ITWeb's 4th Annual IT Security Summit 2009.

Published Friday, April 24, 2009 -

Set to go this May 26th through 28th in Vodaworld, Midrand South Africa the ITWeb's 4th Annual IT Security Summit 2009. The event is for those assigned to protecting personal or confidential information in an environment of rapidly changing technology. This year's Summit addresses new and continuing threats to information security as well as responses to the increasing risk of security breaches and data leakage, identity theft, cyber warfare and more.

The conference will take place over two and a half days and will provide information security professionals and IT managers with the most up-to-date information, tools, trends, legislation and strategies for addressing information security issues. In addition, providing more choice of presentations, the organizers have introduced a 'turbo' track, featuring 20 minute sessions from key speakers on a variety of topics. The Summit features eight international keynote speakers and more than 40 IT and security professionals, practitioners, industry experts and analysts who will share their experiences of tackling security issues.

With over 500 delegates attending in 2008 this year is sure to surpass last year. Participants took valued information and connections back to their home turf giving them an edge on current problems and solutions in security.Online gambling employs vast numbers of security IT people keeping up with the latest and greatest tech is of vital importance to the internet gaming industry.
The Summit is sponsored by Secure Data, Fujitsu, Blackberry McAfee and a host of other well known secuity companies. On the 27 and 28th of May an opportunity to visit the Information Security Expo is presented. It will feature 35 local and international vendors will be showcasing the full range of information security solutions.
Key note speakers include, Adam Shostack Senior Security Program Manager SDL for Microsoft and Window Snyder Former head of security at Mozilla.

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