CISOToronto 2012 Dec. 4, 2012 to Dec. 4, 2012, Toronto, Canada

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Seven Habits of Highly Effective Awareness Programs Ira Winkler , Samantha Manke The human element is still the most critical vulnerability to CISOs and very often the ...
Catch-22 Your End User Is Both the Problem and the Solution Bruce Fairley , Paul Gerics , Kent Schramm Security leaders know that the most challenging aspect of a security program is creating and ...
The ART of Security Context: Metrics without Meaning are Useless David Oberry Reporting on your individual area, on individual processes, and on individual products doesnt always provide ... Security
Information Protection at Target Its in the Culture Brenda Bjerke At Target, safeguarding guest, team member, and company information is a top priority. Targets Brenda ... Security
The Ten Commandments of Influencing High-Level Executives Tc Waisman Landing a seat at the table is an experience that is greatly impacted by the ... Security
Embed Privacy and Security by Design and Gain a Competitive Advantage Ann Cavoukian The explosive growth of ICTs has forever altered our social and economic worlds, and how ... Security
Partnering with the Business to Manage Technology in a Complex Regulatory Environment Paul Milkman The complexity of managing risk within a global firm is compounded by constantly evolving technology, ... Security
Balancing Productivity and Protection Brian Tokuyoshi , Zaki Abbas You are invited to join Brian Tokuyoshi and Zaki Abbas in this interactive executive boardroom. ...