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InfoSecurity Russia 2016 Keynote Theatre: Standardizing Incident Response

InfoSecurity Russia 2016 Keynote Theatre: Standardizing Incident Response

InfoSecurity Russia 2016 Keynote Theatre Standardizing Incident Response

InfoSecurity Russia Team is delighted to announce this year-s keynote speakers!

Among the Best Inspirational Keynote Speakers:

Dario Forte, CEO at DFLabs

"Standardizing Incident Response: State of the art"

The speech will cover the recent progress made by ISO - International Standard Organization - in the field of Incident Response and Digital Investigation standards. 

In the past 36 months 5 standards have been published, with the purpose of providing practitioners and evaluator a series of tools - based upon consensus - able to support Cyber Security Operations and Investigations. The speaker, who is one of the Co-Editors of those standards, will give an overview on the entire spectrum, along with some insights on how to implement them within any size of organization.

There’s still time to contribute. We would love to hear from senior information security professionals who are willing to share their experience on the Keynote Stage.

Submit Your Proposal to speak at InfoSecurity Russia 2016.

The InfoSecurity Russia 2016 Conference opens its doors on Tuesday 20th September 2016 and will also provide the opportunity to:

  • Earn up to 8 CPE credits per day to uphold your membership with (ISC)?
  • Attend informative sessions featuring industry thought leaders and specialists
  • Download whitepapers, presentations, product information sheets and other data
  • Network with colleagues in a global environment
  • Get access to expertise from some of the industry’s leading end-user practitioners, policy-makers, analysts and thought-leaders

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