|8.30 - 9.00
||Registration, Tea & Coffee
|9.00 - 9.15
||Welcome and Introduction
Mats Jacobsson, Nordic Regional Manager, RSA
|9.15 - 10.00
||Security Redefined - Managing Risk and Securing the Business in the Age of the Third Platform
Rob Gould, Vice President RSA EMEA
|10.00 - 10.30
||Coffee Break & Networking
|10.30 - 11.15
||Building Security Focused GRC Programs
Unal Perendi, Governify Managing Director and Nokia GRC Manager
|11.15 - 12.00
||"It's not whether you get knocked down, it's whether you get up". Key Findings of the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Report
Paul Pratley, Investigations Manager - EMEA, Verizon RISK Team
|12.00 - 13.00
|13.00 - 13.45
||Next Gen SOC (Security Operations Center)
Joakim Lundberg, RSA
|Identity and Access Management - Customer Case
|13.45 - 14.30
||Key Technologies for Security Operations
It is now well-accepted that preventive controls are no longer sufficient to defend your organization against today’s attacks. It is up to monitoring control and response procedures to pick up the slack. This session shows how the effective use of network, log,and endpoint monitoring technologies, combined with threat intelligence and incident management solutions help to fill your security gaps.
Seth Geftic, RSA
|Inth3Wild: The Current State of Cyber Threats
Learn about the current state and emerging cyber threat landscape: who are their latest targets, how are they perpetrating their attacks and what you can do to proactively mitigate against them. You will also see how RSA’s Anti-Fraud solutions can proactively protect the entire online user life cycle, securing interactions and transactions across Web, mobile, ATM and e-commerce channels.
Nick Edwards, RSA
|14.30 - 14.45
||Coffee Break & Networking
|14.45 - 15.30
||What is GRC, and what does it mean for the modern business?
Today’s businesses have to deal with more and more complex IT-systems, tougher regulatory requirements and more cost efficient value delivery. What role does then Governance, Risk and Compliance play and what does it mean for the modern business?
Depending on who you ask in an enterprise you will hear that different aspects of the enterprises are prioritized differently and not always in a stringent, coherent and structured manner. Ultimately every business’ overarching business goals should govern what risks are acceptable, which regulatory requirements are relevant and to what degree. Governance then is the structured method on how to reach business goals and achieve sufficient value delivery at the same time still being compliant.
The presentation will discuss these challenges and provide the audience with examples of classic pitfalls and best practice solutions to some of these issues
Marcus Larsson, CISSP, CISA, CRISC, CISM, C|EH, and ITIL, Information Security Specialist, Transcendent Group
|Web Threat Detection: Distinguishing between a Customer or Criminal
Web Threat Detection enables organizations to differentiate between legitimate and disruptive use of a website by providing web session intelligence. In this session, you will see how RSA’s solution provides visibility into online behavior before, during and after authentication and detects anomalies, online security threats, fraud, insider threats, business logic attacks and other malicious activity in real time.
Nick Edwards, RSA
|15.30 - 15.40
|15.40 - 16.20
||Evolving Into The Age Of The Customer - How Security & Risk Needs To Adapt To Stay Relevant
Beyond the well-known security trends that assail organizations around the world, such as tougher regulations and advanced persistent threats, there are very significant business changes that will permanently change the roles and responsibilities for security and risk leaders. Businesses today are moving deeper into a new phase, this "age of the customer," and S&R professionals must adapt and evolve to keep up. Security leaders who want to stay relevant through this transformation have to rethink their future path, their focus, and re-evaluate their key stake-holders. In this session, Forrester's Principal Analyst, Andrew Rose, will drill down into the four key imperatives that underpin this new market, assess what they mean in terms of threats, budgets and priorities, and outline practical steps that security and risk leaders can take to stay relevant and valuable to their executive leadership.
Andrew Rose, Principal Analyst, Forrester
|16.20 - 16.30
||Thank you and Closing: Mats Jacobsson