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Posted by Stephanie Balaouras on September 15, 2010
Security Forum 2010 is upon us, and the stage has been set. After my welcome remarks this morning, Forrester’s own VP & Principal Analyst Khalid Kark kicked us off with a fantastic keynote: “Maturing The Security Organization.” Next up, Malcolm Harkins, CISO of Intel, spoke about the misperception of risk as “The Most Significant Vulnerability We Face." After Malcolm, Forrester was happy to welcome a quartet of IBM security experts and customers for a panel discussion on “Smart Security." Daniel Barriuso, CISO of Credit Suisse, finished up our morning keynotes with a presentation outlining the essential steps to build a “Holistic IT Security Management organization”.
Even though each of these presentations addressed different security challenges, in the end they delivered many common recommendations. For example, the need for strong governance and oversight and the ability to objectively identify and assess future risks. There were a few other key points that I want to highlight:
These are just three short points from four hours of incredible content and delivery of just DAY 1 of Security Forum 2010.
Tomorrow, we have another packed morning of keynotes from Forrester’s Andy Jaquith and Chenxi Wang and industry speakers Herbert Thompson (Chief Security Strategist, People Security), Dan Geer (Chief Scientist Emeritus, Verdasys), Archie Reed (Chief Technologist, HP Cloud Security), Eran Feigenbaum (Director of Security, Google Apps) and Chris Darby (CEO In-Q-Tel). Plus we have another 6 track sessions tomorrow.
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