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Rethinking Security for the Digital Enterprise
The enterprise landscape in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is undergoing a transformation. The changing nature of the customer and greater demands for agility are compelling organizations to become digital enterprises.
A digital enterprise looks at transformations based around operations, leadership, and processes. Companies undergoing this shift need to consider technologies such as mobile, social, cloud ,and Big Data as well as innovation accelerators such as cognitive technology, robotics, and 3D printing. A diverse digital ecosystem also brings security to the forefront as it underpins every operation, process and service within the organization. Organizations will not only have to consider security but also address issues such as trust and privacy.
Countries in the GCC region and around the world are evolving. Specifically, countries in the GCC are looking at initiatives based around becoming “smart,” which is bringing about a need for secure, open platform and assurances from governments that they are dealing with cybersecurity issues. However, budget constraints and concerns around skills add to transformational complexity. Organizations will need to address agility in terms of meeting customers needs and ensuring a seamless and secure.
Agility, the adoption of Internet of things (IoT), open platforms, and software-defined enterprises are the most widely discussed topics in the GCC. While an enterprise can achieve all of these aspects, the lack of a secure ecosystem can hinder an organization in its quest to evolve.
In 2016, IDC is looking at the business challenges that come with transforming into a “digital enterprise” as well as the aspects that need to be considered by IT security decision makers to ensure that they are able to build secure digital enterprises. Join us and hear from security experts and thought leaders on how to manage the ever-evolving complex threat and enterprise ecosystem.
|Time||Event & Speakers|
Registration & Welcome Tea/Coffee
Early Bird Raffle Draw
Securing the Digital World
Senior Research Analyst, Software and IT Services
Automatically Prevent known and unknown Threats
SE Team Leader, Palo Alto Networks
Stay ahead of the advanced threats with 4D security
Head of Security Consultants, Forcepoint
Tea & Coffee Break
Panel Discussion: Building a Digital Organization
IT Manager – Armed Forces Hotel
Raffle & Close Raffle Prize - Win a Smart Tablet
Lunch & Networking
Date and Time
Monday, 30th May 2016
Free of Charge:
* For End Users (not IT +consultant companies)
USD 500 Per Participant.
* For IT vendors, and IT consultant companies
For More Information, contact:
Sughand Tolani - 04 3642189 / 056 4145987 / email@example.com
Forcepoint is transforming cybersecurity by focusing on what matters most: understanding people’s intent as they interact with critical data and intellectual property wherever it resides. Our uncompromising systems enable companies to empower employees with unobstructed access to confidential data while protecting intellectual property and simplifying compliance. Based in Austin, Texas, Forcepoint supports more than 20,000 organizations worldwide.
HEAT Software is a leading provider of cloud service management and unified endpoint management software solutions for organizations of all sizes. With its suite of applications, HEAT Software is the only company in the world that provides service management and unified endpoint management software on premise and in the cloud. HEAT manages millions of service interactions and millions of endpoints every day for thousands of leading organizations across IT, human resources, finance, customer service, and other enterprise functions.
Venue: Grand Hyatt Amman
at Grand Ballroom
Set in the business and diplomatic district of Jabal Amman, this refined hotel in an ivory building is 3 km from the Amman Citadel and the Jordan Archaeological Museum.
Stylish rooms, suites and apartments feature a neutral palette with contemporary decor. Amenities include Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities and minibars; club rooms add breakfast and cocktails.
Dining options include 4 restaurants, including a steakhouse, plus seafood, Italian and Vietnamese fare. There's a lounge, and a terrace bar, as well as a spa and a health center. Indoor and outdoor pools, 10 meeting rooms, a business center and parking are offered.
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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.