Condition Zebra, an established risk management and critical infrastructure security solutions provider from United States, is hosting its inaugural conference on Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) in Malaysia this August.
“ZebraCON is an information exchange platform with an assembly of industry experts to share on strategic solutions and compliance concerns that impact security risk management,” said Wilson Wong, Managing Director of Condition Zebra. “Unlike a conventional conference covered with vendor-centric presentations, the content of our topics is specially designed to bring out a more engaging and interactive session.”
Kicking off in 27th August, more than 400 GRC professionals and corporate leaders around the globe are expected to gather at the Berjaya Times Square Hotel for this 3-day symposium. The speaker line-up includes Drew Williams (President of Condition Zebra), Dennis Moreau (Technology Strategist at RSA Security), and Jim Manico (Vice President Security Architecture of Whitehat Security), just to name a few.
“Protecting the Payloads: Aligning GRC with Business Priorities” is the theme for this event, it illustrates the importance and strategies to adopt a stronger security solutions across the critical infrastructures to secure the organization’s assets from perilous attacks.
According to a study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, 78% of the organizations anticipate increased board and audit committee demands for evidence of effective compliance. To remain competitive, organizations need an effective system to improve overall compliance objectives and simultaneously, have a clear overview on the distributed access control in their business environment to mitigate risks.
“Every organization is facing the growing security threats caused by dubious business practices. Risks are present and unpredictable, doing nothing will only put the organization in rough water and bring huge damage to its assets when the attack strikes,” said Wong.
ZebraCON will feature insightful GRC strategy and implementation guidelines for policy development throughout the event. A series of expert-led trainings are to follow suit, covering the root cause analysis of GRC challenges to cloud computing, business – translated view of the national security policies as well as the legal considerations of infrastructure preparation.
More information about ZebraCON 2013 is available at http://www.zebra-con.com or you may also visit and contact http://cybertimes.in, and http://sedulitygroups.com to register and avail 20% Discount for the conference.