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Managing Risk: Business Resiliency and Security - January 15

   
 

The IBM Leadership Data Centre in Barrie represents the latest deployment of IBM’s best global data centre practices for computing and recovery environments. We invite you to tour this exciting new facility and discover the benefits of IBM’s holistic approach to addressing risk in the areas of security, business resilience and compliance.

Please join an exclusive gathering of Senior Risk, Security and IT Executives to gain valuable insights on managing risk and reducing costs through the adoption of innovative technologies, such as cloud computing and security intelligence.

Registration is now closed.
Barrie, Canada

IBM Canada Leadership Data Centre
505 Bayview Drive
Barrie, Ontario
Canada

Agenda
Time Description
8:30 AM Continental Breakfast & Registration
9:00 AM IBM Canada Leadership Data Centre Overview
Gene Palazzo, Briefing Centre Manager
9:20 AM Delivering Business Resiliency in the Cloud
Explore business continuity and resiliency trends and solutions. Learn how cloud-based resiliency can ensure data availability.
Peter Gladwish, IBM Business Unit Executive, Business Continuity and Resiliency Services
10:00 AM Evolving Security Threats and Countermeasures
Emerging technologies, such as mobility, cloud computing and social media, come with both benefits and risks. Learn about IT security trends, compliance issues, and security intelligence that can help you stay ahead of the threats.
Stewart Cawthray, Chief Security Architect, IBM Global Technology Services
10:45 AM Networking Break
11:00 AM Data Centre & Business Recovery Centre Tours
• See a large scale, flexible infrastructure that allows for continuous availability, capacity planning and energy management.
• Learn about IBM’s modular data centre approach that provides flexible growth in a modular form to avoid disruptions and defer expense
• View our fully equipped business continuity testing and recovery suites
11:45 AM Networking Lunch
12:30 PM Closing Remarks