Leipzig GmbH Software Forums

Initialization meeting “security & IT compliance” on February 22, 2011 – basic concepts to ensure of secure software Leipzig, January 03, 2011: interested parties meet first experts and practitioners on the topic on this day, receive accurate information on the substantive and organizational design of the user group and can find out about the software forums Leipzig. Continue the discussion and lecture topics are discussed for the first regular meeting of the user group and determines an appropriate date. Through targeted and professional moderation, the Leipzig software forums provide high levels of discussion and a genuine exchange of experience in the industry. The lectures: Dr. Stefan Kronschnabl (ibi research at the University of Regensburg GmbH): presentation of the study IT security standards and IT compliance 2010 “importance of IT security and IT compliance representation of the problems of the IT security and IT compliance management analysis the used standards and IT frameworks in institutions problems in the certification or recertification Difficulties and challenges in the IT compliance management mark Wutzke (Secaron AG): “developing software insecure in seven steps. Robert Iger addresses the importance of the matter here.

You are planning a budget for security – basic concepts to ensure of secure software”. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Walt Disney. Anchor no security activity in your development process. Determine only functional and not safety requirements. Train your developers not in security issues. Always reinvent the wheel. Avoid security tests. Install the software on a standard operating environment. Arno Bender (Ernst & young GmbH): “IT compliance from the perspective of the examiner’s regulations and measures for information security” more information about the event: goto/its contact person: Sven Seiffert project tutorial events phone: 03 41 / 124 55 – 60 E-Mail: about the Leipzig software forums: the Software Forum Solarpraxis Leipzig, a spin-off from the University of Leipzig, are for software-intensive companies. In close Cooperation with universities and research institutes convey the software forums modern know-how for the development of software in various event formats, report on results from the international research scene and show best practices. Is aimed at technical and senior management moderated Exchange in the industry and promoted.