Privacy for Security Geeks & Employing The "Stop Thief!" Strategy – June 25, 2008

Topic: Privacy for Security Geeks
Speaker: Tracy Ann Kosa
Overworked. Underpaid. And now you’re responsible for privacy too. Get under the covers and find out why this job is a lot easier then it sounds. The secret to privacy design: once you’ve done it, you’re done it. This session will provide you with compliance based design requirements, and the teach you how to get there yourself. The legislation hasn’t changed in years, and though the technology evolves, the architecture requirements for compliant privacy design haven’t no matter who your clients are. Do privacy and security make good bedfellows? You bet. And it’s better then doing it alone.

Tracy Ann Kosa has 10 years of privacy experience across Canada. Faculty at international programs on privacy, her latest project was to co-author an ontology in support of creating privacy compliant specifications for software engineers.


Topic: Employing The “Stop Thief!” Strategy
Speaker: David Senf
It’s not just a tongue twister but it’s also the approach to security by Canadian business today. IDC analyst David Senf will share with you survey and interview research from across Canada that will simultaneously entertain, inform and depress (Kleenex is provided free of charge). Benchmark yourself against your Canadian peers on topics from disaster recovery to data loss prevention. See broadly how we’re doing as a nation – and where work needs to be done.
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