Secure 3rd Party Collaboration… Cloud and Beyond
October 6th & 7th, 2021
50% of the organizations have experienced a data breach caused by third parties that led to the misuse of sensitive or confidential information (Ponemon)
65% have not even identified the third parties with access to the most sensitive data (SecurityMagazine)
24% of enterprises experienced a data breach because of a cyberattack incurred by a supplier (Kaspersky)
These statistics prove, once again, that the weakest link in the chain is the extended value chain around the enterprise.
Critical data like Intellectual Property (IP), PII, audit, and financial data are the crown jewels of an organization and are most susceptible to a data breach. Enterprise security teams lack control and visibility into the level of access to sensitive information for external users.
So, how do you ensure that your sensitive data stays protected throughout the third-party collaboration cycle and beyond?
Join this Summit to learn more about:
• Current challenges when it comes to sharing data externally with third parties
• Why data security is critical for external collaboration
• How enterprises are strengthening their security postures across Cloud and third-party systems
Day 1 – October 6th, 2021
Day 1 at SecurityNow 2021 is packed with customer insights. Todd from American Express kicks things off with insights on how data centric security is changing the banking industry. This is followed by the Seclore chefs giving a peek into what’s cooking and a host of Seclore customers sharing their Secloring stories. And since we know you are short of time, we have packed all of this in a power packed 2 hour session. If data centric security is on your mind, you don’t want to miss this session.
Day 2 – October 7th, 2021
Day 2 at SecurityNow focusses on some crystal gazing. A panel of industry experts discuss what secure third party collaboration looks like for highly regulated industries. This is followed by a fireside chat with Hamed from PIF, the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world. Security entrepreneurs then discuss how security investments for enterprises are moving away from network and devices to the real asset i.e. data. If you want to be future ready, you don’t want to miss this session.
Vice President Information Security
Senior Director, Product Management
VP, Head of IT Network and Security
Public Investment Fund
Director of Identity and Access Management
Senior Manager Data Protection and Investigations
Vice President of Engineering
Managing Director (Europe)
Port of Long Beach
Director, Data Protection
Archer Daniels Midland
President & CCO
CFO / CCO
Kettle Hill Capital Management