Information on the upcoming Gartner IT Security Summit
Gartner IT Security Summit will be held in London on 18 and 19 September 2006. IT Security is a high-stakes balancing act performed in gale-force winds. Threats from inside and outside the enterprise multiply while new business initiatives open up new fronts to secure and gateways to police.
As recent Gartner surveys show, security will only get more important over the next few years. It’s time to get real. With practical, robust approaches to risk management that secure your network and data while allowing the ‘good guys’ to get on with their jobs. Gartner’s IT Security Summit 2006 gives you a clear, realistic view of the current and emerging threat landscape along with the best security processes and technologies to find your way through it.
This year, we’ve gathered some of the world’s most respected authorities and Europe’s most senior practitioners together for two days of intensive, independent analysis, insight and advice. It’s a programme packed with new research, case studies and best-practice presentations that are essential for every security professional.
Gartner will cut through the hype so you can design the right strategies for your business; choose the best technologies for the job; and negotiate the right contracts to get it done. We’ll also look forward to some of the exciting new technologies that will shape your security future in the next decade.
Join Gartner for more than seventy in-depth sessions presented by senior Gartner analysts and experienced security practitioners.
Who Should Attend
Everyone charged with securing the infrastructure and data, managing risk and enabling the business, including:
CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, IT security officers, enterprise security architects, network managers, risk managers, internet security managers, business continuity managers, security analysts and consultants and all other professionals with an interest in security decisions.
Join your peers on the afternoon before the main event begins, Sunday, 17 September, for four in-depth tutorials to get up to speed for the Summit:
” Five Wireless Security Technologies You Need to Know
” Understanding Password Management (PM) and Enterprise Single Sign-on (ESSO)
” Network Security Basics – What Have We Learned From Our Mistakes?
” Articulating the Business Value of Information Security
The tutorials are priced separately and are available to Summit delegates only.
To register, visit Europe.gartner.com/security.