ScienceSoft, IBM Russia and Headtechnology to Hold a Seminar on Information Security

ScienceSoft, IBM Russia and Headtechnology to Hold a Seminar on Information Security

On April 4th, 2012 ScienceSoft Inc. in cooperation with IBM and headtechnology is organizing a seminar on Security Information and Event Management as well as Compliance Management which is going to take place in Minsk.

The demands for security intelligence are growing rapidly in large and small organizations. The number of security threats is on the increase and compliance requirements multiply. The growing volume of data and network events, increase in the number of users and network devices further complicate the challenges faced by information security officers. There is no way to confront arising threats without new comprehensive solutions.

The seminar “Information Security Management and Compliance with International Standards” is organized by ScienceSoft Inc., one of the top IT services exporters in Belarus, together with IBM Russia and headtechnology, a European software distributor. The goal of the seminar is to increase awareness of businesses about information security and compliance challenges and ways to overcome them with the help of the leading solutions on the market.

The seminar has a comprehensive programme. The key information security issues and general approaches to mitigate them will be discussed in the presentation of Andrei Kochukov from ISS-Advance (Ukraine), a training center in information security and IT audit. Oleg Letaev from IBM Russia will talk about IBM’s strategy in information security. Sviatoslav Shpak, director of headtechnology in Belarus, will present QRadar, the flagship SIEM product of Q1Labs, a company recently acquired by IBM. Dmitry Nikolaenya, a senior SIEM consultant from ScienceSoft Inc., will show a live demo of QRadar.

The seminar will take place on April 4th, 2012 at a conference center in Minsk. Participation is free of charge; participants are required to register beforehand by email or phone.

Source: ScienceSoft

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