October 9, 2012

  • KEY-100 - Intelligence-Driven Security: The New Model

    • 10.00 hrs | King's Suite A (West Wing)

    Does anyone believe that perimeter defenses are enough to protect businesses today? With massive amounts of digital information, Bring Your Own Device, Cloud, Big Data and more, our perimeter is more…

    Arthur W. Coviello Jr. - Executive Chairman (retired), RSA, The Security Division of EMC
  • KEY-101 - Intelligence-Driven Security: In Action

    • 10.10 hrs | King's Suite A (West Wing)

    As the cyber threat environment continues to intensify, organisations are looking for new ways to protect their critical business systems and information. Tom Heiser will talk about why an…

    Thomas P. Heiser - President, RSA, The Security Division of EMC
  • KEY-102 - The Art of Cyber War: Know Thy Enemy, Know Thyself

    • 10.40 hrs | King's Suite A (West Wing)

    With new weapons, new business models and new actors, cybercriminals continue to intensify their attacks against organisations of all sizes. How do we win in a world where they only have to be right…

    Francis deSouza - President, Products and Services, Symantec
  • KEY-103 - Risks and Rewards in Cloud Adoption

    • 11.10 hrs | King's Suite A (West Wing)

    Computing has changed. Society and computing are fully intertwined, making cyber threats and security a societal concern. With determined and persistent adversaries active on a global basis, the…

    Adrienne Hall - General Manager, Trustworthy Computing Security, Microsoft Corporation
  • KEY-104 - Securing the Human: Our Industry’s Greatest Challenge

    • 11.40 hrs | King's Suite A (West Wing)

    Sophisticated adversaries are shifting from exploiting technical vulnerabilities to exploiting bad choices made by trusting employees. Security now rests precariously on the ability of people to make…

    Dr. Hugh Thompson - RSA Conference Program Chair, RSA Conference

October 10, 2012

October 11, 2012

  • KEY-310 - Democracy and the Internet

    • 15.40 hrs | King's Suite A (West Wing)

    Freedom of speech and the distribution of knowledge is the foundation of Wikipedia. Mr. Wales predicts that the Internet will democratize developing countries by making the world ‘flat,’ opening…

    Jimmy Wales - Founder, Wikipedia

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