CLOUD COMPUTING, MOBILITY AND SOCIAL COMPUTING – DRIVING TRANSFORMATION, DELIVERING BUSINESS VALUE, RETAINING PRIVACY
European Identity & Cloud Conference 2013, taking place May 14 – 17, 2013 at the Dolce Ballhaus Forum Unterschleissheim, Munich/Germany, offers the most valuable platform in Europe to position your company as a key player in the game changing marketplace for solutions and services in the fields of Cloud Computing, Identity Management, Information Security and GRC.
EIC 2013 Key Topics
Seamless & Secure Cloud: Implementing Information Security as a Key Component of your Cloud Strategy
Identity and Access Management/Governance: Building the Foundation for the audit-proof organization
The Future of Cloud Identity
API Economy: Identity and The Inside-Out Enterprise
Beyond BYOD, IT Consumerization & Mobile Enterprise
Big Data or Smart Data: How to deal with data in a secure and compliant way
Information Security: Consistently protecting corporate information against internal and external attacks
The New IT Organization: Service Focused IT in the Age of Cloud Computing
Cloud Audit: How to Audit Cloud Services
Personal Data & Life Management Platforms
(Mobile) Privacy, Data Protection: How to Prepare for the New European Privacy Legislation
Who you will meet and what you will gain
The European Identity & Cloud Conference will draw together a wide range of thought leaders, experts, c-level officers, project managers and program managers from Europe and all over the world, including CISOs, CSOs, Chief Risk Officers, IT Architects, Project Managers and Program Managers, IT Security and Information Security Experts and Audit Managers.
Gain the latest input on your strategies to defend your business from internal and external threats without missing the need to share information and increase agility
Meet face-to-face with hundreds of experts to exchange ideas, and to identify new areas of collaboration
Network with your peers from many other countries and share your experiences with them
Further develop your expertise on how to effectively and securely move into the cloud
Learn from the lawyers how to deal a cloud service contract and how to avoid data protection and privacy issues
Receive the latest assessments of what to focus on for a future-proof and cloud-aware IAM infrastructure
5 Reasons why you should attend EIC 2013
3 (4) days, over 80 sessions across 5 tracks: EIC is full of world class content, brought to you by the world´s best expert speakers and panelists. You will carry back with you much more than you expect and as much as you need to solve your issues.
You define the key topics: The EIC agenda is built on top of hundreds of discussions with IT and business professionals all over the world, reflecting real-world challenges your peers are facing every day.
All the top names of the industry under one roof: Expect all important vendors to send their brilliant experts to EIC and share case studies and explain their key strategies.
Over 500 attendees mean 500 great networking opportunities for you: EIC is growing strongly and fast, giving you the opportunity to network and meet with more experts than during the whole year.
A New Format: Roundtable sessions. EIC is renown for its interactive and lively sessions. In 2012, we are adding a new format, which will be even more interactive: Roundtable meetings for workshop-like deep dives into key topics.
Watch EIC 2013 Sessions
Martin Kuppinger EIC 2013 Opening Keynote
Panel Discussion The Future of IAM
Jackson Shaw Mortality & Morbidity Findings for Identity Management
Pamela Dingle Analog Identity
Philip Lieberman Securing Privileged Identities in the Real World
Dr. Wojciech Wiewiórowski Personal Data Protection and eID
Kim Cameron Tackling the Identity Explosion
Dr. Laurent Liscia You can Shelve your Big Data Startup Plans if you don´t have Privacy Covered
Jonathan Cogley Don’t Let Password Mismanagement Land Your Company in News Headlines
Doc Searls The Internet of Me and My Things
Marcel van Galen Life Management Platforms: Examples, Prototypes, Best Practices
Panel Discussion From Risk to Value: The Future of Social Media
Continuing Education Credits
You can earn CPE credits at EIC 2013 by attending conference sessions and optional workshops.
Who should attend: CIOs, CISOs, IT Managers, project managers and IT professionals with 3 or more years’ experience.
Prerequisites: none Advance Preparation: None Learning Level: Intermediate Delivery Method: Group-Live Field of study: Computer Science
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