In June we announced our first global user conference – Ignite. We told you that the conference would be all about customer collaboration. Now it’s time to tell you more about some of your security peers that you’ll be able to meet, collaborate with and learn from at Ignite 2012.
We are shaping our on-stage agenda with contributions from security professionals from some of the most advanced enterprises around the globe, including:
Paul Carugati of Motorola Solutions has developed some of the more highly refined user-based application policies that we’ve seen. He commented onstage at the RSA Conference 2012 that, “We actually meet on a monthly basis and review the visibility aspects of our applications, and not just the applications themselves, but the categories – whether social media or otherwise. Understanding what the most heavily used apps are and then taking the different information, drilling down and getting to know how and why those applications are being used and why it’s important for business for those applications to be used.”
Mark Starry of Capital Regional Healthcare will share how he’s completely revamped how he manages security at his hospital over the last three years while also maintaining HIPAA and PCI compliance regulations.
Phil Cummings of Health Information Technology Services of Nova Scotia spoke at the recent Gartner Security Summit about what he’s learned as an early WildFire user. He’ll share his own modern malware research and findings at Ignite.
Remember, Ignite is intended to be your conference. We’re just providing a forum for exchanging ideas with, and learning from, your peers.