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IDC Security Conference 360 degree Security for Real Commercial Impact

In-Person Event | Helsinki | September 20, 2022

Overview

There are three main themes that businesses are looking at with care and attention: Trust, Resiliency and Data sovereignty.

  • Trust has become a key aspect for businesses to measure and part of this involved security and privacy. The role of the CISO has evolved to becoming the Guardian of a Company's Trust metric.
  • Resiliency is a vital component for being able to withstand disruption, which comes from all directions (pandemic, supply shortage, inflation, extreme weather, massive scale cyber attacks).
  • Data sovereignty is important especially here in Europe with local and EU regulations, and there is an evolving discussion around digital sovereignty.

These three themes impact vendor security portfolio and approaches having a material impact on the commercial and structural evolution of platforms, products, and services - with for example Security-as-a-Service.

360-degree security has become a necessity with multi-layered approached offering the best protection. In terms of specific aeras, IDC identifies Identity, Managed Security Services, OT/IT convergence, Security-as-a-Service, Zero Trust, and Cloud security as key pillars underpinning a comprehensive strategy.

There is also growing attention to measuring and reducing risk and creating trustworthiness measurements for supply chains partners and third parties. We expect new European legislation around third-party security and risk auditing.

Join & be inspired! 

Join IDC's IT Security conference to deep dive into these areas with a broad section of industry thought leadership sharing and networking opportunities.

The conference will be held in Helsinki on the 20th of September 2022, bringing together security leaders to:

  • Share experiences
  • Learn new techniques
  • Upgrade their strategies to exploit the latest innovative and advanced security techniques 
  • Mindset change to help raise levels of resilience and digital trust

Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
8:30

Registration & breakfast

9:00

Welcome by IDC

Jenni Palokas

Senior Event Specialist, IDC
9:05

IDC keynote: 360 degree Security for Real Commercial Impact [ENG]

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

IDC’s keynote will provide insights into the top trends in IT Security and share findings from our latest research.

Three main areas are currently demanding businesses attention: Resilience, Trust, and Data Sovereignty. These impact business strategy, in turn driving security vendors to develop their portfolios portfolio and delivery models, with material impact on the commercial and structural evolution of platforms, products, and services – such as with Security-as-a-Service.

We see that 360-degree security has become a necessity with a multi-layered approach offering the best protection. IDC identifies Detection and Response, Identity, Managed Security Services, IT/OT convergence, Security-as-a-Service, Zero Trust, and Cloud security as key pillars underpinning a comprehensive strategy. Finally, there is growing attention to managing risk and implementing trust frameworks for supply chain partners and third parties.

 

 

9:35

Mind the Gap – Why Second-Best Security Will Get you Breached [ENG]

Moti Sagey

Chief Evangelist, Check Point Software Technologies
10:00

Tuottavuus ja tietoturva modernin työn tekemisen monimuotoisessa maailmassa

Riku Reimaa

Technology Consultant and Evangelist, HP

Työn tekeminen on murroksessa ja lähes jokainen meistä etsii tapoja tehostaa omaa tekemistä. Puheenvuoron aikana esitellään yleisimmät haasteet nykyaikaisen työn tekemisessä ja miten työntekijöiden tuottavuus voidaan turvata modernin työnteon monimuotoisessa maailmassa.

10:25

Coffee break & networking

10:55

The Ugly Truth About Your DevSecOps Guidelines and Security Policies [ENG]

Bruno Amaro Almeida

Head of Technology & Architecture | CTO | Consultant in Cloud, Security and Data, Fortum Corporation

Today everyone understands why cyber security is crucial to any business organization. Yet, most software engineering teams building products and services still struggle to improve their security posture.

Organisations, especially large enterprises, invest large sums in training, creating DevSecOps guidelines that follow industry best practices and applying security policies to the whole organization. However, are those actually applied practice? Are engineering teams adopting security practices?

In this talk, we are going to explore how organisations, especially their SW engineering teams, can truly assess and measure their security posture, making sure that organizational guidelines and policies actually make sense and are followed in practice.

11:20

Tietoturvainfra konesaleissa. Käytännössä. Oikeasti!

Masi Takamäki

Senior Security Architect, Mintly Oy
11:45

Haavoittuvuuksien hallinnan haasteet suurissa ja monimutkaisissa organisaatioissa

Tomas Ström

Senior Cyber Security Officer, CISSP, SOK

Esityksessä käydään läpi haavoittuvuuksien hallinnan haasteita suurissa ja monimutkaisissa organisaatioissa, vertaillaan erilaisia lähestymistapoja menestyksekkääseen haavoittuvuuksien hallintaan ja katselmoidaan tulevaisuuden näkymiä tällä alueella.

12:10

Lunch & networking

13:10

Suojaa tietosi ransomware hyökkäyksiltä

Janne Haatainen

Systems Engineer, Veeam

Ransomware hyökkäykset ovat nykyään yksi suurimmissa riskeistä organisaatioille ja onnistunut hyökkäys voi tulla erittäin kalliiksi kohteeksi joutuneelle. Tässä esityksessä käydään läpi joitain keinoja, joiden avulla voit suojautua hyökkäyksiä vastaan ja näin pyrkiä minimoimaan mahdolliset vaikutukset.

13:35

Five tools all security gurus should be familiar with!

Jani Räty

Senior Information Security Officer, Nordic Investment Bank

There are tested concepts, which survive and provide results across different industries. However, they are often mystified, misunderstood or poorly implemented. Not even invented by IT and not available as products!

In this presentation, Jani shares his insight for quality management tools and concepts which are not often recognized or used within IT / Security and shares the benefits their use would have to an organization. 

After the presentation, you have either wasted the 25 mins of your life or been inspired to try something out!

14:00

Coffee break & networking

14:30

IDC Security panel-discussion

Jani Räty

Senior Information Security Officer, Nordic Investment Bank

Bruno Amaro Almeida

Head of Technology & Architecture | CTO | Consultant in Cloud, Security and Data, Fortum Corporation

Tomas Ström

Senior Cyber Security Officer, CISSP, SOK

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

We have invited Jani from Nordic Investment Bank, Bruno from Fortum and Tomas from SOK on stage to participate in a panel-discussion with our Research Director, Joel Stradling. 

They will be presented to 3 questions during this 20 minute session and they will share facts, personal experiences, and express opinions.

Look forward to be inspired! 

14:55

Regulatory update and impact from new legislation [FIN]

Leena Kuusniemi

Technology lawyer and MD of ICTLC Finland, ICT Legal Consulting
15:20

Summary & Conclusion

Joel Stradling

Research Director, European Security, IDC

Jenni Palokas

Senior Event Specialist, IDC
15:30

Networking & EXPO

16:00

Thank you for today!

Partners

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