Designing Trust into your Solutions and Services
When: January 18th, 2007 (12:00 noon)
Designing Trust and effectively implementing key factors that promote trust such as security and privacy are critical to the successful adoption of solutions and services. It does not matter how useful a service actually is, if customers do not trust it - then they will not use it. This topic will describe the attributes that make up a "trusted" service, how it evolves, and key implementation considerations as they relate to security and privacy.
Martin Harrod, is a Solution Architect with CA Canada. He evangelizes the adoption of CA’s Enterprise IT Management (EITM™) strategy and advises organizations how to better manage systems, networks, security, storage, applications and databases securely and dynamically.
Previous to appointment at CA, Martin designed storage and resiliency architectures for Telus enterprise customers. Martin holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.
On-site registration and networking begins at noon, and lunch will be served at approximately 12:15pm. The presentation will run from 1:00pm to 2:00pm, to be followed by an open discussion forum. Members and non-members of the ISSA are welcome but space is limited. Cost for the event is $35.00 for non-members, $25.00 for ISSA members and $20.00 for students payable in advance at our web site using Paypal®, or at the door in cash or by cheque payable to “ISSA Vancouver”. RSVP to
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