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Information Security Forum Announces Webinar to Discuss Threat Horizon 2015
Research Finds that the Biggest Risk to Businesses is from Known Threats
By: Information Security Forum
The fact that hacktivism and malicious software have been around for a while does not mean that they are less threatening and we can relax. In fact, it is quite the opposite. Older threats, because they have matured, are more dangerous and pose more risk to organizations than ever. They are more sophisticated and more effective.
This webinar will highlight how organizations can respond to known threats based on current efforts by leading ISF Member organizations around the world. It will provide practical advice for organizations to take a forward-looking view of the increasing threats in today’s always-on, interconnected world which in turn enables a better prepared, strategic approach to managing and mitigating risk.
Please register via this link (https://www2.gotomeeting.com/
· Steve Durbin, Global Vice President, ISF
As the Global Vice President of the ISF, Steve Durbin’s main areas of focus include the emerging security threat landscape, cyber security, Consumerization, outsourced cloud security, third party management and social media across both the corporate and personal environments.
Durbin has considerable experience working in the technology and telecoms markets and was previously senior vice president at Gartner. As global head of Gartner’s consultancy business he developed a range of strategic marketing, business and IT solutions for international investment and entrepreneurial markets. He has served as an executive on the boards of public companies in the UK and Asia in both the technology consultancy services and software applications development sectors.
Durbin has been involved with mergers and acquisitions of fast-growth companies across Europe and the USA, and has also advised a number of NASDAQ and NYSE listed global technology companies. He is currently chairman of the Digiworld Institute senior executive forum in the UK, a think tank comprised of Telecoms, Media and IT leaders and regulators.
About the Information Security Forum
Founded in 1989, the Information Security Forum (ISF) is an independent, not-for-profit association of leading organizations from around the world. It is dedicated to investigating, clarifying and resolving key issues in cyber, information security and risk management and developing best practice methodologies, processes and solutions that meet the business needs of its Members.
ISF Members benefit from harnessing and sharing in-depth knowledge and practical experience drawn from within their organisations and developed through an extensive research and work program. The ISF provides a confidential forum and framework, which ensures that Members adopt leading-edge information security strategies and solutions. And by working together, Members avoid the major expenditure required to reach the same goals on their own.
Further information about ISF research and membership is available from www.securityforum.org