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Welcome to BCS Malta Section

December 2012

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Last Events

Evening Talk Cyberspace and Information Security

Date :  Thursday 6th December 2012 @ 6pm
Place: Corinthia San Gorg

The Internet has handed private citizens, companies and governments possibly
the most influential innovation since the industrial revolution. It has also
provided hostile foreign governments, criminals and terrorists with another
means to further their respective causes. Does Cyberspace therefore
represent our very best friend or our nemesis?

Information security is a standing item on most organisations board agenda -
one slip up may lead to serious consequences that can rattle even well
established organisations. In the presentations we will be looking into
examples of security incidents and discussing how organisations like MITA
approach its information security practices focusing on best practice
governance.

The presenations will be given by two of the most influential practitioners
in Malta. Mr Bob Clark has extensive experience in Business Continuity, he
is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and a Member of the Security
Institute, while Mr Rodney Naudi has been
working working in the field of quality management, compliance and
assurance with MITA since 1999.

This event will be held on the evening of Thursday 6th December 2012 at the
Corinthia San Gorg at 6.00pm. This event is free of charge for all
attendees. Join us for this event by sending an email to
secretary@bcs.org.mt 


The BCS Malta Section was established in 1997 with the aim of promoting the ideals of the BCS in Malta, organising professional activities, and fostering the development of professional standards in the IT industry.

The BCS is the leading international professional and learned Society in the field of computers and information systems. It has its Head Quarters in the UK. It was established in 1957 and has over 60,000 members world-wide. BCS is the qualifying body for Chartered IT Professionals (CITP).