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IT-SA EVENTS


cybersecurityeurope PAGE 22


Highlights from day three of it-sa 2018’s Supporting Programme provide a fl avour of the comprehensive topic coverage available.


IT-SA PROGRAMME OVERVIEW – THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER 2018


OPEN FORUMS Forum T9 in hall 9 and Forum T10 in hall 10.0 place their focus on technical solutions for IT Security. Forum M9 and Forum M10 in hall 10.1 place focus on the basic, strategic and economic signifi cance of IT security. Cross-thematic presentations in Forum I10 - Forum International are in English language only. CLICK THE FINGER PRINT FOR FULL PROGRAMME


M10 EDITOR’S PICK - Big Data and Data Mining 1:30 - 1:45PM


Around 52% of the unstructured company data companies accumulate is ‘dark data’ – content is unknown. Another 33% is company data that is obsolete, insignifi cant, redundant. Only 15% of stored data is business critical. But an ‘information-centric’ approach based on Big Data and data mining concepts automatically generates a business view of the


huge amount of data. Important questions regarding content, relevance, lifecycle, access authorisations, and data protection can be answered speedily. This presentation demonstrates how easy it is to search, classify, protect, clean-up, and delete data in a controlled manner and to implement regulations (e.g., GDPR) and security requirements effi ciently. Speaker: Georg Bommer CISSP, CISM, CISA Data Governance Technologies Ltd


M9 EDITOR’S PICK - Privileged by nature? Why traditional security perimeters are no longer suffi cient 2:30 - 2:45PM


Cyber security solutions help us to minimise the risk of attacks, but they also minimise your employees’ ability to creatively and independently solve complex problems within their job and thus quickly and successfully generate added value. The speaker argues that we need to think about how we can protect our company without ‘leaving behind’ many opportunities and possibilities provided by emerging technologies. A central component of these considerations is access to resources: who can access what, when, what can be done there - and why. Privileged Account Management (PAM) is the fi rst logical step. Speaker: Henning Hanke, Enterprise Solution Specialist/Thycotic


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