Conference on cloud technology opportunities “Morning into the cloud”
On Friday, February 6, 2015 in Riga, the conference center “Citadele”, conference on cloud technology “Morning into the cloud” will be held, organised by companies DPA and SQUALIO in collaboration with EY. Conference will be dedicated to cloud technology based business infrastructure and security issues. This will be a unique opportunity to hear internationally recognized expert sessions at the same time covering the technological and legal, as well as safety aspects.
Conference “Morning into the cloud” is intended for business owners, managers and IT managers who make decisions on the use of technology in organizations when evaluating the benefits, as well as being aware of the potential risks that will affect their business.
Invited international speakers David Balazic and Carlos Trigoso will make recommendations that will help business leaders better understand on which legal and technological aspects to count on in order to make well-considered decisions and make investments in business infrastructure for an organization to extract the maximum value, excellent performance and security guarantees.
David Balazic is a consultant and managing partner at Consalta. He has more than 15 years of professional experience in the IT services industry throughout EMEA and a track record of more than 100 satisfied clients in 24 countries and 5 continents. His consultancy focus is new business development and sales & marketing. On a mission to help providers of IT services transform and grow their business in the emerging Cloud market place. He holds an Executive MBA degree specializing in Sales and Business Management.
Carlos Trigoso is a Senior Manager working in the EY EMEIA Advisory Centre, Information Security. His current focus is Security consultancy in cutting-edge areas as the Connected Car, the Internet of Things, Smart Grid and Identity Management in the Cloud. Previously he worked for 5 years as the EMEA Chief Architect and Lead for the Accenture Cloud-based Identity Management services. In doing so he has worked for large corporations and also public sector organisations across Europe and other regions, designing Security architectures for the automotive, financial, telecom, health and government sectors. His approach highlights the areas of “security for the cloud” and “security in the cloud” – distinguishing and joining up requirements for cloud services from those for cloud technology adoption. The key aspects of the presentation will be to clarify the changes in Security strategy, the correlation of Trust and Risk management, and the future of Security and Identity management in the new period of extended IT infrastructures and global collaboration networks.
See the agenda of the conference and make the registration here.