Presented by CGI
Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Time: 8:00 am to 10:00 am (2 CPE Hours)
Cost: Once again early bird pricing for this seminar, so register early and save.
Early Bird Special
Registrations made on or before January 21, 2014:
ISACA Members - $20; Future Members - $25; Students - $15
Registrations received after January 21, 2014:
ISACA Members - $25; Future Members - $30; Students - $20
A full hot breakfast is included.
Place: The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver - 845 Burrard Street, Vancouver
CIOs, CxOs, Senior Management, IT Governance, IT Management, Information Security Management, Risk Management, and IT Assurance professionals.
Monitoring and Logging are onerous IT tasks that are getting more sophisticated thanks to an increasingly complex threat landscape. Many companies reach out to Managed Security Service Providers for this. But is security assured at that point?
It is apparent today that security and privacy breaches have become commonplace. Today's wisdom is that both individual, and business, should expect to breached. It's no longer a question about if, but when you will be affected by a security breach.
With this inevitability nearly assured, companies are being urged to conduct logging and monitoring services in such a way that cyber resilience remains in tact and is improved upon dynamically. With such a fluid environment to oversee, many companies are utilizing specialized third parties called Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs) to perform the tedious, detail-oriented work required by regulations and laws. (e.g. PCI, SEC regulations, HIPAA).
However, threats are real and evasive and ever changing. Managed Security Services must bring to the table a dynamic view towards event correlations. Too often, companies settle on a formulaic and somewhat simplistic monitoring strategy, but the threat landscape is much more complicated.
The presentation will investigate industry best practices for ensuring that your organizational risk is both understood and responded to in the most efficient way. Deciding upon the numerous product, vendor and service options to employ can be tricky and often time, resource and cost consuming. Daina will share some best practices and industry experiences for implementing a consistent, vigilant approach to cyber security and incident handling that will attempt to demystify much of the decision process and service expectations in achieving a mature security posture.
Daina Warren - Security Business Engineering Lead, Cyber Security
Daina leads CGI's Security Business Engineering team at the Canadian Security Centre of Expertise, comprising over 200 security and privacy professionals, one of Canada's largest 24/7/365 Security Operations Centres and one of only three accredited security evaluation test centres in Canada. The CoE delivers security and privacy services to Canadian and global organizations, including a large number of major corporations, financial institutions, Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments. Daina has over 20 years of experience in the technology sector. Her broad range and depth of experience has included work at EDS and over 10 years at Nortel as a Senior Program Manager and Project team leader. Daina joined CGI in 2009 and has been a key member of the security practice ever since.
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