Running a smarter enterprise and taking advantage of its opportunities, forces companies to reconsider the relationship between business and IT. The challenges and rewards of security in a smarter enterprise are leading companies away from an outdated definition of security that was rooted in silos.
Not so long ago, user management, data security, network security and security policies were each administered separately. Application-level security was hard-coded into – and optimized for – specific applications on an individual basis. IT security was handled separately from physical security. And each one of these silos was typically managed with the help of a different vendor or proprietary solution. The security perspective has changed. Like every other part of IT, security is focused on achieving short-term and long-term business priorities.
Join us for a Secure the Enterprise with Confidence seminar, delivered as a virtual event. Attending an event from your desktop gives you many benefits in addition to saving travel time. Presentations will be delivered by subject matter experts who will share their insight into security and compliance strategies. You’ll learn about tools that can help you bridge the silos in your environment, and come away with new ideas on how to manage risks of mobile and cloud, protect big data, analyze threats and more.
Replay Now Available. This virtual event is designed so that you can participate in all the sessions listed below or only those in which you have a specific interest. Sessions are delivered on demand, and you may attend them in any sequence you prefer:
All sessions will be introduced by Andy Nietupski, IBM Security Systems, Worldwide Sales, IBM Software Group.
Our briefing center will be open 24/7 for you to view sessions at your convenience. If you need advice on any issue you're facing—whether or not it is a session topic—questions can be sent to a product expert via email when you visit the Solution Center. You can also browse the briefing center for additional information that you can collect and reference later.
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