The e-Crime Mid Year Meeting is designed to meet the needs of key stakeholders and decision makers who are responsible for managing information and technology risk, protecting sensitive data, securing technology and ensuring compliance with multiple regulatory requirements.
The agenda provides strategic and technical advice, examples of best practice and practical case studies that detail how in-house professionals can meet the demands of evolving business models. The conference provides unique perspectives on how organisations can take advantage of emerging opportunities to increase productivity or decrease cost while at the same time maintaining the security and integrity of IT systems and electronic assets.
Those attending include heads and directors of I.T., information security, technology risk management, information risk management, application and network security, business continuity and resilience, investigations, forensics, privacy, audit and compliance. Industry sectors typically represented range from banking through to oil and gas.
The e-Crime Mid Year Meeting is part of the Global e-Crime Series which provides audiences around the world with insight and information on solutions that can help reduce risk, enable operational flexibility, minimise complexity, create value and keep costs low.
Preventing, detecting and responding to new threats in an evolving technology landscape
Evolving and enhancing information risk management frameworks
Ensuring an adequate and rapid response in the event of a breach and facilitating investigations
Advancing IT security to become high-level risk management and information asset protection
Establishing an efficient and effective compliance strategy
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Aberdeen Asset Management ~ Acromas ~ Aon ~ Affinion International ~ Agilisys ~ AIB ~ Allianz SE ~ Allied Irish Bank ~ American Express ~ Arcadia ~ ASOS ~ Atos ~ Aveva Group ~ Aviva ~ AXA ~ Bank of America ~ Bank of England ~ Bank of Ireland ~ Bank of New York Mellon ~ Bank of Tokyo ~ Barclays ~ Barclays Wealth ~ BDO ~ BetFair ~ BG Group ~ BIS ~ Bourne Leisure Group ~ BP ~ British American Tobacco ~ British Land Company ~ BT ~ Canada Life ~ Carlsberg ~ Centrica ~ Chubb Group of Insurance Companies ~ Citigroup ~ City Index ~ COLT ~ Co-Operative Group ~ Commerzbank ~ Coventry Building Society ~ Covington & Burling LLP ~ CPP Group ~ Credit Suisse ~ Derbyshire Building Society ~ Deutsche Bank Group ~ Direct Legal & Collections ~ EDF Trading ~ Electrocomponents plc ~ Enterprise Rent-a-Car ~ EMI Group ~ Eurasian Natural Resources ~ Everything Everywhere ~ Fidelity International ~ Fidelity Investments ~ First Rate Exchange Services ~ Fidessa ~ FIS Global ~ Fiveways Playcentre ~ Ford ~ Friends Life ~ Gala Coral Group ~ GE Capital ~ Geopost ~ Goldman Sachs ~ Groupama ~ Hargreaves Landsdown ~ HCA International ~ Hermes Fund Managers ~ Home Retail Group ~ HM Land Registry ~ HM Revenue & Customs ~ HSBC ~ Hutchison 3G ~ ICE plc ~ IG Group ~ ING ~ IMI Norgren ~ Informa ~ Insight Investment ~ Intelligent Environments ~ Irish Life & Permanent ~ Jaguar Land Rover ~ Just Retirement ~ John Lewis ~ JP Morgan Chase ~ Kcom Group ~ Kit Digital ~ Legal & General ~ Liverpool Victoria ~ Lloyds Banking Group ~ Lloyds of London ~ National Savings & Investments ~ Nationwide Building Society ~ Network Rail ~ NHS ~ Nokia ~ NTT Communications ~ Matalan ~ Marks & Spencer ~ Merrill Lynch ~ Microgaming ~ Microsoft ~ MOD ~ Molson Coors ~ Money Supermarket ~ Morgan Stanley ~ Motorola ~ Nuance Communications ~ Old Mutual ~ Paragon ~ Pentland ~ Pfizer ~ Post Office ~ PPS ~ Punjab National Bank ~ Qualcomm ~ Rank Group ~ Rathbone Brothers ~ Raytheon ~ Rexam ~ Sony Corporation ~Swiss Reinsurance Company ~ Rank Interactive ~ Rexam ~ Royal & Sun Alliance ~ Royal Bank of Scotland ~ RWE IT ~ Samsung ~ Santander ~ Saudi Telecom Company ~ Savills ~ Serco ~ SoEasyPay.com ~ Scottish & Southern Energy ~ SCS Europe ~ Shell ~ Shop Direct ~ Skanska ~ Standard Life ~ St Andrew's Healthcare ~ Suitumo Mitsui Banking ~ Swinton ~ Swiss Post ~ Sykes ~ Teesside University ~ Telefonica O2 ~ Tesco ~ Tesco Bank ~ The Cavendish London Hotel ~ ThomsonReuters ~ TNT ~ Trader Media Group ~ Transport for London ~ Triumph Motorcycles ~ TUI travel ~ Tullow Oil PLC ~ TTT Moneycorp ~ Ubiquisys ~ UBS ~ UFI Charitable Trust ~ UK Payments ~ Unilever ~ Unipart Group ~ Unite Group ~ Valero Energy ~ Valitor ~ Virgin Group ~ Vodafone ~ VTB Bank Europe ~ Waterstones ~ Weatherbys Bank ~ Wiley ~ Wonga ~ Worldpay ~ WPP ~ Wragge & Co ~ Zamir Telecom and more...
Paul Griffiths, Vice President, Technology Information Risk
Colin Greenlees, Head of Information Security
Graham Palmer, Director, Information Security, EMEA
Tracy Andrew, Information Security and Compliance Officer
Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP
Patrick Michaelis, Senior Product Manager EMEA,
Research in Motion
Phillip Davies, Head of Intelligence and Investigations
Marco M. Morana, Leader
OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project)
Chris Waynforth, District Manager - Enterprise
RSA, The Security Division of EMC
John Hurley, Senior Technology Consultant
RSA, The Security Division of EMC
Gavin Millard, Technical Director
Graeme Nash, Director, Strategic Solutions
Brian Chappell, Director Sales Engineering
Rich Agar, Senior Solutions Architect
HP Enterprise Security
Brian Tokuyoshi, Senior Product Marketing Manager
Palo Alto Networks
Robin Fewster, Principal Consultant
Finmeccanica Cyber Solutions
Eward Driehuis, Product Manager DetACT
Jon Fielding, EMEA Director Mobile Security
Michael Ford, Senior Technical Product Manager
Corero Network Security
Mark Bower, VP Product Management
Steve Grant, Senior Consultant & Team Leader,
Computer Forensics, Legal Technologies
Neil Thacker, Security Strategist EMEA
...with more to be announced very soon!
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