November 27, 2006
Unatek Inc. has announced that marketplace issues will dominate the panel sessions at the World Summit on Intrusion Prevention (WSIP) and Web Services Security Conference (WSSC). WSIP and WSSC are the largest and only dedicated specialty events on Intrusion Prevention and Web Services Security. The announcement also named its executive keynotes for WSIP & WSSC 2007.
WSIP and WSSC are scheduled for May 8-9, 2007 at the Hilton Columbia and Inner Harbor, Maryland.
The topics for WSIP are:
"Are Intrusion Prevention Systems Matured Enough?"
Panelists will include the CEOs and/or CTOs (or their representatives) of all IPS/IDS vendors and will be moderated by Marcus Ranum, Chief of Security, Tenable Security Inc.
"Market-Leading Effort with a Time-to-Market Advantage, and Lessons for the Rest of the Industry."
Panelists will include marketing department representatives of all IPS/IDS vendors and will be moderated by Antonin Chuvakin, Director of Product Management, Loglogic Inc.
"The Roads to Wireless IPS/IDS."
Panelists will include government and corporate CIOs/CTOs and IT security managers from different companies and will be moderated by Charles Iheagwara, CTO, Unatek Inc.
"Enabling Infrastructures for Wireless IPS/IDS."
Panelists will include the CEOs and/or CTOs (or their representatives) of all wireless IPS/IDS vendors and will be moderated by Andrew Berkuta, Strategist, McAfee Inc.
And the topics for WSSC are:
"The Future of SOA: What technologies will change the face of IT in the next 5 years?"
Panelists will include representatives of all Web Services Security vendors and will be moderated by Paul Lipton of Computer Associates Inc. and Mamoon Yunus of Forum Systems Inc.
"Real-life SOA Use Cases: Understanding SOA Deployments and their Benefits."
Panelists will include government and corporate CIOs/CTOs and IT security managers from different companies and will be moderated by Anthony Nadalin of IBM and David Witchers of Aspect Security.
"Towards Effective SOA Governance: Setting, Testing and Enforcing SOA Policies, Compliance Management and The Service Lifecycle."
Panelists will include government and corporate CIOs/CTOs and IT security managers from different companies and will be moderated by Eric Newcomer of IONA Inc.
"Towards a Business Oriented Identity Management System."
Panelists will include Identity Management experts, CIOs/CTOs and IT security managers from different companies and will be moderated by Touric Boubez of Layer 7 Technologies Inc.
This year's WSIP keynote speakers include:
This year's WSSC keynote speakers include:
Registration is available at http://www.unatekconference.com/registrationIntrusion2007.php.
Rates are as follows:
Additional information about the events is available at www.unatekconference.com.
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