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Coalfire Systems Speaking at Shared Assessments Summit 2011

March 25, 2011, Rick Dakin, CEO, Co-founder and Chief Security Strategist

Rick Dakin

Do you know how to ensure reliability and resiliency in cloud and SaaS environments? Join leaders from within the IT outsourcing risk management industry at the Shared Assessments Summit 2011 in Boston on March 29 and 30.

Coalfire is participating in this summit because the value of managing risk for companies today cannot be underestimated. Risk management is crucial for almost every vertical—healthcare, financial, retail, etc. The purpose of this summit is to shed some light on standardization, consistency, speed, efficiency and cost savings for service providers.

On March 30, join Coalfire’s VP of Professional Services, Tom McAndrew, as he speaks on a panel of experts to discuss  “Integrating Cloud and Making it Work: Storage, Infrastructure & Application.”  Additional panelists include: Annie Searle, principal of Annie Searle & Associates and French Caldwell, VP of Gartner, Inc. Niall Brown, CISO of LiveOps, Inc., will moderate the panel and we expect a lively question and answer session.

Hopefully, you will walk away from this summit feeling ready to take today’s top vendor risk management issues including: cross-industry perspectives, warning signs in cloud relationships, and the components of a successful vendor approval committee.

See you there!

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