by Jeannette McGillicuddy
The Security, Risks, and Vulnerability track has the hottest topics! Security is on everyone’s minds these days. In selecting the content for this track, I sought sessions that would address a broad range of topics, from the theoretical to the practical.
Service Desks and Frameworks
Service desks tend to be forgotten when security and risks are considered, and they aren’t always included in security discussions. Imagine if the service desk was actively engaged in the battle to secure the company’s data? Ready to learn more about what your service desk can do? Attend this session to find out.
“Security alone isn’t enough,” and fortunately, many frameworks and standards can be combined to take full advantage of their best features. RESILIA is one such framework that facilitates the integration of existing frameworks and standards using a top-down approach.
Change and capacity management are also deeply died to security and risk. Find out what the Kroger Company had to do to control risks for their IT changes and leave with a risk calculator. Then, learn more about risk-based capacity planning. By collecting data and aligning it with patterns of business activity, you can make risk-based proactive capacity decisions. Both of these sessions are thought-provoking and will provide some great takeaways for those who attend!
Privacy is a hot topic in healthcare. We use our providers’ websites to interact with medical professionals and maintain our personal data, but how does that technology address and protect our personal and health information? If you’re concerned about your health data, this is the session to attend!
Information security is a hot-button topic across the industry. Threat management and cyber-security requires the support of senior management, but it also requires a multifaceted approach, incorporating cyber-resilience, project management, organizational change, and service management.
This is just a sneak peek at the great sessions in this track. I look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
Jeannette McGillicuddy is the track chair for the Security, Risks, and Vulnerability track at the FUSION 16 conference.