UK Oracle User Group


Data security in higher education

9 August 2011

Data security is a growing hot topic within university IT departments in the light of a number of data breaches. In response to this we are proud to bring you the top data specialists from around the globe together for this exclusive special event happening on the 13th September.

‘Universities face the full range of security threats to their IT systems. This one-off special event will address the current data security threats and safeguarding issues. It will give understanding to the increasing government regulations and how to ensure you stay compliant and keep threats minimised.

This long awaited event is essential for those wanting to assess the threats, evaluate measures of protection at a strategic level, evaluate what can and should be done. Not to be missed!’ Carl Dudley, professor, University of Wolverhampton

Agenda highlights

View the agenda at: www.ukoug.org/events/security-special/

A keynote speech by Ian Glover, CREST President on data loss and breach will kick off a sharp and fast paced agenda. Mary Ann Davidson, Oracle's Chief Security Officer will be addressing the issue, Is IT critical? John Ottman will discuss in depth data breaches. George Fyffe will be looking into databse security risks and compliance in the age of cyber war. Pete Finnigan an expert in data security within an Oracle database environment will highlight the correct strategy to secure your data and outline Oracle and third party solutions. Lindsay Hamilton will complete the day with a detailed look at regulatory, legislative and business drivers.
Delegates will also be given time to network throughout the day and at the evening social.

Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes

The event is on the 13th September and is set in the birthplace of the modern computer, Bletchley Park, just a stone’s throw away from the station linking direct to many destinations including London in less than 40 minutes. Unusually we will be offering the option to add a tour of the grounds to your agenda so you can take advantage of the surroundings and history of the venue.

To attend this event there is a cost of £250 + VAT per person. Limited places are available so Register today to ‘secure’ your place at this one-off event.

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