ICT Security Africa Summit 2010
Global Best Practices to Enhance Cyber Security & Protect Critical Information Infrastructures & Assets Across Africa
11th - 14th May 2010, Whitesands Hotel, Mombasa - Kenya
Agenda at a glance
Who should attend
MIS Training Institute is delighted to announce the inaugural ICT Security Africa 2010. Be a part of this internationally established event series which is coming to Africa for the first time. The international speaker panel, made up of information security directors from leading organisations from Africa and the rest of the world, is ready to answer your most pressing questions. Case studies and high profile keynotes will probe the security and audit of Information Communications & Technology. The focus is on your role, the challenges you face, solutions and realities.
Take part in practitioner-led sessions providing pragmatic and cost-effective solutions
ICT Security Africa Summit 2010 offers a curriculum of hard-hitting topics that will help you avoid the dangers facing your systems and information security strategy. Your time and money are precious. MIS' ICT Security Africa Summit 2010 will offer you a carefully orchestrated agenda full of practical advice to navigate the minefields that threaten information security - and ultimately your job. Whether you need to know how to prevent data leakage, the best free tools to conduct an effective ICT audit, the security hazards of cloud computing, or latest privacy laws, this summit will offer you no-nonsense direction and timely insights.
- To arm banks, corporates and governments with the latest proven strategies taken from world-leading practitioners. This will enable you to safeguard the security of computer systems and networks whilst aligning technology security strategies with core business and strategic requirements
- To provide a forum for timely and crucial information sharing and awareness building. Useful for African governments and law enforcement agencies currently setting up or expanding cyber crime units.
- Encourage co-operation and information sharing between business and government departments on information and ICT security, incident response and law enforcement departments
Dedicated discussion time on:
- Integrating information security & ICT into the business & government infrastructure
- Protecting data & intellectual property: creating standards & policies
- Mission-critical security controls to avoid high profile incidents: Incident response, Attack & Defence Tools
- Balancing budget constraints to match economic realities
- Measuring & monitoring ICT controls
- Creating user awareness & dealing with human greed, corruption & error!
- Keeping up with security trends & new cyber security risks
- Meeting regulatory compliance & strengthening information governance
- Attracting & retaining specialist security employees
Keynote Speeches Confirmed By:
Dr. Bitange Ndemo, PhD, CBS, Permanent Secretary, Office of the Permanent Secretary - Ministry of Information and Communications, Republic of Kenya
Hon. Eng. Philip O. Okundi, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK)
Mr. John Sergon, EBS, Ag/ICT Secretary, Directorate of e-Government - Office of the President, Republic of Kenya
Mr. Paul Kukubo, CEO, Kenya ICT Board
International Speaker Panel Including:
Dr. Peter O. Okenyi, Chief Information Security Officer, African Development Bank, Tunisia
Mr. Ray Stanton, Global Head of Business Continuity, Security & Governance Practice, British Telecom, UK
Mr. Jona Owitti, ICT Audit & Governance Consultant; President, ISACA Kenya Chapter; & Former Regional IT Audit Manager - Africa, Middle East and Pakistan Region, Chevron Corporation
Mr. Daniel Gyampo, Head, Group Information Systems Audit - Group Audit and Compliance, Ecobank, Ghana
Dr. Ed Gelbstein, Adjunct Professor, Webster University, Geneva, Former Advisor to the UN Board of Auditors and Former Director, UN International Computing Centre, Switzerland
Mr. Richard Cross, CISO, Toyota Motor Europe, Belgium
Dr. Cheryl Hennell, Head of IT Security and Information Assurance, Openreach, UK
Mr. Dismas O. Ong'ondi, Head of IT, Kenya Pipeline Co. Ltd & ISACA Kenya
Mr. John Pendleton, Group Information Security Manager,
Financial Crime Prevention and Security, Old Mutual plc
Mr. Samuel Gitta, Business Risk Management - Information Systems Security Manager, MTN Uganda
Mr. Tony Crilly, Managing Director, STS Management Limited, UK
Mr. Michael Holstein, Regional Security Manager Sub-Saharan Africa, Nestlé Group Security, Kenya
Mr. Michael Colao, Recently Global CISO & Director Information Management, Dresdner Kleinwort
Mr. John Colley, Managing Director, EMEA, (ISC)2 EMEA
Mr. Kostja Reim, Managing Director & CEO, Security Risk Solutions Ltd, Kenya
Mr. Jason Finlayson, COO, Security Risk Solutions Ltd, Kenya
With threats to the security of your ICT increasing at an alarming rate, ICT Security Africa Summit 2010 is perfectly timed to help you to come together with your peers to combat these threats. You will walk away with cost-effective security strategies that can be implemented straight away. Can you afford to miss this?
The summit is constantly being developed. Contact MIS for more information on the summit and the registration process.