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4 Critical Tasks for Safely Growing Public Cloud Estates

Join us on November 19 at 11:00 am ET for a LIVE CISO Panel on cybersecurity requirements for a rapid cloud infrastructure expansion.

 

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Uncovering the hidden security traps in public cloud environments is key to a safe digital transformation strategy. Join 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, Analyst Fernando Montenegro as he lays out the context for cloud adoption patterns, as well as perspectives on virtual appliances, DevOps, containers, Kubernetes, and mesh patterns.
 
Attend the Web Briefing to learn:
  • 4 key recommendations for addressing hidden
    risks in virtual public cloud appliances
  • Best practices for safe expansion of cloud estates in
    AWS, GCP, and Azure
  • How biases from the physical world hinder the ability to
    safely leverage cloud
  • How to re-imagine security for the cloud era to accelerate
    digital transformation
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Analyst Insights

Principal Research Analyst on Information Security from 451 Research, Fernando Montenegro, will walk through key security concerns with the rapid adoption of cloud services.

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Live Interactive CISO Panel

Get Involved! Ask questions to the live expert CISO panelist and sharing concerns, ideas and get involved with the cybersecurity community.

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Free Research Reports

All registrants will receive access to the Orca Security 2020 State of Virtual Appliance Security Report as well as the Orca Security 2020 State of Public Cloud Security Report.

Event Agenda

11:00 - 11:05
Welcome & Introductions
11:05 - 11:20
451 Research Analyst Overview
11:20 - 12:00
CISO Roundtable Discussion
12:00-12:10
Live Q&A with Experts
12:10-12:15
Solution Overview & Closing

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CISO Panel

Drew Daniels
CIO/CISO, Druva
Drew Daniels
CIO/CISO, Druva

Drew brings a passion for helping companies scale global operations, success implementing robust security protocols, and more than 20 years of experience to Druva. At Druva, Drew focuses his time on efficient operations processes, identifying security risk and leading the technical operations functions. Prior to joining Druva, he was the global CSO and CIO at Qubole, where he led the company in achieving SOC2 Type II, ISO-27001 and HIPAA compliance, while also helping the company grow revenue by more than 5X, significantly reduced costs across all operational areas and achieved a number of significant milestones with customers and partners.

Drew has co-authored two books on the topics of networking, security and the domain name service, and also works within the international community as a non-profit board member and advisor for organizations whose mission is to develop the next generation of technology professionals.

Dmitriy Sokolovskiy
Chief Information Security Officer, Avid
Dmitriy Sokolovskiy
Chief Information Security Officer, Avid

Dmitriy Sokolovskiy is a Chief Information Security Officer at Avid Technology, where Dmitriy is leading the build-out of an information security and privacy program based on NIST CSF and CSA CCM, covering corporate and customer facing cloud environments, and hardware and software products.

Dmitriy started his career in 1999. Over the first 10 years he had first-hand experience with servers and data centers, NOCs and SOCs as he worked in, and consulted for defense contractors, public and private financial and medical companies, and nonprofits.

Prior to joining Avid in 2018, Dmitriy spent 11 years at one of the leading information security vendors, CyberArk Software. There he first built and managed the implementation arm of the Professional Services organization for Americas, personally participating in incident response and remediation for some of the largest breaches in US history. Later Dmitriy served as a Cloud Security Architect, helping protect CyberArk SaaS products utilizing CSA CCM and CIS CSC.

Dmitriy advises information security start-ups, and venture capital and private equity firms. He's a member of the GIAC Advisory Board and holds the GISF, GCED and CISSP certifications.

Dmitriy is also a CrossFit and yoga junkie and a huge Patriots, Bruins and Celtics fan.

Avi Shua
CEO & Co-Founder, Orca Security
Avi Shua
CEO & Co-Founder, Orca Security

Avi is the CEO and co-founder of Orca Security, and has more than 25 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry. Previously, he was the Chief Technologist at Check Point where he built and scaled cybersecurity solutions that continue to protect thousands of organizations, to this day. Prior to that, Avi held a variety of key positions within Unit 8200, the Israeli NSA.

Ultimately, he believes that cybersecurity products should always support the organization and not the other way around.

Sachin Jain
CIO/CISO, Evalueserve
Sachin Jain
CIO/CISO, Evalueserve

Sachin Jain is CIO (Global IT Operations) and CISO at Evalueserve. In this function he is responsible for all aspects of strategic IT planning, implementation, support and Information security worldwide as an integral component of business plan. At Evalueserve, Sachin is providing executive leadership as head of Global IT and Information Security. Sachin has engineered the turnaround of IT’s performance and service levels, transformed IT into a strategic business partner, managed and delivered multiple large scale projects on time and within budget. Before joining Evalueserve in Dec 2000, Sachin was leading the project Ties2Family, India's first social networking website way back in 2000. Before that, Sachin has spent about 5 years working with a start up, Asian Paints and as a freelancer.

Sachin has been instrumental in setting up Information Technology groups including a software development team and information security practice at Evalueserve. He had successfully converted the internal software team from a cost center to a profit center.

He won the Award for best CIO under 40 years in 2009, Innovative CIO 100 award in 2007, CIO 100 award in 2012, Green Crusader award in 2012, Astute 100 CIO award in 2013, Dynamic 100 CIO award in 2014, EMC Transformers award in 2012 and 2015, IT Excellence award in 2013, Edge award (2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013), Top CISO 100 award in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, DQ Business Technology Award in 2015, Top 100 innovative CIO award in 2015, Security Supremo Award in 2015, Business Impact Award in 2015 and IDC Insight award in 2014 and 2015

Fernando Montenegro
Principal Research Analyst, Information Security, 451 Research
Fernando Montenegro
Principal Research Analyst, Information Security, 451 Research

Fernando is a Principal Research Analyst on the Information Security team at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. He is based out of Toronto, Canada. He has broad experience in security architecture for enterprise environments. He currently focuses on covering primarily the endpoint security and cloud security markets.

Prior to joining 451 Research, Fernando worked in pre-sales and delivery roles with both startups and established security vendors focusing on different aspects of enterprise security. His areas of interest include security economics (particularly behavior economics), security-focused data science, and cloud-native security. Fernando holds a BSc. in Computer Science and several industry certifications.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Whom is this event intended for?

This Web Briefing is organized for InfoSec and cybersecurity professional looking to expand their knowledge base and interact with fellow industry experts.

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What are CyberConnect Web Briefings?

CyberConnect Web Briefings™ are a new format for online interaction with thought leaders, industry analysts and innovative solution providers.  These panel discussions run 60-75 minutes and include an analyst briefing, live interactive discussions, audience Q&A and a review of potential solutions.

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How do I participate?

Each CyberConnect Web Briefing encourages interaction between the expert panelists and the audience. This moderated panel, and featured analyst, will take live questions asked during the discussion and provide key takeaways from subject matter experts. Register, attend, network with peers and get involved with the cybersecurity community.

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How do I receive my CPE Credit?

All live attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the Web Briefing. This certificate can be used to apply for your valid CPE credit.

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