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Come Talk Security with Websense at the RSA Conference

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Monday, Feb 14, 2011

We want to keep you abreast of the latest security trends, innovations, insights and best practices by inviting you to attend one of this year’s RSA Conference events featuring Websense security experts. We’ve got some great panels and discussions lined up that we would love for you to be a part of. You can also stop by our booth, #1129, to learn more about some exciting new solutions we will be announcing. 

Check these out!

Proactively Tackling Social Networking & Data Security

Tuesday, February 15

2:30 -  3:20 p.m.

Type: Track Session, Session Code: SP02-107

Location: Green Room 131

Social networking is ever-present at work. More employees are remote, which means corporate data is constantly moving between social networks, USB drives, and emails. But as workers have open Web 2.0 access, how will you ensure they’re engaging securely, without putting confidential information at risk? Join Websense vice president of Product Management and Business Development, Devin Redmond, and Chris Sawall, information security supervisor for Ameren Services, as they discuss the latest Web 2.0 threats and how to safely leverage the power of the social Web. 

Second Annual Websense TRITON Derby

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011 6-9PM St. Regis Hotel Conservatory Room
125 3rd. Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

The Websense TRITON Advisory Board will host the Websense TRITON Derby at RSA. The TRITON Derby is a networking event for advisory board members, other key customers and Websense team members. Throughout the night, there will be numerous horse races via simulcast, where participants can test their wagering skills with TRITON Derby Dollars. The event promises to be an evening filled with fun, cocktails, networking and prizes.

TRITON DERBY 

Blocking Social Media Is So 2010 - How to Embrace the Social Web Safely

Wednesday, February 16      

10 - 10:50 a.m.

Type: Peer2Peer, Session Code: P2P-202B

Location: Blue Room 208

Social networking is top of mind for businesses worldwide, but many have yet to act. Learn from a seasoned security professional why 2010 social networking attacks were preventable, and how you can embrace social networking safely. It’s time to talk about how we can safely benefit from the tremendous business value of the social Web. This discussion featuring Websense chief technology officer, Dan Hubbard, will bring many different approaches to the table, such as looking at business use of Twitter and Facebook.

Cutting through the Data Loss Prevention Confusion – DLP Myths Busted

Wednesday, February 16

11:10 a.m. – Noon

Type: Track Session (Panel), Session Code: DAS-203

Location: Orange Room 301

“DLP” — it’s the buzzword du jour that now seems to be applied to anything that even remotely protects data. This confusion has frustrated organizations that need to protect their data but don’t know what approach to take, what DLP really is or what it can and can’t do for them. This panel will cut to the chase, help define DLP and explain real-life strategies and best practices, destroying many common myths along the way. Dave Meizlik, Websense director of product marketing and communications, participates in this panel along Larry Whiteside, a security professional  from Visiting Nurse Services of New York and Securosis founder, Rich Mogull.

Get the Security Budget You Need by Promoting Your Security Program

Thursday, February 17

2:10 - 3 p.m.

Type: Peer2Peer, Session Code: P2P-305A

Location: Blue Room 206

You’ve done your research, gotten a security budget, and implemented a successful security program. Your work is done, right? No, you’re going to need more funding next year/quarter. Learn how your peers secure funding and executive confidence by successfully promoting their achievements. It’s time to sell your success to executives, the board, all of IT, and regulators. This will be a session that I’m leading, and I look forward to seeing you there! 

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