IDC IT Security Roadshow 2015

IDC IT Security Roadshow 2015
Start: September 23, 2015
Address: Radisson BLU Hotel, Chisinau, Moldova, Republic Of
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IDC’s Security Roadshow examines global and regional trends related to security and provides actionable advice and best practices for organizations in an era of digital transformation

“Over the years, security trends have remained relatively static. It was always about threats and finding the appropriate product to stop attackers. However, the 3rd Platform is changing how security is acquired, deployed, and used,”

explains Charles Kolodgy, Research Vice President for IDC’s Security Products.

“We are now seeing companies strive to expand the reach of security by better controlling access to information and by utilizing threat intelligence to gain an understanding of what attackers are doing in order to anticipate their actions. In addition, enterprises are looking for solutions that are closely aligned to the applications they protect.”

IDC’s Security Roadshow 2015 kicks off in Ukraine in mid-February and runs through September, taking a stop in 25 cities across the region.

This year’s event will focus on the impact of 3rd-Platform technologies (mobility, cloud, big data, and social business) on security, both as an enabler of innovative solutions and a source of new risks. As always, participants will comprise industry experts, thought leaders, C-level decision makers, key private-sector and government stakeholders, and our own IDC experts.

We look forward to welcoming you at one of the event series to participate in discussions about:

  • IT Security Infrastructure Management.
  • Security and the Human Factor in a Highly Connected World.
  • Security and Mobility.
  • Risk Governance and Managing Vulnerability.
  • Security Metrics: Cost-Effective Security Investment Decisions.
  • Securing the Next-Generation Workplace.
  • The Impact of Data Protection Regulations.
  • Next Steps in Security – Diving into 3rd Platform: Big Data vs Security; From the Internet of Things to the Internet of Everything; Social Business and the Blurring Borders Between Public and Private.



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