IT Security: The Next Decade
InformationWeek’s Dark Reading and Black Hat come together for their first-ever virtual event, exploring the most dangerous threats of the next ten years – and what you can do today to protect your enterprise from them.
As we come to the end of the first decade in the new millennium, the IT industry faces some of the greatest security challenges in its history. In fact, 2009 saw more breaches, more malware, and more zero-day exploits than any year before.
At that rate, what will security be like ten years from now? What threats and challenges will the new decade bring?
If questions like this make you feel like your head is about to explode, don't worry – there is a way to get some perspective on the future – by attending "IT Security: The Next Decade," a first-ever virtual event that combines the in-depth expertise of three of the industry's best-known security resources: Black Hat, InformationWeek, and Dark Reading. This event offers nearly all of the same features as a live trade show, including an exhibit floor, chat areas, and a full slate of expert panel sessions and presentations, featuring some of the industry's top researchers and specialists in the areas of security threats and technology research and development. This all-day event will give you an opportunity to hear about the long-term future of security technology, attack methods, and cybercrime. You'll also get some advice on what you can do today to prepare your security environment for the challenges raised by new applications, technologies, and computing paradigms.
While today's threats may seem to be unending, the key to building a strong, long-term defense strategy is understanding the future of the security environment – and developing a plan for protecting your enterprise from tomorrow's threats. With this reality in mind, can you afford *not* to attend this important virtual event? Come for the full day, drop in on a session, or even plan to attend the recorded sessions at a later date – but be there!