e-Crime Germany is designed to meet the needs of key stakeholders and decision makers from the business community who are responsible for managing information and technology risk, protecting sensitive data, securing technology, securing transactions and ensuring compliance.
The agenda provides strategic, operational and technical advice, examples of best practice and practical case studies. The conference provides unique perspectives on how organisations can take advantage of business opportunities while maintaining the security and integrity of IT systems and electronic assets. Through show-casing solutions the conference enables attendees to reduce cost and create value.
The conference delivers critical intelligence on detecting and preventing internet fraud, malware and online threats in an evolving payments and technology landscape. The event will consider the need to balance security with the customer experience and business requirements.
Those attending include heads and directors of I.T., information security, fraud, 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.
e-Crime Germany 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 in a changing risk and security environment.
Key themes for 2013 included:
Speakers at e-Crime Germany on 31st January 2013 included:
Protecting information and IT assets at the speed of business:
rethinking defence in depth to meet the need for data-centric security
Unlocking the power of IT and security data to enhance risk management capabilities: advancing metrics and measuring effectiveness
Adapting the controls environment to account for changing attack vectors and threat profiles: achieving balance across people, process and technology
Advancing incident response to ensure a fast reaction to identified threats: closing windows of vulnerability and facilitating forensic investigations
Collaboration, cooperation and communication: working with internal and external stakeholders to prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats
Privacy, policy and practice: changes in the regulatory environment and their implications for securing and protecting personally identifiable information
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Organisations that attended e-Crime Germany on 31st January 2013 included:
360 Treasury Systems AG ~ Adidas ~ AFB Social & Green IT ~ Allianz SE ~ American Express ~ Atos ~ Auto Scout 24 ~ AXA ~ Baker & McKenzie ~ BASF ~ Bit9 ~ BNP Paribas Fortis ~ BT ~ Bundesverband Deutscher Banken ~ Checkmarx ~ Citigroup ~ COLT Telecom Group ~ Commerzbank ~ Daimler ~ Deutsche Bank Group ~ Deutsche Börse AG ~ Deutsche Flugsicherung ~ Deutsche Post ~ Deutsche Telekom ~ Drägerwerk ~ edict ~ Elavon Merchant Services ~ Emerging Market Analysis ~ EUMETSAT ~ European Central Bank ~ First Data Merchant Solutions ~ General Motors Corporation ~ Helaba ~ Hengeler Mueller ~ HSBC ~ ING Diba ~ ING Global ~ Internet Crimes Group / iThreat Solutions ~ Kia ~ LogRhythm ~ Lorenz Snack-World ~ MLP ~ Nintendo ~ Osborne Clarke ~ Outpost24 ~ Payment-Network ~ Postbank P.O.S. Transact ~ ProCredit Holding AG ~ Protegrity ~ Quipu ~ Radware ~ Research in Motion ~ Robert Bosch ~ Santander ~ SEW-Eurodrive ~ Symantec ~ Syngenta ~ Targobank ~ The Merck Group ~ Union Investment ~ Unitymedia Kabel BW ~ Universitätsklinikum Bonn ~ Vodafone ~ Xchanging and more!
Group Information Security Office EMEA, Global Consumer Business
Director and Head of Product Management
Deutsche Card Services - Deutsche Bank
Information Security and Business Continuity Manager
AXA Assistance Deutschland
Chief Information Security Officer
Senior IT Security Expert
European Central Bank
Baker & McKenzie
Director - Central Europe and Middle East
Sales Director Central & Eastern Europe
Ron Meyran, Director of Security Products
Senior Key Account Manager
Principal Presales Consultant
Senior Manager, IT Security
Security Analyst and Senior Product Specialist
... with more speakers to be announced soon!
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The conference will be in my calendar from now on to be informed and prepared for the future.
IT Security Manager, eCircle
Sincerely thank you for the invitation and there was a presentation that in consequence was of interest and value to us with a possible business opportunity for one of the vendors.
Chief Audit Executive, ConCardis
I want to thank you for organizing a very helpful conference with heaps of inputs and networking opportunities.
IT Security, Robert Bosch
e-Crime Germany welcomed in excess of 200 senior decision makers from industries that included:
Delegates that attended e-Crime Germany include directors and managers from group and business functions that include:
Transport and Logistics
Technology & Operational Risk
Financial Crime Prevention
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