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IDC Future of Trust Forum

Building Data Protection, Privacy and Identity into Your Digital Business

Trust is more than just security; it implies synergy between technology, people, and processes to be able to build cyber-resilience.

The evolution of the market and solutions around cyber security is advancing at great speed. The effects of the pandemic, added to the problems in the supply chain, inflation, and the instability of the current environment, promote a transformation that prepares and allows organizations to respond to the challenge of cyber resilience.
Overview
Protecting business assets, from potential breaches and attacks by cybercriminals, is a primary requirement to build trust and support the complex process of complying with new and emerging digital sovereignty rules.

The massive movement to the cloud, the adoption of new technologies and the virtualization of ICT operations, all represent significant opportunities for transformation, but at the same time, they can carry greater risk, greater complexity, and the expansion of the area of possible attacks.

Increasing globalization, digital ecosystems, and digital-first strategies also mean more organizations seek to leverage more partners to grow their business. In this context, organizations must figure out how to mitigate their exposure to supply chain risk and vulnerabilities that might proliferate throughout ecosystems. This will bring multiple consequences in terms of factors such as audits, certifications, cyber-insurance, and validation.

Beyond zero trust approaches, cyber-resilience — the ability of an organization to anticipate, withstand, recover from, and adapt to any threats to its resources — is the new name of the game in not only defending against cyberattacks but also preparing for swift response and recovery when an attack does occur.
Why Attend?
At this digital Future of Trust event, we will address the challenges facing organizations, share insights on the evolution of security and privacy technology, and hear about the priorities and challenges facing cybersecurity leaders in large organizations.

IDC Research Director, Joel Stradling, will deliver the opening keynote, providing more detail about the significant trends, and he will share the latest insights and top trends that are driving change in the security space.

The registration is free of charge, and we are looking forward to seeing you online. If you cannot join us on the 14th of March, you can watch the content later on demand. We will share the recordings with all registrants.

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Agenda

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Tuesday March 14, 2023
8:45

Attendee Login & Networking

9:00

IDC Welcome Address & Instructions

9:05

IDC: Expanding the digital trust horizon

9:25

Delinea: Strategies to Make Zero Trust become Zero Friction

9:40

Apoteket AB: The nature of sharing - what is the pixel up to?

10:05

Globeteam: 5 step stairway to security heaven

10:30

Mastercard: Why is Digital Risk Management crucial for the future of Trust?

10:55

Coffee Break

11:05

IDC: EU Aims to Drive Cybersecurity with Updated NIS Directive – What’s on the Horizon?

11:20

Extenda Retail: Trust in the supply chain; both sides of the story

11:45

IDC & Delinea Fireside Chat: Breaking the Zero-Sum Game: How to Make Zero Trust Work for Your Entire Business

12:00

Final remarks followed by networking

Key topics

These are the main areas we will talk about at IDC Future of Trust Forum

Cybersecurity resilience

Digital trust

Zero trust network access

How to build a Security-first culture

Supply chain risk

Sustainability: A new driver for digital spending

The secure software-defined network edge

AI-driven analytics & security automation

Managed security services

Partners

Diamond Partner

Dinner events

IDC Forums are hybrid and will, on request, be followed by small-scale, personal dinner events, where you can network with Senior Business Decision-makers, IDC Analysts and our sponsor partners. The personal dinner events take place in the following cities: Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Brussels, and Amsterdam.

Joining a dinner event offers an excellent opportunity to meet and connect with other senior business decision-makers and have some great conversations about a specific topic of your professional interest. The event will be facilitated by one of our IDC Research Directors, who will present new IDC data and insights and facilitate the discussion during the evening, typically at a five star restaurant from 17.00-21.30 on a weekday.

If you are interested in being invited to our dinner events, please email IDC Conference Director Camilla Hove Toft at chovetoft@idc.com or Peer Jensen at pjensen@idc.com if you would like to sponsor one of them.

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Camilla Hove Toft

Conference Director, IDC

Peer Jensen

Senior Sales Director, IDC Northern Europe Region, IDC Nordic

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