Highlights Include Glimpse Into 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report
February 28, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO – At the RSA Conference this week, Silver Sponsor Verizon Enterprise Solutions is demonstrating its data-centric approach to security, which helps organizations better secure their applications, infrastructure and users – while providing the flexibility and mobility they require.
In addition to exhibiting at the show and offering expert perspective at several panels, Verizon will offer insights into 2011 data-breach trends, based on findings from the Verizon- investigated breaches included in its upcoming 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR).
For the duration of the conference (Feb. 27 – March 2), Verizon and Terremark security experts are available at the Verizon booth (#1129), where they will offer an enterprise cloud demonstration and an overview of the company’s data-centric approach to security. Specifically, the team will showcase how to protect users’ data, applications and infrastructure using Enterprise Identity Services, consulting services and managed security services. Experts from ICSA Labs, Verizon’s independent testing and certification division, will also be in the booth, showcasing the value of product certification.
“Verizon’s data-centric approach to security emphasizes the protection of an organization’s core asset: its confidential data,” said Bart Vansevenant, executive director of global security services for Verizon. “At the RSA Conference, we are demonstrating the myriad ways that organizations can shore up their data and enhance the security of their operations.”
Verizon Security Experts to Demonstrate Thought Leadership
Verizon security experts will participate in the following presentations during the conference:
- Feb. 28: “Give Me My Cloud Back: Panel Discussion of Data Privacy Concerns,” 1:10 p.m., SECT-106. Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, director of global security services, will participate on this panel, which focuses on the risks to cloud data at rest and in transit.
- Feb. 29: “Cloud and Mobility: Securing the Perfect Union,” 5:30 p.m., Briefing Center. Omar Khawaja, principal, global security, will explore the interplay between cloud and mobility, as well as new approaches that help to reduce risk associated with these technologies.
- March 2: “SCADA and ICS Security in a Post-Stuxnet World,” 9 a.m., TECH-401. Senior Risk Management Consultant John Duronio will participate in a panel discussion on why utilities should consider securing both enterprise and ICS (industrial control system) environments.
Verizon is sponsoring the press room for the conference and hosting an invite-only reception for press and analysts on Tuesday (Feb. 28), where Wade Baker, director of risk intelligence, and the Verizon Risk Team will offer a preliminary glimpse into the 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report based on Verizon-investigated data breaches in 2011.
NOTE: During RSA, follow us on Twitter @verizonbusiness, hashtag #VZRSA. Visit us on Facebookfor all the latest show activity, as well as in person at our booth (#1129).
Verizon, through its Terremark subsidiary, helps organizations protect their core asset: data. The company does this through a robust suite of security services—including governance, risk and compliance solutions; identity and access management solutions; investigative response; data protection services; threat management services; and vulnerability management services—delivered in the cloud or on premises. For more information, visit us at www.verizonbusiness.com/product/security. For ongoing security insight and analysis from some of the world’s most distinguished security researchers, read the Verizon Security Blog at securityblog.verizonbusiness.com.
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|Brianna Carroll Boyle|