Topic(s): Cloud Security
Speaker(s): Gregory Stein - Ulmer & Berne LLP
Sponsored By: Vestige Digital Investigations
Registration link: http://neoissa.org/index.php/upcoming-events/2-march-2014-chapter-meeting/event_registration
Please join us for our March chapter meeting. We are doing a "Lunch-N-Learn" style meeting. So come out, enjoy a free lunch (made possible by our sponsor), and learn something from our speaker. You can read about our sponsors at the end of this message.
Speaker and Presentation Information
Presentation: Sleeping Well with Your Data in the Cloud: The Legal and Security Aspects of Cloud Computing - Is data safe in the cloud? Can problems with a cloud provider derail a business? Learn about how companies need to protect themselves when they move data into the cloud or use other data outsourcing.
Speaker: Gregory Stein - Attorney with Ulmer & Berne LLP - Gregory focuses on technology transactions and data security and privacy. He has negotiated cloud computing agreements on behalf of public and private companies in many industries, including financial services and manufacturing.
About Our Sponsors
Please take a moment to read about all of our sponsors. It is with their help that we can provide these meetings to you, free of charge.
Vestige Digital Investigations (http://www.vestigeltd.com):
We Turn Electronic Evidence into Intelligence™ by understanding and interpreting data and all its unique organizational influences. We provide more practical and effective solutions to understand, interpret, protect and preserve data by leveraging an essential combination of IT, computer forensics, legal process and private investigative expertise – unique in the market today. This holistic application enables us to better reduce risks to data, through 360 view audits and consulting, and event impact to data through investigative and digital forensic response.
Our Other Current Sponsors:
Information Security Summit: http://www.informationsecuritysummit.org - Gold Sponsor
Cadre: http://cadre.net - Silver Sponsor