RSA Security Summits will bring together security professional audiences of various levels in medium and enterprise level companies and from sectors like Finance, Banking, Insurance, Government, Healthcare, or Telecommunication industries. The professionals include:
Chief Security Officers, Compliance and Risk Managers, Chief Information Officers that are responsible for defining the organization’s security vision, including the role of the SOC. Or responsible for managing the security processes lifecycle to reduce risk and increase the efficiency of the SOC analysts.
IT Directors, Director of SOC, Director of IS, Director of Network security who need to lead the overall security management and compliance strategy for their organizations.
Security analysts, Network Administrators, IT Managers, VPN Administrators, Web Server Administrators, Identity management professionals who need to be able to detect potential issues, architect /manage Identity & access management, investigate and respond quickly, efficiently and intelligently to security-related anomalies.
Big Data Redefines Security
Big data has the potential to transform our lives for the better; our health, environment, our livelihood, almost every facet of our daily lives. The summit will discuss how Big Data is transforming information security and how an Intelligence-driven security strategy that uses the power of big data analytics will put the advantage of time back on the side of security practitioners.
Embracing the Uncertainty of Advanced Attacks with Big Data
Organized criminals, nation-state groups, and hacktivists continue to wreak havoc within organizations of all sizes in spite of their security teams’ best efforts. The session will discuss how to reduce uncertainty and to succeed against advanced adversaries by transforming four critical aspects of your security program using big data approaches.
Addressing Security Risks and Challenges in a Changing IT Environment
Today’s technology advancements offer users more options and flexibility than ever before. Yet, many organizations continue to struggle with the balance between user choice and secure system access. There’s a new future for security. It’s about innovation, about intelligence-driven authentication that delivers unmatched performance and agility.