The premier gathering of security, risk management and business continuity management leaders, Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2017 delivers the insight you need to guide your organization to a secure digital business future. The comprehensive agenda addresses the latest threats, flexible new security architectures, governance strategies, the chief information security officer role and more. It’s a unique opportunity to reinvent your approach to security and risk for the digital age, based on Gartner’s trusted independent research and practical recommendations.
Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit was designed for individuals in the following roles:
Security & risk management
Business/IT security alignment
IT/OT security integration
Governance and policy setting
Creating a risk-aware culture
CIOs, CSOs, CISOs, CROs, CPOs and their teams
BCM program management
BCM standards and organization
Supplier management/third party risk
Cloud service provider risk
IT-DRM exercise automation
24/7 and continuous application availability
Data replication alternatives and strategies
Business continuity and IT disaster recovery managers
Digital risks in financial services
Operational technology risks
GRC application strategy
Big data litigation and regulatory risks
Governance, risk and compliance consultants
Mobile application & security
Social media & security
Advanced targeted threats
Cloud computing security
Addressing emerging threats
Network security manager, security executives and directors
What You Will Learn
Gain insights to stay ahead of expanding scopes of responsibility & threats
Align security & risk strategies with enterprise objectives
Apply the latest techniques to tackle risks in cloud, OT, IoT and IT
Maximize enterprise ROI by using the latest BCM and enterprise resilience practices
Build a culture that drives security performance through employee engagement
We are preparing our 2017 agenda featuring six comprehensive tracks to cover your security and risk managment key priorites and challenges. See what we covered last year to get an understanding of the breadth of coverage:
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Program: Paving the Way for Algorithmic Business
As businesses go digital, the “control everything” approach won’t work anymore. CISOs must recognize business goals, and assess and communicate risks in business terms. Learn how to cement your role as a business leader, communicator and go-to problem solver.
Security Program: Building Trust and Resilience With Agile Security
Get practical strategies to build a trusted, resilient environment for digital business and agile IT. As new business practices bring new threats, security must evolve — without neglecting legacy infrastructure. Learn how to support the new and improve the old.
TechInsights: Security Architecture Track — Real-World Tactics to Enable Secure Digital Business
Demands on security and risk keep increasing as digital business accelerates and threats evolve. These tactical recommendations help you enable risk-aware, business-outcome-focused architectures and solutions for today’s changing IT and business environments.
Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program: Transitioning From Recovery to Resilience
Anticipate the unexpected and establish a proactive plan for business resilience. This program explores how to articulate the impacts of business disruptions, set stakeholder expectations and define a process for effective recovery and continuity of operations.
Risk Management and Compliance Program: Managing Risk on the Road to Digital
Digital risks are expanding as more data and technologies are woven into the fabric of the business. The evolving compliance and regulatory landscape compounds the complexity of these risks. This program highlights new digital risks and how to mitigate them.
Marketplace for Security Program: Understanding Market Forces, Trends and Disruptors
Designed for security technology providers, investors and media, this program explores the state of the security marketplace and growth opportunities. Learn what defines differentiated, compelling enterprise security products, services and customer interactions.
2017 Hot Topics
Cybersecurity, threat management and context-aware digital trust
Enabling safer cloud computing
Risks and opportunities of smart machines, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and operational technology
Data security and risk governance
Mobile security for digital business
Protecting vital infrastructure
Privacy and data security
Informed risk governance
Adaptive security architecture
People-centric security strategies
Agile strategies to secure digital business
The only event in security worth attending!
Security Governance, Sogei
Optimize Your Attendance
You'll be able to add these Gartner exclusives to your agenda:
Admission to all Keynote sessions
Gartner Analyst One-on-Ones
Analyst User RoundTables
End-User Case Studies
Solution Provider Showcase
Gartner CISO Circle
Gartner CISO Invitational Boardroom Program
Listen to inspirational guest keynote speakers; hear from Gartner-invited end-user case study speakers – real practitioners with real-world knowledge; and learn from Gartner analysts – the foremost experts in their areas of focus.
Featured 2016 Analysts
Vice President and Gartner Fellow
Vice President and Distinguished Analyst
What We Hear About Our Speakers
Gartner put on an excellent keynote, that not only demonstrated the security journey of the past but how we should use those experiences to take a more realistic approach to security today
Senior IAM Technician, Standard Life PLC
Meet the Solution Providers at the Forefront of Security & Risk Management
The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit will help you develop a "short list" of technology and service providers who can meet your particular needs. You'll receive exclusive access to some of the world's leading technology and service providers in a variety of settings.
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