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Tar Heels and Pine Trees, Here We Come!

March 24, 2011

Are you an information security executive in the Charlotte, NC, area?  Join us for our latest lunch-and-learn, “New Technologies, New Threats: The Changing Landscape of Security Management”, a live event taking place on Tuesday, April 26th at Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Charlotte’s South End neighborhood!  Or featured speaker will be security industry veteran John Walsh, President and Principal Consultant of SPB Secure Solutions, LLC.  A former CISO of a Fortune 500 global manufacturing company as well as Vice President of Information Security for Richmond-based Central Fidelity Bank and Maryland-based Allfirst Bank, John served over twenty years as a Navy Intelligence Officer providing support to a variety of Naval commands, NATO, and joint armed forces organizations.

During this live, in-person event, John will provide 20+ years of insight into the right security controls to address mobile security, including topics on:

  • Web 2.0 technologies, where threats to both corporate data and productivity tools exist at simultaneously
  • Mobile computing devices such as smartphones, pad technologies, and other “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device) components
  • Social Media,including insider threats and corporate data leakage (both malicious and unintentional)
  • Peer-to-peer and cloud computing risks, including data geolocation and in-transit security and compliance
  • Balancing“Prohibit” versus “Trust but Verify”
  • Peer-to-peer issues: Where does your data end up

This event is exclusively for senior information security executives and professionals in the Charlotte, NC area.  Space for this intimate event is extremely limited, so register today!

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