The main objective is to see how to develop and manage information resources and deal with challenges such as delivering a robust information and compliance framework, streamlining models for digital, information management, collaboration and social networking.
Along with H.E. Dr. Eng. Ali Mohamed Al Khouri the Advisory Board also consists of Tariq Al Hawi, Director of aeCERT, Guruswamy Periyasamy, Head of IT Security and Innovation at Emirates Group and Naveed Ahmed, Head of IT Security for Dubai Customs.
Ajay Rathi, Head of IT for Meraas Holding, Amit Bhatia, Group Risk Management and IT Security Manager for Emirates NBD, will also be in attendance and will be speaking at the summit.
“In a knowledge based economy, with governments and businesses continuing to invest heavily in critical technology deployments, utilities companies looking at forming utility grids allowing them to virtualize and scale their resources at record pace and end users adopting the latest technology devices, a growing concern remains on the underlying threat of digital security to new technology adoption and the increasing channels of communication that have been created to communicate with it,” said Savio Coutinho, CEO at Ideanomics.
“The Digital Security Summit will provide a unique platform for various verticals to come together to discuss and address key challenges faced with growing data and look at the role both government and service providers can take, in protecting its critical data and users at large,” he added.
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