For the modern CIO security challenges are tougher than ever. Dangers such as malware are getting more advanced than ever and penetration tools develop increasing levels of attack sophistication.
2012 will be a year of ongoing change on the information security front. Further adoption of cloud and virtualization technologies will continue to present CISOs with new potential threats. The increasing number of companies and executives using social media will allow new cybercriminal methods such as ransomware and crime as a service a greater opportunity to lure unsuspecting users and threaten the enterprise at large.
The Next Generation Security Summit once again served as an arena for senior level executives to engage in clear and focused dialogue with their peers and examine their management objectives in a relaxed and vibrant environment.
The Next Generation Security Summit is a two-and-a-half-day event bringing together C-level technology executives from the financial services, healthcare, government, education, retail, and utility industries. In its sixth year, the unique and professional forum has been used as a rewarding discussion and learning platform by hundreds of the industry's leading CIOs and CISOs.
"You guys held a class act event. This was the best event I have been to that takes full valuable use of the customers and vendors. Excellent forum. Great job! "
Adrian Diaz, Senior Security Sales Architect, Dell SecureWorks
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