Individuals and organizations of every type are targeted by cyberattacks.
How can we cope with these security risks?
Producer of Security ＆ Governance 2016
Senior Fellow, Nikkei BP ICT Innovation Research Institute
The targeted email attack on the Japan Pension Service in June 2015 resulted in a leak of confidential pension information for about one million people. As the largest data leak ever of a public organization, the incident had a major impact on Japanese society as it was preparing to implement individual numbers under the new Social Security and Tax Number System. Targeted email and DDoS attacks on corporations, government agencies, and local government bodies are increasing.
There is also an increase in financial losses through server-side attacks, such as stealing credit card information from electronic commerce sites and POS systems, or transferring funds with malware targeting financial institution customers. The smart meters being installed under power deregulation, internet-connected automobiles, and all the other products being networked as part of the growing Internet of Things will also become targets for cyberattacks.
With the implementation of the Individual Number System and revisions to the Act on the Protection of Personal Information, there is rising need for re-evaluation of information governance policy, including security measures, individual and organizational preparedness, and protection against insider crimes.
But what sorts of counter-measures are needed to advance your business without leaving yourself open to security risks, and to minimize potential damage in the event of a breach? Come to Security & Governance 2016, and discover the best solutions. We hope your products and services will be exhibited among them.
|Name||Security & Governance 2016|
|Dates||Oct. 19th (Wed) - Oct. 21st (Fri)|
|Venue||Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center)
East Halls (4-6 Halls) & Conference Hall
|Organizer||Nikkei Business Publications, Inc.
E-mail : email@example.com
|Admission||3000 yen (Tax Inc.)|
|Visitors (expected)||Over 60,000 people|
|Exhibitors (expected)||300 Companies / 800 booths (expected)|
|Application for exhibition to be closed on June 24 (Fri), 2016|
Products & services for exhibition
- Threat solutions
- Virus (malware), spyware, spam, DDoS attacks, filtering, vulnerabilities, firewalls, VPN, UTM (unified threat management), quarantine networks, database security
- Information leak prevention solutions
- Encryption tools, log management, content security, document management, forensics, thin clients, secure clients, mail archives, DLP (data loss prevention)
- Access control solutions
- One-time passwords, single sign-on, certified devices, PKI (public key infrastructure), identity management, network access control
- Physical security solutions
- Rack systems, room access control systems, image transfer systems, monitor equipment and cameras
- Security management
- Security consulting services, security audit services, security products, PCIDSS
- Risk management
- GRC (governance risk compliance), risk management, incident management, BCP/BCM (business continuity), compliance, internal audits, fraud audits
- IT governance, global IT governance, corporate governance, system audits, internal control, BPR, evaluation systems
- Information system user companies
- Senior executive/officer, information system division, system planning division, research/development/design divisions, planning/sales/marketing divisions, general affairs/accounting/finance divisions
- SI/consulting company, hardware/software vendors, manufacturer/communication service providers
- Senior executive/ officer, system engineer, consultant, research/development/maintenance/ administration divisions, planning/sales/marketing divisions
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