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Compliance Decisions: Finding a Balance Between Compliance and Security


The litany of 2011 data breaches and hacktivism have not only thrust shotgun-style notoriety-based attacks back into the spotlight, they’ve intensified the pressure security and compliance professionals face when addressing evolving mega-threats and compliance in an increasingly regulated environment.

Compliance Decisions: Finding a Balance Between Compliance and Security, is an interactive Virtual Seminar that will explore the increasingly complex security and compliance challenges you face with independent expert speakers who will show you how to:

  • Build a business-focused and actionable compliance program that emphasizes training and awareness.
  • Enhance third-party vendor management to meet compliance demands and safeguard sensitive data out of your direct control.
  • Reconcile the divergent worlds of cloud computing, compliance and security.
  • And much more


Stewart Room Partner, Privacy and Information Law Group

Stewart Room is a partner in the Privacy and Information Law Group. He is dual qualified as a barrister and a solicitor holding full Higher Court Rights of Audience, with over 18 years’ experience as a litigator and advocate. Stewart has considerable expertise and reputation in data protection and data security matters and is ranked as a Leading Individual for data protection by Chambers UK. Legal 500 says that Stewart’s “data protection and privacy prowess is recognised as being at the forefront of the field.”

Stewart specializes in the financial institutions, technology & communications, healthcare, media & entertainment, not-for-profit, public sector, retail and transport sectors.

Eric Holmquist President, Holmquist Advisory, LLC

Eric Holmquist is President of Holmquist Advisory, LLC, which provides consulting to the financial services industry in risk management, operations, information technology, information security and business continuity planning.

19 Aug 2011
21 Sep 2011
Virtual Seminar

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