mean?
-Data loss: should we use “it’s the law” to sell security?
-How do we develop people to prepare them for these roles and beyond?
-Preparing for a balkanised Internet
-Information risk and governance Africa
-Setting up a computer incident response function
-As costs get cut, how do we demonstrate that we use our security budget most effectively?
-Protection of customers’ personal data
-IT standards and best practices – which standard is the best one for IT: ITIL, COBIT 5, COBIT 4, ISO?
-What are the wider implications of Flame?
-Privacy versus Security – is the gulf widening?
-Horizon scanning – top security predictions for Africa & how can we prepare
CISO Africa Roundtable – 23 November 2012, Cape Town
INFORMATION SECURITY PROFESSIONALISM FOR AFRICA, AWARENESS AND MEASURES
Don’t miss the CISO Africa Roundtable, an interactive discussion ‘think-tank’ for thought-leaders and practitioners in information security and corporate security. Facilitated by established practitioners, the focus is on roundtable discussions and group work. You will meet and benchmark with professionals who face a similar set of challenges as you in a ‘hands on’, proactive and inspirational environment.
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