Next Event: March 21, 2012
This Meet-up will be followed by our first training session for the Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) certification on Thursday, March 22nd.
CSA NY Metro March Meet-up: Data Governance in the Cloud
One Penn Plaza (34th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues)
New York, NY
March 21, 2012 from 9am-12pm
Topic: During this session, we will present the results of the CSA Data Governance survey and host discussions on data governance form both legal and real-world perspectives.
Steve Adler of IBM Predictive Governance Solutions
If you have a Data Governance program today you already know its easier to start one than do one. Real governing is not like a Hollywood movie. Its hard to know what’s wrong, why its wrong, how to fix it, and how to get people to care or follow the fixes. In the Data Governance Council, we know that too and we want to help. We helped build the market with the landmark work we did on the Maturity Model. That gave you a way of knowing that what your already know isn’t enough. And that gave you a place to start your program.
We are now going far beyond that initial work because we think there’s a way to communicate how your organization really works and to use that knowledge to simulate your environment so you can help folks learn what’s going on, how stuff gets done, and what would happen if you made some changes; in a safe test environment before you put your ideas into production.
We call this Predictive Governance – the SCIENCE of describing the world as it is to run simulations on how we’d like it to be. In this presentation, we’ll explore how this works and how you can benefit.
Srinivas Jaini of Kinetic Networks
Srinivas Jaini is a software technologist with extensive experience in enterprise software, cloud computing and data governance. In his role as Director of Research and Development at Kinetic Networks, Srinivas heads product development and research in new and emerging technologies in the data governance space. Srinivas is Founder and President of the Cloud Security Alliance, Silicon Valley chapter and is also Co-Chair of the Cloud Data Governance working group for the CSA.
All RSVPs must be received by March 16th.
Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge Basic (CCSK) – Class
235 West 35th Street
New York, NY 10001
Special thanks to DTG for hosting the training and providing lunch for attendees.
March 22, 2012 at 9am-5pm
New York City Cloud Security Training
The New York Metro CSA Chapter has arranged for Bright Moon Security to teach the Cloud Security Alliance Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge Basic class in New York City this March
Basic Class (22 March 2012): The Cloud Computing Security Knowledge (CCSK)- Basic class provides students a comprehensive one day review of cloud security fundamentals and prepares them to take the Cloud Security Alliance CCSK certification exam. Starting with a detailed description of cloud computing, the course covers all major domains in the latest Guidance document from the Cloud Security Alliance, and the recommendations from the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). This class is geared towards security professionals, but is also useful for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of cloud security. (We recommend attendees have at least a basic understanding of security fundamentals, such as firewalls, secure development, encryption, and identity management).
Special thanks to DTG for hosting the training and providing lunch for attendees