22nd International Conference on Information Security
Event submitted on Wednesday, November 25th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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ISMS Forum will celebrate its twenty-second edition of the International Conference on Information Security on November 26 in online mode.
The Conference will be entitled “Shaping a sustainable & disruptive Digital Risk Strategy”, referring to the need to create a true digital strategy that allows generating the stability that the business needs.
Speakers will share how to analyze business models and institutional initiatives, both national and international, such as the European Commission, the European Cyber Defense Agency or the World Economic Forum, aimed at promoting the concept of sustainability in cybersecurity, as a guarantee of maturity around cyber risks and an axis of trust in a plural, prosperous and sustainable digital society.
Attendees will learn first-hand about the upcoming challenges of information security professionals, paying special attention to the concerns of the CISO, the generation of KPIs, the new Cloud environment, the importance of auditing and forensics, OT environments, and the factor human.
In the prism of data protection, main European institutions such as the European Commission, the European Data Protection Agency, and the European Data Protection Supervisory Body, as well as national institutions such as the Spanish Data Protection Agency will be at the event. Together with the vision of the private sector, we will evaluate reference issues such as the new guidelines on Privacy By Default, International Data Transfers, the implementation of ISO 27701, or the management of privacy risks in third parties.
The International Day on Information Security is established as the national private congress of reference for the cybersecurity and data protection sectors. More than 800 information security and data protection professionals meet every year to debate and analyze in successive presentations and debates on the concerns of the sector and the keys to facing the new context, with the presence of recognized experts and authorities, national and international.