Innovation Dinner in Kenya to address Security Convergence
IT leaders will convene at Sarova Panafric Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya for the next Innovation Dinner, which will be held on the 28th of May 2015 – and address the theme “Leveraging Security Convergence to Enable the Enterprise.”
In today’s security environment, enterprise security leaders need to do more than control who comes and goes, they need to know who is attempting to, or accessing areas without the necessary authorisation.
In leading organisations, the union between Information Security, Physical Security and Information Technology (IT) is established through integration driving convergence that is followed up by holistic strategies and Risk management, at senior levels. Tactical collaboration in appropriate projects, initiatives and ongoing operations are but a few approaches.
However, most organisations still struggle with technical and organisational convergence challenges, mainly because of limited knowledge and planning, therefore resort to working re-actively, addressing problems as they arise, but without thinking of advancing their organisation into a stronger position, and without understanding the full convergence landscape.
Sponsored by MiSEC, this edition of the Innovation Dinner Series will bring together thought leaders for lively presentations and interactive discussions that will assist with “Leveraging Security Convergence to Enable the Enterprise.”
MiSEC is a leading IT Services and Solutions provider with specialisations in IT-Based Security and Technical solutions.
MiSEC currently operates in several countries across in Sub-Saharan Africa, including: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.
Although product agnostic, MISEC’s Services and Solutions are supported by world-class technologies and vendor partnerships. The founders of MiSEC have more than 35 years of combined IT experience across South, East and West Africa.
About the Innovation Dinner series
The Innovation Dinner series is the premier gathering for IT Executives across all industries in Africa. Designed for Africa’s IT professionals, entrepreneurs and senior business people, the event is a great opportunity for networking, acquiring information and strategic planning.
Once every 2 months, ICT business leaders meet to create new relationships and promote their organisations.
Corporations that associate themselves with the Innovation Dinner series experience multi-faceted benefits that directly impact their bottom line by allowing them to bond closely with key customer groups that conventional marketing channels cannot offer.
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