One of the perks of living in Silicon Valley is taking advantage of the SDForum, which usually promises some good healthy brain-overload on what's important to techies today. The SDForum has just announced its line-up of speakers for the Security Conference, which takes place this September 19.The conference takes place over one day and is heavily titled "Developing Security and Securing Development: Hosting, Outsourcing and Compliance." It's happening at the South San Francisco Conference Center, where SecureWorld will be taking place at the same time. The Archie Reed keynote targets the marriage of security and tech innovation in the past, present and future. "Increasingly, companies have employees, partners and customers scattered in far-flung places. Ensuring maximum efficiency without compromising security is of critical importance," said Reed, a Distinguished Technologist with HP. Panels include: * Best Practices for Compliance * Venture Capital & Start Ups - Where's the Business? * Storage and Disaster Recovery-Offsite/Onsite/Outsourced secure storage Expect to learn about how enterprises can best integrate security and compliance into development, whether in-house or outsourced. The event will cost a paltry US$ 45 for SDForum members, but if you're hitting SecureWorld too, you could be eligible for a special rate. Check out speakers and register at the SD Forum website.