The e-Crime Congress is regarded as the leading platform for sharing strategic, operational, and technical knowledge on how best to reduce electronic risk and protect digital assets.
With a nine year history, the Congress has built an established reputation for bringing together strategists and technical experts who are tasked with securing their organisation, as well as those who work within law enforcement, so that partnerships can be developed and common understandings of response frameworks can be created.
Globally recognised as a forum that delivers critical advice and forward looking insights on security best practice, the Congress provides an appropriate environment for senior decision-makers to share strategic, operational, and technical knowledge on a wide range of issues.
Directors who attend are responsible for areas that include information security, fraud, risk, audit, compliance, IT, legal, and operations. The Congress welcomes representatives from industry sectors that include banking and finance, insurance, communications, legal services, media and entertainment, military and defence, pharmaceuticals, retail, and transport and travel.
Key areas of focus include:
- Optimising IT security and risk management processes
- Adopting effective e-Crime countermeasures
- Eliminating weak points and protecting key targets
- Limiting inherent business technology risks
- Enhancing protective capabilities
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The congress has welcomed heads of hi-tech crime from:
Business representatives that attend include directors of:
Trinidad & Tobago
United Arab Emirates
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Corporate Asset Protection
Digital Security Strategy
Financial Crime Risk
Financial Crime Prevention
Fraud and Security
Global Standards & Policy
Group Information Systems Audit
|Information Security |
IT Risk & Security
Loss Control Services
Money Laundering Reporting
Transaction Risk Management
The PCI series provides critical advice for senior decision makers on how to ensure information security compliance and implement payment security best practices in order to minimise complexity, reduce risk, create value, and keep costs low.
Offering practical insights on how best to protect customer and payment data in a constantly changing business environment, this event is specifically designed to help meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving landscape.
PCI series events is designed specifically for professionals who are responsible for managing key functions within global and national organisations that include banks, merchants and acquirers, such as information security, IT, risk, compliance, fraud, audit, QA, policy, and governance. The global community meetings bring together an exclusive audience in order to discuss the most efficient and cost effective solutions for overcoming the key security and compliance challenges faced today.
The events provide unique insights on how best to…
- Ensure that security compliance defends against evolving threats rather than just answering business requirements.
- Approach IT and transaction environments to reach ‘security’ in the most intelligent way Matching solution paths to wider business goals.
- Take a risk based approach to limit the scope of compliance
Inevitably, requirements to provide relevant and responsive data to internal and external parties will increase.
For those involved in managing e-discovery processes and strategies, it is clear that the issues and challenges inherent in producing targeted information are really just indicators of far wider problems.
At the root of these problems are the collision between business processes, commercial imperatives or requirements, and enterprise data sets.
This forum provides delegates with strategic and operational answers to the two central questions at the heart of e-discovery:
- How can challenges posed by the creation of, storage of, and need to retrieve data be met to ensure that information can be controlled and accessed in a way that meets relevant, and potentially conflicting, internal and external requirements?
- How can a solution reduce inherent business risks by taking into account information that is created now as well as in the future by existing and emerging technology platforms?
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