Breakfast Briefing: When Data Centre security fails - the 6 week migration solution

We're co-hosting a must attend Breakfast Briefing for CEOs, CIOs, CSOs and those who use and rely on the Cloud and manage the security and risk around it.

Our speakers will share clear principles from real case examples at giffgaff and the FT, to help support your data centre strategy.

Why? We believe that cloud-based data centres are here to stay. High profile stories of failure and collapse cause unnecessary knee-jerk reaction for fear of possible reputational damage. Solid project foundations and contingency means that even if the worst happens, it could turn into a positive. The winners and losers are determined by timely decisions in three key areas:

§  {C}Complexity and dependency mapping/knowledge

§  {C}Recognising the need to build a flexible, adaptive infrastructure

§  {C}Implementing and maintaining necessary controls and governance

Failures happen. The risks are there. The time to act is NOW!
Join us to discover how to plan against failure and build risk mitigating foundations

Speakers:
Peter Mayer, Managing Partner of Pelicam Project Assurance
Ross Catley, Practitioner at Pelicam Project Assurance (Lead on GiffGaff project)
Cameron Black, Head of Development at giffgaff
Mark Worts, Manager at Company 85 (Lead on FT project)
Greg Cope, Technical Architect at The Financial Times

Breakfast Briefing: When Data Centres fail - the 6 week migration solution
Date: 
Thursday 28th November 2013
Time: 8.00am – 10.00am
Location: Waldorf Hilton, London
Cost: £150 (or guest ticket)

Learn best practice examples whilst networking with industry specialists.

£150 per person. Guest tickets are available.
These places will fill rapidly, so please contact 
lisa.tucker@pelicam.com to reserve your place or request a guest ticket.

 

Posted on September 24, 2014 and filed under 2010, Risk Management.