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Building Confidence in Enterprise Security with André Gold and Samir Kapuria

Created: 26 Sep 2007 • Updated: 02 Mar 2009 • 1 comment
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André Gold and Samir Kapuria

Starting inOctober, André Gold, head of technology risk management at ING U.S. FinancialServices, and Samir Kapuria,distinguished principal at Symantec Corp., will embark on a monthlyvideo-webcast program and blog column series addressing various topics relatedto enterprise security, including IT compliance, IT risk management andoperational security.

Having beenfeatured in various industry and business publications and with 15 years oftechnology experience, Kapuria is recognized as an industry authority on abreadth of security-related topics. Gold also garners similar industryrecognition, having recently come to ING U.S. Financial Services from a verysuccessful tenure at Continental Airlines. 

Kapuriawill host the series with Gold as his resident guest. Special guests – fromSymantec and outside of Symantec representing various industries with an arrayof experiences – will be invited as participants on some of the shows and insome of the blogs.

In additionto the extensive experience Gold and Kapuria will offer, Gold will be able todraw upon his real-life examples leading security change management atContinental Airlines and now ING U.S. Financial Services. Interested infeedback and direction from their audience, Kapuria and Gold will conduct amonthly survey, asking the audience for feedback on issues related to the topicto be covered in the upcoming month's blog column and video podcast program.

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Take the ITRisk Management Survey that will be discussed in the November Webcast VideoProgram and Blog Column.

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This sounds like an interesting blog and video series. I am looking forward to reading more on the subject.

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