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Corporate data protection focus at Inbox/Outbox event

Inbox/Outbox : 20 May, 2009  (New Product)
IT Forum in London in June to feature key speeches from industry leaders on the protection of corporate data from security threats
Inbox/Outbox, the UK forum for corporate messaging, e-marketing and collaborative communications, announces programme details for its 2009 conference. Visitors to the two-day event will learn how to monitor, secure and control inbound and outbound business communications, as well as identify and eliminate security threats and ensure data privacy and protection. The event will open with a keynote by independent analyst and award-winning writer Richi Jennings, who will examine the security implications of Enterprise 2.0 and new IT channels, offering advice on best practice methods.

Inbox/Outbox 2009 takes place on the 16th and 17th June at the New Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden, London. Entrance is free of charge and delegates will be able to tailor their own educational programme based upon more than 25 sessions taking place on each day. Key areas of focus for Inbox/Outbox 2009 will include:

* E-security and cybercrime: The inside track on new threats, current vulnerabilities and preventative measures within the email and electronic messaging space

* Content filtering and spam prevention: Practical advice on reducing junk email and protecting your organisation from malicious activity

* Storage and document management: The latest thinking on effective document management, including storage, archiving, e-Discovery and key corporate compliance issues

* Data Protection Issues: The latest news and updates on privacy & data protection legislation, directly from government policy-makers

* Enterprise 2.0 and collaborative applications: How will corporate processes be transformed by the migration of social networking, wikis, widgets and blogging into collaborative business tools?

Confirmed speakers include representatives from IBM, AIIM, The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), DLA Piper and Richi Jennings, whose opening presentation will consider the consequences of newly emerging IT channels. With wikis and blogs playing an ever-stronger role in corporate messaging, it is crucial that teams, partners and customers are able to interact securely through internal and external outlets. Jennings' address will consider the security implications of these emerging methods of communication and look at the best tools for keeping information and intellectual property private and secure.

Richi Jennings comments on the speech, 'Social networking is increasingly popular for internal and external business communication and in some cases is now the preferred method of communication over email. But sensitive business issues could be discussed through these channels, so we must seriously look at security measures to stop confidential information being leaked. My keynote will provide delegates with practical advice on the secure distribution of company information and will offer business and IT managers, guidance on methods and policies that should be in place within their organisations. '
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