Demystifying Compliance: A Practical Approach to Data Security and Availability
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Regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, GLBA and HIPAA are complex, confusing standards that are
long on requirements but short on specifics, especially when it comes to IT controls for data protection and backup.
Understanding what these and other regulations mean for your business is only the first step; developing a strategy
for assessing and adjusting your company’s operational and technical controls is a much more involved, ongoing process.
This seminar focuses on how to build a foundation of policies, processes and technologies that will
support myriad regulations and audit requirements. It will explore how to leverage the “80/20 principle” to establish
an essential baseline of controls that fulfill 80 percent of all regulatory requirements.
You will learn:
- - How to translate various confusing regulations to a practical plan of action for your IT environment.
- - How to assess your current infrastructure and program for compliance readiness, and identify gaps in detection, auditing and reporting capabilities.
- - Essential regulatory requirements for identity and access management, including user interactions with IT systems and data stores.
- - What adjustments you need to make to existing data protection and integrity controls, including threat and vulnerability management, backup/data archiving and data retention policies and processes.
- - How regulations impact the way you approach change and configuration management.
Register now, seating is limited!
Diana Kelley is a Senior Analyst with Burton Group. Diana has extensive experience creating secure network architectures and business solutions for large corporations and delivering strategic, competitive knowledge to security software vendors. Prior to Burton, she has held a variety of senior-level positions at analyst firms such as Hurwitz, Security Curve and Baroudi Bloor, as well as several security solution providers. Over her career she has advised a wide range of corporate clients on security strategy, including Bank of America, General Electric, Merrill Lynch, MetLife and The Travelers.
Diana speaks frequently at major conferences, such as 802.11 Planet, BlackHat, InfoSec, NetWorld/InterOp, The Internet Security Conference, and ComDex. She is on the advisory board of the Executive Women’s Forum and served as Chair for the Mobile and Wireless Security conference for 2003 and 2004. She has authored numerous White Papers and research documents, wrote the chapter on "PKI and Directories" for the book PKI: A Wiley Tech Brief and contributed articles to Information Security magazine, CNET, The Journal of Network and System Management, Security Focus inFocus and Security Products Magazine.
This is a rare opportunity to hear a recognized leader in the information security profession – not a sales or marketing guy – reveal specific security/compliance best practices and insights. Benefit from Bruce Moulton’s 25+ years of diverse experience in information security, business continuity and IT audit, including expertise in security for financial services, high-tech manufacturing, healthcare/medical/pharmaceutical, retail and technology start-up organizations. Moulton was a co-founder and the first elected chairman of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS/ISAC), and has served in senior leadership roles for the International Information Integrity Institute (I-4); BITS; the technology task force of the Investment Company Institute (ICI); and for the Securities Industry Root Certificate Authority (SIRCA). Mr. Moutlon currently sits on the board of directors of The Center for Internet Security (CIS).
Before joining Symantec, Moulton was VP and CISO for Fidelity Investments where he had additional responsibilities for the enterprise business contingency planning program and for worldwide technology supporting physical security functions. Moulton also served VP of IT Audit where he built and managed Fidelity Investments’ world-class IT audit group. Prior to Fidelity Investments, Moulton held senior positions with such organizations as DMR Group, Price Waterhouse, Digital Equipment Corporation and Pfizer.
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity – attendance at each seminar is very limited. Reserve your seat today; complete our quick
online registration form or call Brian DiGeronimo at 508-621-5532.