Wojciech Swiatek



About speaker:
Dr Wojciech Swiatek is a senior member of the Motorola Security Services group and has been involved in IT for more than 15 years, both at the technical and managerial levels.

He holds a PhD in Computer Physics completed in cooperation with four European research institutions. His main area of interest is in large-scale sensitive environments and in architecture.

Prior to joining Motorola Information Protection Services he managed the EMEA IT in the Motorola Global Software Group; previous assignments include IBM, military and academic responsibilities, both in the
technical and managerial area.

Wojciech is a member of the (ISC)2 European Advisory Board, holds a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and is a member of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). His major achievements include the direct management of multinational design centers, IT startup of two EMEA software groups and numerous security audits around the globe (external as well as internal).

Wojciech has been an invited speaker at several international security conferences including NATO Security Workshops, SummitIT, iSEC and others.

Current Security Issues in Corporate IT Environments

Business and IT executives are, nowadays, literally drowning in “last minute” security news. From VoIP to Business Continuity, every day brings new issues and emergencies which makes it difficult to assess the true security status of a company from a global perspective.

The presentation aims at summarizing the key weak points discovered through recent audits and assessments of major companies and organizations. It will give a high level perspective on what are the areas your company may also be at risk in, as well as a down-to-earth review of the major problems, real or imaginary, corporations face.