Corporate Executives and CIOs Invited to Free Educational Seminar on Information Security...

Corporate Executives and CIOs Invited to Free Educational Seminar on Information Security Technology and Best Practices

April 2, 2009 - El San Juan Hotel and Casino, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico


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ISLA VERDE, Puerto Rico, March 25 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Osvaldo Laurido & Associates along with nuBridges, Trustwave and John Robles & Associates are sponsoring an education seminar for corporate executives who want to protect the customer information entrusted to their companies from theft. This free seminar will provide CEOs, CIOs, COOs and Information Security Officers with the facts about the risks posed by data breaches and disclose how to protect confidential and sensitive information using technology and best practices. It will also discuss the information security laws and industry regulations that many organizations must comply with.

Speakers: Osvaldo Laurido, President of Osvaldo Laurido & Associates

Daniel Castro, Latin America Operations Director for nuBridges

Matt Willis, VP of Professional Services for the Central Region for Trustwave

Where: El San Juan Hotel and Casino, Salon Orquidea I, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico

Title: Best Practices in Information Security: Technology, Security, Law and Regulations

Overview: Identity theft is a crime in which an impostor obtains key pieces of personally identifiable information (PII), such as Social Security numbers and driver’s license numbers, and uses them for their own personal gain. The most widely recognized form of this crime is financial: lines of credit, account takeovers or the establishment of tenancy or utilities. In reality, identity theft crimes vary widely and can involve criminal, government and medical issues. Identity theft is so prevalent that it is number one crime in the United States today. Fortunately, companies that collect and store consumer PII can protect this important information using data security technology and by implementing data protection best practices.

The seminar will cover these topics:

— Data breach statistics

— Threats and protections: How a data breach occurs

— The regulatory environment

— Compliance versus security: Is compliance enough?

— Technology and security

— New frontiers, future perspectives, and data protection best practices and technology

When: Thursday, April 2, 2009, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

A cocktail reception will be held after the seminar

Cost: Free

Sponsors: Osvaldo Laurido & Associates (OLA) is an international consulting and software distribution company that for many years specialized in the introduction, successful sales and deployment of advanced software solutions satisfying business needs in the Latin American markets. As Master Distributor of nuBridges, Inc. and Seagull Software, Inc., OLA is responsible for market development and successful introduction of the technology in Latin America. olaurido@osvalolaurido.com

nuBridges is a leading provider of software and services to protect sensitive data at rest and in transit, and to transfer data internally or externally with end-to-end security, control and visibility. Over 3,000 customers depend on nuBridges secure eBusiness solutions to encrypt millions of credit cards, exchange billions of dollars in B2B transactions and enable countless business-critical file transfers. http://www.nubridges.com.

Trustwave is the leading provider of on-demand data security and payment card industry compliance management solutions to businesses and organizations throughout the world. Trustwave has helped more than 30,000 organizations – ranging from Fortune 500 businesses and large financial institutions to small and medium-sized retailers-manage compliance and secure their network infrastructure, data communications and critical information assets. http://www.trustwave.com

John Robles & Associates are specialists and consultants in Information Security, Auditing and Controls. http://www.johnrrobles.com

SOURCE nuBridges

Corporate Executives and CIOs Invited to Free Educational Seminar on Information Security Technology and Best Practices