IDC Security Forum From Secure to Trusted - A Journey to DX Leadership

DIGITAL Event | May 26, 2021

Overview

This new decade has already provided many lessons. One is that the mantra “never let a good crisis go to waste” could have been written for the cybercriminal fraternity.

Another is that the concept of digital trust is rapidly becoming a business imperative in the digital era.

At the heart of this all, as always, is security: the critical barrier between data integrity and compromise; and a fundamental building block for digital trust.

But trust encompasses so much more.

  • From privacy and compliance to sustainability
  • From ecommerce to trusted ecosystems and
  • From ethics and transparency to brand reputation and loyalty

Engendering digital trust is a business imperative, but it requires leadership and governance from board level to ensure that it becomes part of the very fabric of the business.​

Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
9:30

Networking

10:00

Opening remarks

Nevena Conić

Regional Manager Adriatic
10:10

From Secure to Trusted: A Journey to Digital Leadership

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

The past year has been characterized by dramatic transformation and a shift of engagement models from physical to digital. Relationships in the digital sphere need to be underpinned by trust – which can take a long time to accrue yet be easily lost. What drives trust between an organization and its employees, its partners, and its customers? Security is a core pillar, aligned with risk. Privacy and compliance are also of paramount importance. But ethics and sustainability or corporate social responsibility are also on the radar. To become a trusted digital business requires focus on multiple disciplines; however, without trust those fundamental business relationships will not thrive.

10:25

Presentation by Kaspersky

Srđan Gligorić

Enterprise Accounts Manager for Balkans, Kaspersky
10:35

Who is your security ambassador?

Ivan Dragas

Group Information Security Officer, SR Technics Group

Dušan Raičević

Research Analyst, IDC
10:50

Q&A Session

10:55

Presentation by Sky Express

11:05

Next role for CSO – Chief Trust Officer

Ivana Werft

CSO/Head of Corporate Security at Hrvatski Telekom
11:25

Combined Forces for Active Directory Security (Secure Privileged Account Management Expanded with User Lifecyle Management)

Dan Conrad

CISSP, CEH, IAM Strategist at Quest/One Identity
11:35

Panel Discussion: Security 2021 – Next Gen Tech

Andro Galinović

Chief Information Security Officer, Infobip

Nebojša Varoščić

Group IT Security Director, NLB d.d.

Dražen Pranić

CISO, Atlantic Grupa
11:55

Q&A Session

12:00

Presentation by Guest Speaker

12:15

Panel Discussion: Skills shortage in cyber security

Zlatan Morić

Head of Cyber Security Department at Algebra University College

Stjepan Groš

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb
12:50

Closing Remarks & Networking

Key topics

 

Security Operational Excellence

Enterprises need to build "security by design" into company culture and outsource to fill any gaps around scale and capability.

 

Risk Management

A risk-driven security strategy will have greater impact and justify security investment.

 

Building Resilience

A resilient infrastructure is crucial for maintaining operations despite attacks or outages, thus minimizing risk and losses.

Predictions

  • By 2022, budgets for modern software-defined secure access solutions will quadruple as flaws in legacy VPN remote access solutions are illuminated by the massive work-from-home migration.
  • By 2023, to reduce security complexity faced by limited staff, 55% of enterprise security investments will be on unified ecosystem and platform frameworks.
  • By 2025, 80% of chief trust officers will demand vendors to incorporate security and risk capabilities to measure corporate trust including vendor relationships and employee reputation.
  • By 2021, 40% of organizations will leverage employee productivity software to monitor and improve the digital workflows of their full-time, work-from-home employees.
  • By 2023, 42% of organizations will be held to regulatory certification that their AI- and ML-based algorithmic systems are ethical (free of bias and discrimination) and transparent.
  • By 2023, 35% of the largest organizations must demonstrate social responsibility initiatives through internal structures and processes and publicly reporting the results in financial statements.

Partners

Platinum Partner
Platinum Partner
Special Partner
Gold Partner
Gold Partner

Become a Partner

Contact Us

Irina Pokrajac

Senior Conference Specialist

+381 63 520 251

Nevena Conic

Regional Manager, Adriatics

+381 63 173 25 76

About IDC

57 Years | 1100 Analysts | 110 Countries

International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. With more than 1,100 analysts worldwide, IDC offers global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries. IDC's analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives. Founded in 1964, IDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), the world's leading media, data and marketing services company. To learn more about IDC, please visit www.idc.com.