Monday, May 21, 2012

SecureAsia@Tokyo



 
SecureAsia@Tokyo: Meeting the Challenges of a Dynamic Connected Future
July 17-18, 2012; Hilton Tokyo Japan, Tokyo, Japan
   


Now in its 7th year, (ISC)² SecureAsia is the region’s most influential gathering of information security professionals. SecureAsia@Tokyo will discuss key information security issues that organizations need to address in today’s environment of rapidly changing technology, coupled with the growing sophistication of cyber threats and attacks. Senior information security professionals from government, industry and academia will provide insight into the measures that organizations should take to protect their information assets from both internal and external threats. Join information security experts at SecureAsia@Tokyo and equip yourself with knowledge that you can use in the work place.
Confirmed Speakers Include:   

KoichiroUrabe
Councilor, Cabinet Secretariat
Organization: National Information Security Center (NISC)
 Hord TiptonCISSP-ISSEP, CAP, CISA
Executive Director, (ISC)²
Former CIO, US Department of Interior, U.S.A.
 

Howard A. SchmidtCISSP, CSSLP
Special Assistant to the US President and White House Cybersecurity Coordinator

Prof. Jill Slay (AM), PhD, CISSP, FACS, CP, MIEEEMember, (ISC)² Asian Advisory Board
Dean of Research, Division of IT, Engineering and the Environment, University of Southern Australia
 

Freddy TanCISSP
Chairperson, 
(ISC)² Board of DirectorsCyber Security Strategist, Microsoft Corporation

Join information security experts at SecureAsia@Tokyo and equip yourself with knowledge that you can use in the work place. Secure your seat NOW and enjoy Early Bird Discount by May 31, 2012.

(ISC)² members will earn up to 16 CPE credits; don’t forget to enter your certification number upon registration. 


Please visit SecureAsia@Tokyo for more information.

If you have any enquiries about the conference or sponsorship, please contact us at 
SecureAsia@isc2.org.  
       
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