Technology Executives Club
IT Security, Compliance & Disaster Recovery Track
Prevention Secrets of Top IT Executives
Best Practices in IT Security, Compliance & Disaster Recovery
Chicago, IL | January 28, 2010
On this you can depend: At some point your organization's data will be attacked, disrupted or destroyed by inside, outside or natural forces. On top of this... your compliance requirements will continue to get more intense, and without the latest strategies you risk an unfavorable compliance audit, or worse.
Don't let this happen. Make Sure You and Your Staff Members ...
Join Top IT Executives from Illinois Tool Works, Allstate, Northwestern University & DePaul University ...
And Get Their Secret Tips on How They:
- Plan for and Prevent Breaches in Security
- Mitigate Application Security Vulnerabilities
- Drive IT Performance through ISO Frameworks
- Ensure Operations Carry On through IT-Centric Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
- Utilize the Latest in Encryption Techniques
LEARN THESE BEST PRACTICES (AND MORE!) FROM OUR KEYNOTE PANEL:
||Kurt A. Troyer, CISSP, Corporate Information Security Manager, Illinois Tool Works Inc.
Kurt has over 15 years of experience in technology and security management, primarily in the financial services industry.
||Sridar Peyyeti, Enterprise Architect, Allstate Corporation
Over the past 15 years, Sridar Peyyeti has been responsible for business strategies for multinationals, technology architectures, large global SAP programs and value engineering practice.
||Arlene Yetnikoff, Director of IS Security, DePaul University
Arlene has worked in Information Security for over 20 years as consultant, educator and hands-on practitioner. As a consultant, she has helped a multitude of clients assess and design their information protection architecture, policies and processes.
||David Kovarik, CISSP, CISM, Director of Information and Systems Security / Compliance, Northwestern University
Dave ensures the University maintains high-level security, meets regulations and compliance issues, and can respond to disaster scenarios by implementing and executing its Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plans.
PLUS, BONUS FEATURES OF THIS EVENT!
Get INSIGHTS FROM THE FOLLOWING INDUSTRY EXPERT BRIEFINGS:
||Decrypting the Mysteries of Encryption: Planning for Business Success in the New World of Pervasive Cryptography
Terence Spies, Chief Technology Officer at Voltage Security, will discuss trends in data encryption, such as key management solutions in cryptography, how standards affect security architecture and strategy, the expanding scope of regulations, and what crypto will look like in the next decade.
||Driving Improved IT Performance
CA Vice President of IT Compliance & Security Rob Zanella will share how to leverage ISO frameworks (ISO20000, ISO27000, and ISO38500) to improve processes and consistency across an organization. He’ll highlight the process he followed at CA and the substantial benefits his team achieved.
|| IT-Centric Business Continuity: IT's Leadership Role
Irwin Teodoro, Director of Systems Integration at Laurus Technologies, will explore "IT Centric" business continuity, which balances business needs with economic realities. In light of tightened budgets and expense reductions, he addresses a fundamental question: Where is it safe to reduce expenditures and where could it be disastrous?
||The Latest On Application Security Vulnerabilities
Explore the current security landscape for enterprise applications, where spending has been focused, one of the most common application vulnerabilities, and the devastating effects it can have on your organization. IBM Software Group's Eric Offenberg, CIPP and MBA, shares trends and analyses in this consistently vulnerable area.
IN ADDITION, you'll
- Network with other Your Peers to make new contacts, compare notes and best practices
- Meet top vendors in the industry, and
- Earn Continuing Professional Education credit if you're a Club member
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- VPs & Directors responsible for Security, Disaster Recovery & Compliance
- Compliance Directors
- Any IT Executives and Managers responsible for Security, Disaster Recovery & Compliance
Here's how to REGISTER for this event:
- Purchase tickets now: $175 Members, $275 Nonmembers
- Members: Use Your Bundled Tickets - Contact Member Services at
- Corporate Members Receive Passes to All Seminars. Learn more here.
- Attend this event for only $47! Learn how.
Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010
12:30 Registration & Networking
Event begins promptly at 1:00
1:00 - 5:00 Panel & Presentations
Union League Club,
65 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago IL 60604
Questions? Contact Maria Tuthill at 847-837-3900 x1
Professional business-casual attire required.
Final speakers and topics are subject to change.
LEARN HOW TO BECOME A SPEAKER / SPONSOR FOR THIS SEMINAR:
Contact Alex Jarett at 847-837-3900 x3.