Recent reviews by the Cabinet Office (Data Handling Procedures in Government - June 2008) and the Information Commissioner (Data Sharing Review – July 2008) are a clear indication of how seriously Government takes the challenges of information security.
We are holding a Microsoft Security Symposium for the Public Sector on Tuesday September 16th at Microsoft in London to focus on the unique challenges that all Public Sector organisations need to address to protect citizen data and sensitive information more effectively.
The Security Symposium takes a holistic view of information governance and security by examining the people, process AND technology components of effective organisational security – as we all know, if technology alone were the answer there would be a lot fewer information security breaches.
The Microsoft Security Symposium for the Public Sector on Tuesday September 16th 2008 gives you the opportunity to hear from a range of security experts including:
· Ed Gibson, Microsoft UK’s Chief Security Advisor
· Tony Neate, Managing Director, Get Safe Online
· Roger Styles, Head, Central Sponsor for Information Assurance (CSIA), Cabinet Office
The symposium is open to IT, security and information governance and compliance professionals of public sector organisations in local government, central government, criminal justice, health and education.
Take a look at the full agenda and reserve your place at the Microsoft Security Symposium for the Public Sector on Tuesday September 16th at Microsoft in London:
PHONE: 0870 166 6680 (Event reference: 3169)
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