As a specialist in information security, you may be interested in Cloud Computing and specifically in the challenges accompanying investigations within a Cloud environment. Surveys of IT professionals on the adoption of Cloud Computing have highlighted concerns regarding security and other data issues such as ‘Trust’ in handing core information assets to third parties for storage.
A team of us here at QCC, a leading digital forensics provider and incident response specialists, will be holding a breakfast briefing on 9 February at our London office, from 08.30am to 11.00am, to explore the various legal, business and technical issues surrounding the ability to carry out investigations in the Cloud environment.
We are delighted to have as speakers:
Stewart Room, Senior Partner at Field Fisher Waterhouse
Stewart is a barrister and solicitor holding full Higher Court Rights of Audience, with over 18 years’ experience as a litigator and advocate. He has considerable expertise and reputation in data protection and data security matters.
Matthew Finnie CTO at Interoute
Matthew, a CTO for Cloud Service Provider, Interoute, will give an overview of Cloud Computing and focus specifically on what CSPs should consider that support not only the day-to-day confidentiality, integrity and availability of data hosted in the Cloud, but also significantly affect the opportunity for a successful digital forensic investigation.
John Douglas, Senior Analyst and Technical Director at QCC
John is an experienced digital forensic specialist who will give his own perspective on what needs to be in place in order to conduct successful investigations in the cloud environment.
I hope that you and/or a colleague will be able to join us for what we plan to be an interesting and highly interactive session.
RSVP:Marité Stragier on 020 7632 7134 or email email@example.com