Secure Enterprise 2.0 Forum

 

Welcome to the Secure Enterprise 2.0 Forum!

Thomas Raschke, Forrester Research: London, January 30, 2008

Thomas Raschke, Forrester Research: London, January 30, 2008The Secure Enterprise 2.0 Forum is a group of concerned organizations and individuals who understand that consumerization of the enterprise is inevitable. On the contrary, they embrace the trend rather than fear it. However, these people realize that improper use of new technologies foreshadows a nightmare of information security breaches and public relations debacles.

The Forum seeks to promote the secure use of Web 2.0 to do business.

The Forum is comprised of top executives at Global Fortune 500 companies that are ready to address the security challenges posed by Web 2.0 technologies, such as wikis, blogs, RSS, widgets and gadgets, personalized homepages, social networks and social bookmarking, which are becoming increasingly popular in the enterprise. The Secure Enterprise 2.0 Forum promotes awareness, industry standards, best practices, and interoperability issues related to the introduction of consumer technology into the workplace.

Download the Secure Enterprise 2.0 Forum’s latest report – Top Web 2.0 Security Threats

WorkLight is spearheading the activity of organizing the founding members of the forum and helping to define its charter.

Following a successful launch in the United Kingdom and the United States, the Forum convened on July 23, 2008, as part of The Open Group Conference in Chicago.