DATA AND CLOUD SECURITY FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES FOCUS OF CAMBRIDGE EXECUTIVE FORUM
London, 24 March 2011 IT executives of financial service companies will meet in Cambridge in July in a forum with industry experts to discuss the impact on the adoption of cloud services on security.
More than other enterprises, financial service companies are concerned about the management of risk, sensitive data and privacy issues, and the control and compliance processes in a cloud environment.
Cloud offers computing architectures and innovation potential never before seen in enterprises. Yet adoption of cloud computing by financial services is inhibited by a series of challenges, the most serious of which is the lack of universally recognized methodologies for security from data centre and cloud service providers.
This timely Executive Forum researched and organized by consulting firm BroadGroup, is designed to bring together data centre and cloud security experts with financial service companies to learn, discuss and discover within a focused environment, some of the critical topics involved and understand the way forward.
This Executive forum aims to provide best in class strategies to financial service executives, outsourcers, and IT decision makers in all aspects of evaluating their security concerns in the adoption of cloud services.
This forum is designed to help IT decision makers in financial service companies to navigate the often complex processes they require in the management of risk, sensitive data and privacy issues, and the control and compliance processes in a cloud environment.
A rigorous assessment of the many issues associated with the security performance of financial services companies will elucidate their concerns within a learning environment to provide deeper understanding of the challenges they confront, and offer a range of solutions and forward plan.
Sessions will be led by specialists and professional advisors and the forum will be held in Cambridge 6-8 July 2011.