The Decalogue of Contractual Security Sins

31
Jan
Date:
31 January 2019
Time:
14:00 - 16:00 hrs
Location:
KPN, The Hague, Maanplein 55, TP5, Serre
Organised by:
KPN CISO

It’s almost 2019 and we’ve got good news for you. KPN CISO will continue with organising their monthly Guest Hacker Programs. Let’s start 2019 more secure by taking part in our Guest Hacker Program on the 31th of January about contractual security sins and commandments.

Synopsis
In today’s multi-sourced enterprise, your security is as good as your worst written contract. The bad news? I haven’t seen many well written contracts so far... The good news? I’ve seen plenty of bad ones. Why is that good news? Because now I can tell you what the Security contractual sins are that you should avoid, and how to avoid them.

Sebastian Paul Avarvarei
Working currently as Director for Security Advisory Services at Wolters Kluwer, Sebastian has been in IT and Security for over 20 years, covering a multitude of roles ranging from Security Architect and Consultant to Auditor and Developer, giving him a unique multi-faceted view on today’s Security challenges.

This presentation will take you through some of the most egregious Security mistakes he keeps encountering in IT contracts – and will offer solutions to avoid them. The presentation is targeted at both customers and providers of IT and Security services.


Because better contracts mean happier business relations for both parties. And more profits. And better Security.

Would you like to attend to this Guest Hacker Program?
You are most welcome! You can sign up to join the Guest Hacker Program by sending an email to [email protected]

General information
Date: 31 January 2019
Time: 2:00 PM - max. 4:00 PM (incl. Q&A)
Location: KPN, The Hague, Maanplein 55, TP5, Serre

This talk is in English.

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