Top Five Information Security Webinars of 2011

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2011 has seen many disruptive changes that have revolutionized the way technology is used by both individuals and organizations around the world.

The growing popularity of virtualization and cloud computing, plus mobile devices, have made the IT landscape much faster, more dynamic, and increasingly user friendly.

However, these exciting technologies mean more than greater agility, flexibility and efficiency to security professionals, who are responsible for ensuring these technologies are safe and that end-users are not in danger of data loss, identity theft or credit card scams.

Taking into account ratings, number of views and feedback, here are the top five information security webinars of 2011:

 

Top 10 Mobile Risks

Vladimir Jirasek, Senior Enterprise Security Architect, Nokia, @VJirasek

 

 

Is Your Data Safe in the Cloud?

Eran Feigenbaum, Director of Security, Google Enterprise, @EranFeigenbaum

 

 

Virtualization and Security – Getting a Seat at the Table

Edward Haletky, Managing Director, The Virtualization Practice

 

 

What is APT anyway?

Campbell Murray, Director, TigerScheme Ltd

 

 

Adapt or Die: Threats, Vulnerabilities and Your Networks and Data

Derek E. Brink, Aberdeen Group; Michael Stute, Global DataGuard; Dwayne Melancon, Tripwire; Gary Golomb, RSA NetWitness

 

We are looking forward to the 2012 BrightTALK Summit program, when we will have even more unique and valuable webinars, recorded by world class thought leaders, updating us on the latest IT risks.

Thanks to thousands of top IT security professionals who have shared their expertise at summits – your effort is truly appreciated by your audience as well as BrightTALK.

Comments
  • Risk Detective

    This is a great resource. I am particularly interested in seeing what impact all the data going to the cloud will have on information security. It's going to be interesting to watch.

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