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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; but it relies on security-first culture.

Trust implies synergy between technology, people, and processes. Moreover, it also includes sustainability considerations, ecosystems, employee and customer experience, and ethics.

Overview
What makes you trust a business partner? In the world of Increasing globalization, digital ecosystems, and digital-first strategies, more organizations seek to leverage more partners and suppliers to grow their business, which might increase their exposure to supply chain risk.
This will bring multiple consequences in areas such as audits, tools, certifications, cyber-insurance, and validation. Building security-first culture is the answer, but not an easy task.
Why Attend?
At the IDC Future of Trust Forum, we will discuss how organizations can build trust. Our IDC Research Director, Joel Stradling, will provide 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.

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

Agenda

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Tuesday March 14, 2023
9:00

IDC Welcome Address & Instructions

9:05

IDC Keynote: Building Data Protection, Privacy and Identity into Your Digital Business

9:20

Identity and access management priorities and navigating identity governance and administration

9:30

Securing data, identities and applications in a hybrid, multicloud world

9:40

Zero Trust Strategies for Secure Application Access

9:50

Protecting Critical Data Across Hybrid Environments

10:00

Coffee Break

10:10

Third party risk management: best practices to reducing risk of supply chain threats

10:20

Privacy and security implications of the remote and hybrid workplace

10:30

Engendering trust through risk management and building digital resilience

10:40

Case Keynote: How to address supply chain risk by driving greater resilience and trust across their supplier ecosystems

11:00

Fire-side chat: The key attributes to building a successful zero trust strategy

11:07

Fire-side chat: Sustainability: A New Driver for Digital Spending

11:15

Case Keynote: Cyber-Resilience Is Critical to Resolving the Crisis of Trust

11:30

The impact of data protection and privacy law – what to expect and how to adapt

11:40

Why Does Digital Sovereignty Matter in Cloud Buying Decisions?

11:55

Final remarks followed by networking

Speakers

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Camilla Hove Toft

Conference Director

Peer Jensen

Senior Sales Director, IDC Northern Europe Region, IDC Nordic

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