ISSSP Security Seminar

Information Systems Security is everyone’s concern … and especially yours!

 

But how do you make sure that all parties concerned in your company are aware of and alert to the threats and risks that your files, systems and even your business are subjected to? Only if you take the time to know, can you make the right security decisions for your company or institution.

 

The ISSSP series of seminars and lectures on information systems security is precisely designed to make you understand the threats to your system so you can take the necessary precautionary and preventive actions.

 

Join us in our March offering on:

Information Security: is Everyone’s Business

A seminar series on What everyone should know about securing their information systems for business continuity. Venue:Dasmariñas Room, Hotel Intercontinental, Makati City on April 26, 2006 (1:00 pm 5:00 pm), Fee: P900.00 (regular rate) P600 for government and ISSSP members 

Send one or two of your IT staff, or your systems auditor to this first of a series of security seminars. It will be worth the investment in your people’s time to learn not just the latest threats but also to understand the need for a national ef fort in ensuring that our companies are safe and secured in and out of cyberspace.

 

Save your business now… before it’s too late. Secure I.T. Now!

 

 

Sgd.

Samuel Mallare

Chair, Continuing Education Program

 

 

 

 

 

Information Security: is Everyone’s Business

April 26, 2006, Wednesday, 1:00 5:00 p.m.Dasmariñas Room, Hotel Intercontinental, Makati City

 

TIME

ACTIVITIES

1:00 – 1:30pm

Registration

1:30 – 2:30

Being Big Brother: Keeping an Eye on your Employees

Tools and Tips on how to monitor employee network activities, enforce policies, maximize productivity and improve on your information systems security.

 

Speaker: Tito Basa

Information Security Officer

BancNet

 

2:30 – 3:30

Securing WiFi Networks

Is there a WiFi in your network? Are WiFi networks more secure than a wired environment? How do you make sure it is? And more so, since your system is open to all types of rogues and rovers in the WiFi planet.

 

Speaker: Samuel Mallare

Department Head, Systems Administration Office De La Salle University

 

3:30 – 3:45

BREAK

 

3:45 – 4:45

Managing IT Risk

Most executives today are familiar with IT. But not with the accompanying threats and danger to the business that it brings. With the widespread influence of IT in practically all aspects of the business, the risk of an IT breach has suddenly become a risk to the total business as well.

 

Speaker: Aris Coronel

Consultant

Computer Associates

 

4:45 – 5:00

Open Forum and consultations

 

Sponsored by Computer Associates

Official AV Provider Microdata

 

For Reservation/Inquiry:

Please call ISSSP secretariat at telefax 433-8508 or

text (0920) 2413954 or (0922) 6687283

look for Ellen/Rhea.

 

 

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