RSA Conference Europe Gears up for Annual Information Security Event in October
Keynote Speakers include Frank Abagnale, Bruce Schneier and many more – as well as first-time keynote panels on ‘Data Security and Breach Notification Requirements: Pros and Cons’ and ‘Pandora's Box: Youth and the Internet’
September 25, 2007; 01:11 PM
London, UK – RSA® Conference, the world’s leading information security conference group, today announced the full list of keynotes for its 8th annual RSA Conference Europe. The event, taking place from 22nd-24th October 2007 at ExCeL London, UK, is set to attract international industry experts, senior executives, security professionals, developers, architects and vendors – and will deliver its educational content through keynotes, tutorials, and more than 100 sessions across 10 tracks.
Featuring keynote panels for the first time, the RSA Conference Europe programme will educate attendees with exciting new sessions:
A keynote panel, Data Security and Breach Notification Requirements: Pros and Cons on Monday 22nd October, will feature government and industry experts discussing how government bodies around the world have either added or are considering new data security and breach notification requirements aimed at protecting sensitive information and consumers from the growing global problem of online fraud. Speakers, including moderator Marika Konings from the Cyber Security Industry Alliance and panelists Marc Rotenberg from the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC); David Smith from the Information Commissioner’s Office in the UK; and Christopher Kuner from Hunton & Williams will discuss effective ways to make progress -- ranging from increased notification requirements and security safeguards to a more hands-off approach and industry self-regulation.
The second keynote panel, on the last day of the Conference – Pandora's Box: Youth and the Internet – will discuss the Internet’s immeasurable impact on the sexual exploitation of children. The panel of experts, including John Carr from the National Children’s Homes; Metropolitan Police Detective Superintendent, Susan Knight; Ed Gibson, Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft Corporation; and social networking site Bebo’s Chief Security Officer, Dr. Rachel O’Connell will – with moderator Adrienne Lawler – share their insights into investigating and preventing these types of abuses and what companies can do to protect children and families from the ever-increasing amount of "harmful material" in our multi-media age.
• Other Industry Leading Keynote Speakers include:
o Frank W. Abagnale, World's Foremost Authority on Fraud and Identity Theft o Bruce Schneier, Security Technologist, and CTO, BT Counterpane o Art Coviello, Executive Vice President, EMC and President, RSA, The Security Division of EMC o Hasan Rizvi, Vice President - Identity Management and Security Products, Oracle Server Technologies, Oracle Corporation o Ben Fathi, Corporate Vice President of Development, Windows Core Operating System Division o Paul Parke, Vice President of Products and Development, SafeBoot
The RSA Conference 2007 Europe program will also feature:
• 10 Themed tracks focused on Authentication, Business Trends & Impact, Deployment Strategies, Developing with Security, Enterprise Defense, Hackers & Threats, Policy and Government, Professional Development, Security Solutions, and Wireless.
• A Wide Range of Sponsors & Exhibitors including Platinum Sponsors Microsoft Corporation, Oracle, Safeboot and RSA, The Security Division of EMC; and Silver Sponsors VeriSign, AirPatrol Corporation, MXI Security, a Division of Memory Experts, Trusted Computing Group and WISeKey.
• Unparalleled Networking Opportunities with 1,500 security professionals
"No matter what size the organisation, technology is transforming the way we conduct business, communicate, and access and manage valuable data. As we change the way we do business, security and privacy challenges continue to evolve. Events such as RSA Conference Europe 2007 play a critical role in providing the industry with a platform to come together, share developments and best practices as well as identify ways to address security and privacy threats for customers. We are proud to be part of that as a platinum sponsor," commented Ben Fathi, Corporate Vice President of Development, Windows Core Operating System Division at MicroSoft.
"We are very excited about this year’s line-up of speakers. We’re including keynote panels featuring leading industry and government body speakers that will undoubtedly drive forth a timely debate about security issues," commented Tim Pickard, RSA Conference Europe Director. "We’ve also completely redesigned the Exhibition floor, with stands positioned around a central hub, making it more conducive to networking and conducting business."
To find out more information regarding the RSA Conference Europe 2007 agenda, please visit the event website at http://www.rsaconference.com/2007/Europe/Home.aspx
Full details about registration, deadlines for special discounts, and the Premier Club are available at www.rsaconference.com/2007/Europe/Registration.aspx
For press registration please follow http://www.rsaconference.com/2007/Europe/For_Press/Press_Registration.aspx
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