As the global economy recovers in 2010, Security & Risk professionals must continue to balance tactical and technical responsibilities with the long-term strategic objectives of the business. To achieve this goal, you must aspire to transform your security organization from a reactive silo of technical security expertise to a proactive information risk management team. You must also adopt the same objectives and measures of success as the business. Ultimately, you want the business to view you as a strategic partner and enabler. Of course, you have to undergo this transformation while you adapt to the changing threat landscape, the adoption of cloud services, the consumerization of IT and expanded use of social technologies.
This year’s Security Forum will focus on: 1) evaluating the maturity and effectiveness of the security organization; 2) laying out a road map for architectural optimization and innovation; and 3) ensuring that the right skills, incentives, and metrics are in place for the long-term success of the security program.
KEY QUESTIONS THAT THIS FORUM WILL ANSWER
How do you measure the maturity and the effectiveness of the security and risk management practice and build a road map for the future?
How do you build a data security architecture to protect information no matter who has it and where it rests?
How can you apply enterprise risk management disciplines to information security?
How do you embed security throughout the network, not just on the perimeter?
Who Should Attend?
Forrester's Security Forum is aimed at improving the effectiveness and success of professionals and executives focused on security & risk:
Senior-level IT and information security executives.
Executives and senior-level practitioners responsible for information risk, compliance, or privacy.
Sourcing & Vendor Management professionals looking to outsource or use managed security service providers.
Information & Knowledge Management and IT Infrastructure & Operations professionals looking to secure data on noncorporate assets.