IDC Security Roadshow From Secure to Trusted: A Journey to Digital Leadership

DIGITAL Event | April 22, 2021


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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 all this, 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.

Join us on April 22 from 9:30 to 14:00 to discuss the following:

  • Information management, privacy, and compliance
  • Cloud security
  • Security and threat management
  • Future of threat life-cycle management
  • Automation to overcome cybersecurity challenges
  • Network and security convergence, with a slice of cloud management
  • People-centric DLP
  • When in doubt, outsource: why MSS is the answer


General Information


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April 22, 2021


09:30 - 14:00 GMT



Time Event & Speakers

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Chair’s Opening Remarks

Dan Timberlake

Group Vice President & Country Manager, IDC UK

IDC Keynote: From Secure to Trusted: A Journey to Digital Leadership

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

Platinum Keynote: CISOs, Complexity, Containment (and other C-words)

Thom Langford

Security Advocate, SentinelOne

The traditional paradigm of investing in protection of known threats alone has been declining over recent years, as attackers become more adaptable and capable. Combine this with increased threats and attacker ingenuity it is small wonder that a CISO’s role has become more complex. This leads to the inevitability of a security incident where the complex environments and inventive attacks collide. It’s time to embrace a new paradigm to reduce complexity, bad-actor dwell time and time to recovery.

This presentation looks at three fundamentals:

● Why traditional protective approaches are no longer effective enough

● How complexity has made the CISO’s ability to respond more difficult

● The importance of automation in the response process to address this paradigm shift CISOs now face



Platinum Keynote: People-Centric DLP to Mitigate User Risk

Reserved for Cloudhealth by VMware


Case Study Fireside Chat: Customer, Partner and IDC Analyst

Reserved for OneTrust


IDC CONNECT ¦ One to One Meeting With Delegates


Platinum Keynote: Compliance is the Bare Minimum: Imperatives for Building Digital Trust

Reserved for HP


End User Keynote: Next step for the CISO: Chief Trust Officer?


Platinum Keynote: Bringing Cryptographic Capabilities to Hybrid/Multi-Cloud Environments

Reserved for AMD


Case Study Fireside Chat: Customer, Partner and IDC Analyst


IDC CONNECT ¦ One to One Meeting With Delegates


Tech Talk 1

Reserved for Darktrace


TechTalk 2


TechTalk 3


Case Study Fireside Chat: Customer, Partner and IDC Analyst


IDC Key Takeaways and Future Predictions

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA

Romain Fouchereau

Research Manager, IDC

Claudio Stahnke

Senior Research Analyst, European Security Services, IDC UK

Ralf Helkenberg

Research Manager, European Privacy & Data Security, Research Manager - Privacy & Data Security, IDC UK

End of Digital Forum ¦ One to One Meeting With Delegates


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Hannah Dowie

Event Producer - Conferences, IDC UK


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Senior Business Development Director, European Event Sales, IDC UK

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