Tuesday, August 16, 2005

New Bindview Webcast Today: How to simplify, automate and reduce the cost of demonstrating regulatory compliance

The need to comply with regulations has increased as legislation such
as Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, GLBA and Basel II take effect. This urgent
need has led to a dramatic rise in spending. So how can you ensure
compliance without breaking the bank?

Attend this free webcast today to learn how to:

* Simplify, automate and reduce the cost of compliance
* Reduce the number of employees or contractors focused on
compliance projects
* Reduce the amount of manually intensive compliance related tasks
* And much more
TITLE: How to simplify, automate and reduce the cost of
demonstrating regulatory compliance
WHEN: August 16, 2005 at 2:00 PM EDT (1800 GMT)
SPEAKER: Charles Kolodgy, Research Director, IDC
SPEAKER: Chris Smith, Vice President, BindView

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According to AMR Research, the total tab for compliance-related
spending will exceed $6 billion over the next 5 years. The growth of
these government mandates has also caused an increase in manually
intensive, compliance-related tasks that reduce IT efficiency. Learn
firsthand from Charles Kolodgy of IDC about how you can simplify,
automate and reduce the cost of achieving IT security and regulatory


----------------------- SPONSORED BY: BINDVIEW ---------------------
Improving Business Efficiency - IDC White Paper

As regulatory laws such as Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, and GLBA take
effect, the need for compliance is vital. Download this new white
paper as Charles Kolodgy of IDC illustrates how you can simplify,
automate and reduce the cost of achieving IT security and regulatory
compliance. Understand the different cost reduction strategies and
solutions that can respond to your business' compliance challenges

Click here!

Charles Kolodgy
Research Director, IDC

Charles Kolodgy is a research director for IDC's Security Products
service. He has more than 20 years' experience analyzing and building
research projects on security products and security markets for IDC
as well as the National Security Agency (NSA). Mr. Kolodgy's
commentary has appeared in Time, Business Week, USA Today and in
popular trade publications. He also has been a frequent speaker at a
number of conferences, including the RSA Security Conference,
Government CIO and CEIC conferences.

Chris Smith
Vice President, BindView
Christopher Smith is a vice president at BindView. In this role, he
manages BindView's Regulatory RAZOR team, responsible for determining
best practices for reducing the cost of achieving IT security
compliance. He has more than 15 years' experience at companies that
include BMC, PentaSafe and NetIQ.

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