A must-attend event for enterprise and service provider executives
About the Event
The traditional information security model, which relies on people, processes and stand-alone technology, is no longer robust enough to meet the modern-day challenges associated with running carrier and enterprise applications in today’s hybrid environment. Just as next generation networking technology and other innovations have enabled firms to make giant leaps in IT, new security approaches are necessary to fill the gap in protecting those businesses.
While security automation requirements have yet to be formally defined, without question, performance wise, the speed and analytical capabilities of the "machine" must be designed to optimally match the sophistication of modern-day threats. Accordingly, the realities of this brave new security world will rely heavily on automation and orchestration, dynamic policy control, machine learning, artificial intelligence and behavioral and predictive analytics.
Automating Seamless Security in Enterprise & Carrier Networks Event is designed to provide attendees a refined look at today's Information technology landscape, its current vulnerabilities within the modern enterprise, the fast and organized nature of global threats and the new "machine" speed solutions stepping in to fill the gap. This includes not only reviewing the latest technologies and tactics to ensure secure systems & data, but also a frank discussion about what's working, what isn't, and what needs to change.
Principal Analyst – Cloud and Security at Heavy Reading
Jim leads Heavy Reading’s research on the impact of NFV on the control plane and application layers at the core and edge. This includes the evolution path of SIP applications, unified communications (UC), IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), session border controllers (SBCs), Diameter signaling controllers (DSCs), policy controllers and WebRTC.
Research Director, Security at Ovum
Maxine leads Ovum’s security proposition, developing a comprehensive research program in this area to support vendor, service provider, and enterprise clients. Having worked with enterprises across multiple industries in the world of information security, Maxine has a strong understanding of the challenges faced and how organizations can look to overcome these challenges.
Among the topics the event will cover are:
- The Threat Landscape and the need for Machine Speed
- Leveraging Automation to Secure Multi-Cloud Architecture
- Applying Security Automation to Enterprise & Service Provider Networks
- Security Implications of Universal Use Cases
- Rise of DevSecOps