IDG’S New Event Series for Digital Security Strategies

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Where Security and Technology Leaders Share Digital Risk Strategies

As organizations adopt a “digital-first” approach to enterprise IT, the risk landscape and shared responsibilities for security and technology leaders has never been more mission-critical.

To meet their challenges, SecurIT’s one-day event series creates the conversations and networking opportunities to address today’s security and risk challenges. At SecurIT, IT and security executives will discuss holistic and strategic approaches to manage the varied challenges around security and risk. Since it's produced by market leading CSO and CIO media brands, SecurIT will bring together the right people to provide guidance for discussions across organizational silos, partners and corporate objectives. #SecurITIDG

Topics include:

  • Managing Security and Risk for the Digital Enterprise
  • CIOs, CSOs, and How to Collaborate for Security Wins
  • Managing Risk Across the Partner Ecosystem
  • Minimizing Insider Threats and Risks
  • Implementing Zero Trust Approaches
  • Blockchain’s Emerging Role for the Enterprise
  • Adapting to Evolving Regulations
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    “Excellent sessions on the current, most critical issues we all face in cybersecurity, with great audience participation and questions.”

    SecurIT attendee, Washington, D.C.

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    SecurIT is where IT and security executives and managers learn about technologies and strategies to protect the modern enterprise – all in a networking-rich environment. Sponsors choose from various levels of sponsorship designed to initiate and build deeper customer relationships with SecurIT’s audience of qualified IT security buyers.

    Contact: Adam Dennison, SVP/Publisher, 508-935-4087

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    Our audience consistently rates peer-to-peer networking opportunities as one of the top reasons they attend an IDG event. To that end, attendees must be a senior IT/security executive, director or manager or line of business executive involved in the purchase of IT/security products and services to qualify. Analysts, venture capitalists, sales and consulting positions from non-sponsoring vendor companies do not qualify for attendance. 

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