Herzliya, Israel – August 6, 2009 – Raz-Lee Security, a leading supplier of information security solutions for IBM System i, and IBM Italy, held a seminar at the IBM Forum in Segrate, Milan on July 23, 2009, in which Raz-Lee provided information on compliance with the new Italian Privacy Code 196/2003 relating to System Administrators’ role in corporate data security.
The seminar included technical and marketing presentations and demos by:
- Nicola Fusco – South Europe Area Manager, Raz-Lee Security
- Adriano Berneri – Independent expert in security regulations
- Elvio Cappelli – Technical Support Manager, Raz-Lee Security
- Massimo Maggioni, IBM Manager
The event was well-attended by end-users in Italian enterprises and System i technology resellers. This event follows another Raz-Lee venture which included 30 free Round Table meetings covering the requirements of the new legislation and how best to implement it on System i. The round table meetings were conducted across Italy.
The new Italian privacy legislation specifies procedures for data protection, including technical and administrative measures which companies are required to implement. It holds IT departments directly responsible for user access and actions relating to companies’ information systems. The legislation is expected to come into effect on December 15th 2009.
“Raz-Lee’s close partnership with IBM enabled us to jointly provide this valuable session to Italian enterprises,” said Nicola Fusco, South Europe Area Manager, Raz-Lee Security. “We are committed to providing ongoing support to Italian companies as they undertake the complex challenge of becoming compliant with the new legislation.”