Secure Elements Selected to Present at the 2006 NITSL Workshop

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Scott Carpenter to discuss best practices to achieve IT compliance.

Secure Elements, Inc., a leader in compliance and vulnerability management solutions, announced today that Scott Carpenter, Director of their Security Labs, will be presenting at the 2006 NITSL Workshop in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday August 1st, 2006.

The Nuclear Information Technology Strategic Leadership (NITSL) organization is a nuclear industry group of all nuclear generation utilities that exchange information related to information technology management and quality issues. NITSL is an organization that brings together the Information Technology professionals in the nuclear utility industry to address the issues involved with information technology use in nuclear-powered utilities.

Scott Carpenter of Secure Elements will be speaking on current trends and best practices, as well as highlighting how various regulatory and compliance mandates are driving today’s technology and solutions. Scott will also touch upon the key disciplines that define IT security auditing and compliance along with addressing how to combine them with people, processes, and technologies in order to achieve compliance.

“Best practices do not need to be onerous or difficult to achieve,” said Scott Carpenter, Director for Secure Element’s Security Labs. “Regardless of the technologies deployed or the particular regulatory compliance initiative, it can be attributed to a repeatable three step process: Audit. Evaluate. Comply. It really is that simple.”

About Secure Elements

Secure Elements is dedicated to developing innovative products to evolve the way organizations achieve IT security compliance. We enable organizations to audit, evaluate, and comply with internal, industry, and regulatory policies. Our solutions reduce business risk and IT management costs while improving systems performance and maintaining business continuity. Based in Northern Virginia, Secure Elements serves organizations in the federal government and critical infrastructure markets, as well the Global 1000.


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