CSA China Congress 2010

Cloud computing represents a new era in information technology with a profound impact upon the security industry. Businesses are aggressively adopting cloud services, with long term strategic plans to fully embrace a utility mode of computing over the course of the next decade. Virtually all major IT and telecommunications companies either offer cloud services now, or are planning to in the near future. While the cloud computing boom enables business agility and lower IT costs, security is consistantly cited as a top concern in moving to the cloud.

To deeply understand the essence and trends of cloud computing, share practical experience on platform and application development, communicate the latest technologies, solutions and research achievements domestically and globally, and further discuss influences on information and other industries brought by cloud computing and security, you are cordially invited to attend the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Summit China 2010 hosted by NSFOCUS at Hotel Nikko New Century Beijing on September 2, 2010.

Key Information

Time: Thursday September 2, 2010 13:30-17:30
Conference Location: Hotel Nikko New Century Beijing (Century Hall at 3rd Floor)
Hotel Location: Hotel Nikko New Century Beijing
Conference Contact Secretary: Miss Liu
Telephone: +86 10 6843 8880 ext. 8662

Registration N/A
Opening Speech By NSFOCUS Jiye Shen,CEO of NSFOCUS
Reinventing Security in the Cloud Dave Cullinane, Chairman of CSA, CISO
of EBay
Cloud Computing:
From Hype to Reality
Cathy Huang, Analyst of Frost & Sullivan
China Mobile "Big Cloud" Development and Practice Shaoling Sun, Director of Business Support Division, China Mobile Research Institute
Coffee Break N/A
Cloud Security – Ideas to Practice Huamin Jin, Director of Security Labs, China Telecom
Cloud Thinking Jordan Pan, Board Director of CSA-GCC
Opportunities and Challenges Of Cloud Computing Security

Vice President (CSO) of Shanda Interactive Entertainment Limited

Cloud Security and CSA Initiatives Richard Zhao, Board Director of CSA-GCC

About Cloud Security Alliance

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is a non-profit organization announced at RSA Conference 2009. Since then, the CSA has rapidly gained wide recognition within the information security community. The CSA is led by a broad coalition of industry practitioners, corporations, associations and other key stakeholders. So far, it has established partnership with many organizations, such as ISACA and OWASP, and has more than fifty corporate members, including world-class carriers, IT and network equipment manufacturers, network security vendors and cloud computing service providers. It is noteworthy that NSFOCUS is the first member of the Cloud Security Alliance in the Asian-Pacific regions. Leadsec and Rising also have announced their membership in CSA.
The CSA is engaged in promoting the use of best practices of cloud computing and security. Since its establishment, its catalogue of security best practices and tools have been broadly adopted in the information security community. On December 17, 2009, the Cloud Security Guidance was released. It definitely refreshed the understanding of cloud computing and security in this professions. In March 2010, its Chinese version (V 2.1) was released.

CSA Disciplines
1. Promote a common level of understanding between the consumers and providers of cloud computing regarding the necessary security requirements and attestation of assurance.
2. Promote independent research into best practices for cloud computing security.
3. Launch awareness campaigns and educational programs on the appropriate uses of cloud computing and cloud security solutions.
4. Create consensus lists of issues and guidance for cloud security assurance. For more information, please visit:https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/

Cloud Security Alliance, Greater China Chapter
Following the disciplines and goals of the CSA, the Greater China Chapter is engaged in promoting the use of best practices of cloud security in China (Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan included), helping all Chinese-speaking people share experience in information security community and enhancing communication with international colleagues.

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