BEAT THE HACKERS, CRACKERS & SCRIPT-KIDDIES AT INFOSECURITY EUROPE 2001 Wednesday 7 March 2001 PDF Print Information warfare, cyber-terrorism, industrial espionage, hacking, cracking and script kiddies - sounds like the ingredients for a futurist sci-fi movie. In reality these are all serious information security breaches which are having dire consequences on large and small corporations alike. However, for company directors and IT security specialists looking for the latest line of defence in the minefield of information security, help is at hand at Infosecurity Europe 2001 - the most widely regarded IT security event in the world which runs from 24-26 April 2001 at Olympia London. With over 170 companies exhibiting, the event offers the largest gathering of IT security vendors and products in Europe. Infosecurity Europe 2001 also incorporates an information sharing business forum which will influence and educate both the public and private sectors through six FREE high-powered Keynote sessions and a 50 plus seminar programme. The keynote timetable includes: Tuesday April 24, 10.30am - 12.30pm Time Based Security This session will unveil quantifiable methods for developing enterprise- wide security. It reveals the other side of the coin to traditional models of security and will help companies understand security as a risk with tried and tested methods of how to measure it. Tuesday April 24, 2.15pm - 4.30pm Coping with Risk - the Next Generation Deloitte & Touche in conjunction with Network Associates will host this Briefing which is divided into 3 sessions. All delegates who pre- register can claim a free copy of PGP Wireless when they attend the session. Session One - Deloitte & Touche Secure e-Business will demonstrate some of the current mechanisms used by Hackers and Script Kiddies to gain access to your systems. Presented by Neil Jarvis, Deloitte & Touche. Session Two - Moving from the wired to the wireless world, organisations need to examine the different requirements of information security. What do vendors need to provide and what do users need to ask for? Peter Dinsmore from NAI Labs will take delegates through existing standards and their appropriateness in this new paradigm of data communications. Session Three Yag Kanani of Deloitte & Touche will explain how to design and execute an "incident response plan" in the event of a security breach. Wednesday April 25, 10.30am - 12.30pm The Cyberwar Game! IT security personnel are put directly into a "cyber-disaster" where they have to figure out the best course of action. As the "cyber-war game" unfolds, things just get worse and worse. Winn Schwartau will be the Maestro of Cyberwar, leading the audience through the interactive and compelling game. Wednesday April 25, 2.00pm - 4.30pm Real-World Computer Crime Arthur Andersen will host a half-day theatre session which will be based on real-world and dramatic computer crime. The scene will be set with a session on "What have the good guys been up to?" and will follow with sessions on Ethical hacking - "What a life, paid to rob banks!", the after effects of crime & results of a cross boarder criminal investigation - "Sex, Lies and CD-Roms", finishing with a session on how to protect yourself - "Hindsight is a wonderful thing". Thursday April 26, 10.30am - 12.00pm Big Brother - Alive & Kicking Data privacy, human rights and electronic communications - are you staying on the right side of the law? An in-depth look at current and forthcoming legislation and how it will affect the way companies do business. This session will be chaired by Karl Schneider, editor of Computer Weekly, and featuring Nigel Hickson, Head of E-business for the CBI, David Marsh from Wragge & Co, Richard Riley from the Home Office, and David Smith from the Information Commission. Thursday April 26, 1.30pm - 3.00pm Industrial Espionage and Information Warfare What happens when your company is a commercial target and your competitors and enemies want to systematically destroy your company. Who's going to protect you - the police, the military? Or are you out in the cold and on your own? What legal recourse do you have or do you take the law into your own hands? Featuring Bob Ayers - formerly head of the Information Warfare Programme for the US and now of Para- ProtectEurope will chair a lively debate between representatives from the legal system, private sector, military and police. Visitors can also attend the non-technical, shorter vendor seminars, which are also FREE on a range of topics. See the Infosecurity Europe 2001 website for the seminar details. Over 170 world class leaders in IT security will be exhibiting at Infosecurity Europe 2001 with many choosing the event to unveil exciting new products and solutions including Computer Associates, CESG, Nokia, Network Associates, ActivCard, GemPlus, Schlumberger, Cable & Wireless, GlobalSign, Portcullis Computer Security and Baltimore. For FREE tickets and further information about Infosecurity Europe 2001 visit the web site at http://www.infosec.co.uk or phone the ticket hotline on 44 (0)870 4294406. Infosecurity Europe 2001 is held at the same time as Customer Service & Support 2001 http://www.css.uk.com and Billing Systems 2001 http://www.iir.co.uk/billing Registering in advance for Infosecurity Europe offers you free access to both other events without the need to re-register. PRESS PASSES - A newsletter about product launches at Infosecurity Europe 2001 and a press pass order form will be sent out during the last week of March. For further press information please contact Yvonne Eskenzi on (0)20 8449 8292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Yvonne Eskenzi Eskenzi PR Tel: ++44(0)20 8449 8292 Fax: ++44(0)20 8440 4449 Yvonne@eskenzi.demon.co.uk This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Eskenzi PR in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.