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GRC, IT security and BYOD amongst topics at ZebraCON

Tim Gibbon (Social Media Portal (SMP)) - 27 August 2013

Condition Zebra IT security and risk management conference ZebraCON arrives in Malaysia



GRC focused event ZebraCON arrives in Malaysia sharing how businesses can remain secure from challenges



ZebraCON, the IT security management conference sees presentations from industry specialists in the Malaysian capital.

Organised by risk management company Condition Zebra, the conference is being held at the Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia from 27–29 August 2013.

ZebraCON logo 300by300Entitled ‘Aligning GRC With Business Priorities’, the global three-day conference will see case studies, presentations and workshops keynoted by Drew Williams, president of Condition Zebra, Jim Manico, vice president of architecture at WhiteHat Security and Chris Farrow, head of information security and risk management at Compass International.  In addition informal and professional format, delegates will have the opportunity to access international specialists and to network, forging great relationships from like-minded individuals who are all working to achieve in securing their business operations more effectively.  

From topics ranging from bring your own device (BYOD), governance, risk management and compliance (GRC), PCI compliance, the cloud and more -  ZebraCON offers training to support the expert giving experience from guest speaker
presentations.

Wilson Wong, managing director at Condition Zebra explains why events such as ZebraCON are important to businesses picking out some of the points the conference strives to cover, “Information is the lifeblood of organizations and IT security plays a vital role in protecting the assets. Most data breaches happen within the firewall, and with the growing adoption of mobile computing and rising cyber-crimes, organizations must view IT security risk management as a priority and central strategic business objective.”

“Many organizations are still downplaying the role of IT security in risk management. This can be seen especially with local industry, where corporates today tend to possess the “wait-and-see” attitude and overlook what might strike them. One attack is enough to kill a business. So organizations should take security seriously and understand what are the cost and consequences it may bring for being ignorant,” adds Wong.

Tim Gibbon, cofounder and editor at SMP comments, “In two recent SMP profiled interviews with Conditions Zebra’s Drew Williams and Wilson Wong, we gained more insight on the threats and challenges that businesses face, not only with social media, but a number of different issues.  It was evident that even with the growing impact of global high profile breaches being reported more regularly, businesses can drop the ball when addressing the role that IT security plays in the daily aspects of making operations run effectively throughout their workforce.”  

“Both condition Zebra’s experts shared more about their expectations of the conference, what delegates should be looking forward to and how they can then implement what they learn into their own organisations,” continued Gibbon.

To further understand what Condition Zebra are about, what they do and a taster of what to experience at the conference, see an interview with Condition Zebra’s Drew Williams.





Read the SMP press release about ZebraCON for more background.  Keep up-to-date with everything ZebraCON via Twitter @zebra_con and hashtag #zebracon.  

SMP is a media partner for the conference; contact ZebraCON via its website. Communications consultancy Elemental is the creator of news and information resource SMP.

Elemental and SMP are also co-creators of the Marketers Events Calendar infographic showcasing the wide variety of conferences to attend throughout 2013 which also features UK social media marketing conferences – read more about the #MECinfographic at the Elemental blog.





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