Information Security Breakfast Briefing

Information Security Breakfast Briefing

Free event on data privacy in the cloud, InfoSec standards and the latest trends and figures of ISO 27001:2013

We are delighted to be running the first information security breakfast briefing meetup event in Dublin Chamber of Commerce on the 23rd July.  It’s been a long time coming but we wanted to get the best speakers possible for the first one.  I will be updating this over the next couple of days with full details of our speakers and topics.

Time & Location:

7.30 am – Dublin Chamber of Commerce, 7 Clare Street, Dublin 2.

SPEAKERS:

Certification Europe – Eoin Hamilton: Introduction to ISO 27001

  • The certification process
  • Trends and growth
  • Case studies

Ward Solutions – Paul Hogan, Director: Data Privacy Concerns and Cloud Computing

  • What is cloud
  • Benefits and risks
  • Legal considerations
  • Data protection in the cloud

Certification Europe – Michael Brophy, CEO: What is Information Security

  • The three pillars of information security
  • How an infosec management system can mitigate risks
  • Case studies and examples

Running Order

7.30am – Networking opportunity in lower floor area.

8.00am – Eoin Hamilton – Intro and ISO 27001

8.10am – Paul Hogan – Data privacy concerns and Cloud computing.

8.30am – Michael Brophy – What is information security? – The three pillars of an ISMS.

8.50am – Q&A

9.00am – Seminar closed

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