My RSA 2010 Peer-2-Peer Session – Risk Management: Getting Engaged

by kriggins on December 10, 2009

in Announcement, Conferences, Risk Management

I am very pleased to announce that my Peer2Peer session submission for RSA 2010 was accepted.

Here is the definition of a Peer2Peer session from RSA in case you are not familiar with them:

Have a security issue you would like to discuss with your peers? Want to share your experiences with a new technology? Care to explore best practices with colleagues? Then submit a P2P session!

Peer2Peer sessions are limited to 25 people who share a common interest and want to discuss or learn more about a particular security issue. The sessions are interactive and moderated by someone who knows the subject at hand and also can keep the conversation flowing. No PowerPoint allowed!

The first Yay! is that you won't be subjected to a PowerPoint; the second is that you will get to help shape the conversation and learn from your peers.

The title of my session is Risk Management: Getting Engaged.

Before we can effectively practice risk management in our organizations, a number of things have to happen. One of the key things that must occur is getting our business partners to engage with us. In this Peer2Peer session we will explore different ways to capture our business partners attention so that we can effectively and efficiently provide the risk management activities that help our organizations make appropriate risk based decisions.

Here are the details:

Session Track: Peer2Peer
Session Code: P2P-203B
Scheduled Date: 3/3/2010
Scheduled Time: 10:40 AM - 11:30 AM
P2P Session Title: Risk Management: Getting Engaged

I hope to see you there!

-Kevin

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