Minimise Leakage From People, Devices & Data On The Move: Remain Compliant, Increase Staff Awareness & Prove The Value Of ICT To Ensure In-Transit & Remote-Access Security Of Public Sector Data

What are your peers in the public sector doing to protect their data?

High profile cases of data loss reported in the past 12 months have served as a wake up call and security and privacy of information has now leapt to the top of the agenda in all public sector organisations, BUT how can you ensure remote-access and in-transit security of public sector data?

SC Magazine’s inaugural Public Sector Secure Computing conference will bring together senior IT and security experts across central, local and regional government to discuss best-practice methods to retain control, maintain compliance and prevent leakage of data in this modern mobile-working environment. Topics for discussion include:

Securely Manage Data In Transit And Assess The Solutions Available For Data Loss Prevention
Deliver Against The IAMM And Incorporate The SPF And The Data Handling Review Minimum Mandatory Measures
Explore The In-Transit Security Measures Needed When Sharing Data And What Impact Government Connect Will Have On Data Sharing
Keep Data Secure Outside The Data Centre: Identify The Threats Associated With The Use Of Removable Media
Explore The Encryption Solutions Required Across Different Data Sharing Channels To Ensure Encryption Aids Security Rather Than Hinders It
Mitigate The Risk Of Peripheral Device Usage To Avoid Breaches And Manage Them If They Do Occur
Improve Communication With Users To Ensure Staff Understand The Value Of The Data They Hold And Keep Data Secure
Assess Remote-Working Risks And Successfully Manage Remote-Access Users To Avoid Unwanted Security Breaches
Gain The Necessary Board Buy-In To Communicate The Importance Of Data Security Effectively
Understand Who To Trust With Sensitive Data And How Best To Manage Your Relationships With 3rd Parties And Beyond

The previous SC Magazine conference received a 100% satisfaction rate.

Testimonials from previous SC Magazine conferences:

‘Helpful and very informative.’ – Project Manager, DVLA
‘Very valuable.’ – Auditor, Chichester DC
‘An ideal day to learn and network.’ – IS BCP Risk & Security Manager, Cancer Research UK
‘A helpful resource for security professionals.’ – IT security manager, MET Office
‘Plenty of food for thought.’ – Technical Strategy Analyst, Cambridgeshire County Council

Why this SC Magazine conference in particular?

This conference is officially CPD certified
One-day compact format featuring 10 leading speakers from central and local government, health, criminal justice and other areas of the public and voluntary sector, great value for money and limited time out of the office
This conference represents 93 hours of research with IT security professionals
You will receive loyalty discounts and group discounts for future events
You will have unfettered access to exhibitor stands and the chance to meet solution providers in a non-hard-sell environment

For further information and details on speaking opportunities at this event, please contact Alethea Eddy on +44 (0)20 8267 4011 or email: conferences@haymarket.com

Event Website/URL: www.publicsectordatasecurityconference.com
Event Type: Conference
Start Date: 15-09-2009 Finish Date: 15-09-2009
Event Location: The Ibis Earls Court, Central London
Country: United Kingdom
Contact: jade.smith@haymarket.com