Today signals the kickoff of the RSA Security Conference in San Jose, California. This year's conference will see more than 275 exhibitors and a host of speakers, including IBM's Doug Conorich, who will head a session on "Lessons Learned from Network Break-Ins." Doug works with IBM's Managed Security Services organization.
Also speaking at RSA from IBM will be Anthony Nadalin, a distinguished engineer with our Tivoli software team. Anthony will be providing an overview of "Model Driven Security Architecture," which takes a business application lifecycle management approach to building in layers of security and authorization for a service-oriented architecture. (Get a deep dive in this article from the IBM Systems Journal.)
C:NET provides some setup overview coverage here, citing that this year's conference agenda dutifully acknowledges that security has moved out of the server room and into the boardroom.