BSI’s second annual CIO Summit brings cyber security experts Dr. Ron Ross and Adam Sedgewick from NIST, Microsoft’s Gregg Brown, CSA’s Jim Reavis and the Broadcasting Board’s Ashley Moore together to discuss effective ways to hardens data security. The Summit, focusing on Smart Cities initiatives, Safe Cloud environments and fortified Cyber Security will be held April 19, 2016 at the Ballston Marriot Residence Inn.
Cyber security has become the single greatest concern of the decade, threatening the livelihood of individuals, the stability of markets and the integrity of government agencies. With legislation pending in Europe to drastically intensify data protection rules and the potential for enormous fines for noncompliance, companies and governments are scrambling for solutions.
BSI, the pioneer of the first standard for Information Security Management Systems, is bringing together the leading voices from across the US, to discuss strategies to address the most pressing challenges of effective cyber security.
Registration is open; seats are limited to ensure an open discussion. To learn more, visit BSI’s website at www.bsiamerica.com/events.
BSI (British Standards Institution) is the business standards company that equips businesses with the necessary solutions to turn standards of best practice into habits of excellence. Formed in 1901, BSI was the world’s first National Standards Body and a founding member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Over a century later it continues to facilitate business improvement across the globe by helping its clients drive performance, manage risk and grow sustainably through the adoption of international management systems standards, many of which BSI originated. Renowned for its marks of excellence including the consumer recognized BSI Kitemark™, BSI’s influence spans multiple domains including Aerospace, Automotive, Food, Healthcare and IT. With over 80,000 clients in 172 countries, BSI is an organization whose standards inspire excellence across the globe.