21st Century InfoSec Management and Beyond
Mar 10, 2000
AbstractThe world has changed and continues to change at an exponential rate. This is having a major impact on the effective means to implement information security. We have to look at some basic often highly regarded principles used successfully and unsuccessfully in executing our profession - and be prepared to throw them away. Ranging from organisation, risk analysis, policy, technology through to the wider issues effecting security, this paper looks at a likely future and presents some of the key changes we need to undertake to ensure security functions at the heart of our businesses and affiliations. The conclusion is that if we don't adapt we, as a profession, will be displaced by the correct action from our businesses.
About the SpeakerPhil Venables has graduate and post-graduate qualifications in Computer Science and Cryptography from York University and The Queen\'s College, Oxford, and is a Chartered Engineer. Phil has worked in Information Technology in a number of sectors for over 15 years including the petrochemical industry, defence and finance. In the past 10 years Phil has held senior technical and management positions in Information Security and Technology Risk Management with National Westminster Bank, Barclays Bank and Standard Chartered Bank. Phil is currently Chief Information Security Officer for Deutsche Bank AG, one of the world\'s largest financial institutions.
His areas of technical speciality include Public Key Infrastructure, Secure Electronic Commerce and Commercial Network Security. His business focus is primarily the maintenance of commercially oriented information security and safeguard management programmes for global financial institutions, and how this can be integrated with the other critical aspects of business process management.
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