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REGISTRATION DETAILS New strategies and tactics: Lessons from the battlefield
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Conference only 7 & 8 May
Standard delegate fee R 6,210.00
Conference (7 & 8 May) plus full day workshop - 9 May
Standard delegate fee R 7,590.00
Workshop only 9 May
Workshop 1: Governance of information security
Workshop 2: Digital forensics
Workshop 3: Information Security Incident Response - A Survival Workshop
Standard delegate fee R 2,720.00
Delegates who attended a previous ITWeb's Security Summit qualify for VIP status. Should you qualify please contact Maggie Pienaar on (011) 807-3294 for more details .
Group bookings: SMEs get 40% discount
4 for the price of 3
7 for the price of 5
12 for the price of 8
To register a group please contact Maggie Pienaar
on 011 807 3294 or email . Please note that in order to qualify for group discounts all delegates must be registered at the same time.
Group bookings do not apply to workshops.
Qualifying small businesses and NGOs receive a 40% discount on our usual rates when attending ITWeb’s events. If your small or medium business has 50 staff members or less, or you are a non-profit organisation, then you qualify for discounted access to ITWeb events.

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Conference fees include:
Conference sessions with keynotes and focused tracks.
Meet with the industry's leading vendors and service management providers to compare products and services in the Expo area. You'll also have the opportunity to win prizes provided by vendors.
Buffet lunches and refreshments throughout the event.
Build your business contacts through our official Security Summit business matchmaking programme.
Online access to all speaker documentation.
Secure and convenient parking.
Online access to all speaker documentation.

There is a R300 (inc VAT) surcharge per day for Strict Halaal and Kosher Meals.

Please indicate your dietary requirements during online registration and this amount will automatically be added to your total invoice.

How to register:
Online: Click here to register online
By phone: Contact Maggie Pienaar on (011) 807-3294 between 07h00 and 16h00 to reserve your place.
By post: ITWeb Ltd, PO Box 2785, Rivonia, 2128
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Cancellation / Substitution Policy:
All cancellation's must be received at ITWeb in writing 14 working days prior to the start of the event.
Any cancellations received after this date will bear a 100% fee and will not be refunded.
Registrations with a balance due cancelled within 14 days of the event will receive a cancellation penalty invoice for the full registration amount due.
Substitution of registrations may be made at any time up to the start of the conference.
"No Shows" will be considered a cancellation within the 14 day policy where full penalty will be enforced.
Cancellations and substitutions must be sent via e-mail to Maggie Pienaar at

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SA fails on forensic readiness
4 Apr 2013 – Forensic readiness is crucial to successful investigations and prosecutions, yet few South African firms are prepared, says Cyanre.
Cyber security risk cannot be eliminated
25 March 2013 – In the past two years, there has been remarkable development and spread in organised hacking of corporates, says expert.
IT-based fraud on the increase
25 March 2013 – The ease with which fraudsters can acquire tools needed to commit fraud and the explosion in data are contributing to the growth, says Paladion.
BYOD - no turning back
20 March 2013 – For most organisations, it's too late to stop BYOD, but it's not too late to manage it, says a security expert.
Formulating an attack-focused security plan
26 Feb 2013 – To successfully formulate an attack-focused plan, start with an assessment to find live attackers on the network, says MANDIANT.
Info security needs new focus
12 Feb 2013 – Information security has to shift beyond perimeter protection to understanding the attacker, says De Beers.
SA progresses in cyber crime fight
8 Feb 2013 – Moves are afoot to get SA’s cyber crime policing up to speed with the rest of the world, says ISG.
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Established in 2009, Performanta specializes only in the discipline of Information Security. The company provides technology, services and consulting solutions allowing them to give customers an end to end information security service. Their focus on pragmatic solutions is reflected in their motto: Practical Trust Performanta.

Symantec protects the world’s information, and is a global leader in security, backup and availability solutions. Our innovative products and services protect people and information in any environment – from the smallest mobile device, to the enterprise data center, to cloud-based systems. Our world-renowned expertise in protecting data, identities and interactions gives our customers confidence in a connected world.

Unified security management key to rapid response
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Consolidation: a new infosec imperative
17 Apr 2013 – Addressing multiple security areas with a variety of solutions can result in weak points and areas being overlooked, says McAfee.
Security certificates 'an infosec weak spot'
12 Apr 2013 – Malware with embedded digital security certificates can easily penetrate enterprise systems, says Venafi.
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