Decru, a NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) company, will
present at the Information Systems Audit and Control Association
(ISACA) Spring 2007 conference, April 16-18, 2007. Kevin Brown,
vice president, will discuss how to evaluate your security
infrastructure to identify the most appropriate protection measures
for your organization, techniques to address common security
vulnerabilities, and recommendations to deploy a security model
that effectively protects sensitive information.
ISACA is the only worldwide organization that
provides up-to-date information for professionals in the converging
disciplines of auditing, data processing, accounting, data
security, and quality assurance. ISACA Spring 2007 is Southern
California's leading conference for IT governance, control,
security, and assurance.
Newest Techniques for Strategic Data
Speaker: Kevin Brown, vice president, Decru, a NetApp company
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Time: 8:30-10:00 a.m.
Location: Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
Session Number: T7
With data breaches making headlines and with
new and growing threats coming from disgruntled insiders,
viruses/worms, corporate espionage, cyberterrorism, and information
warfare, there is a heightened concern over information assurance.
Today, largely invisible enemies launch daily attacks on nearly
every major corporation and government agency and rapidly adapt
their tactics to address countermeasures. As the threat model
evolves, traditional "perimeter" security measures are no longer
adequate to protect sensitive information. It's time for
enterprises to consider a number of time-tested techniques and
principles to prepare for such electronic warfare. This session
will present the newest techniques that help address evolving
computer security threats.