Doug ToothNetwork & Security Architect, Historic Environment Scotland
Network & Security Architect, Historic Environment Scotland
Greg DayCSO EMEA, Palo Alto Networks
Steven BrownDirector, Consilium UK
Round-Table: Emerging Cloud Technologies and Zero Trust (Glasgow)
Join us for a security round-table lunch on “Emerging Cloud Technologies and Zero Trust” at the Corinthian Club in Glasgow on Wednesday, 29 May.
At this gathering, we’ll discuss the benefits and trade-offs of emerging technologies like containers and serverless computing. We’ll uncover the costs, risks, requirements and limitations, and dive into how you can assess overall business and security value. We’ll also discuss the new Zero Trust architecture and why it is likely to form the future foundation for pubic cloud security.
Our special guests are Doug Tooth, Network and Security Architect at Historic Environment Scotland and Andrew Cameron, Network Security Analyst at West Dunbartonshire Council. The session will be facilitated by Greg Day, CSO, EMEA, Palo Alto Networks.
Key topics to be covered at the lunch include:
> Benefits and trade-offs of putting emerging technologies into practice, along with best practices around securely deploying, operationalising and managing them
> How to establish policies in your organisation that allow you to quickly address the security and business needs of the next technology on the horizon
> How to deploy a Zero Trust architecture, with an ability to authenticate and secure communications regardless of location, so that you can adopt the cloud paradigm with far greater security
At this event, you will get the most value from the opportunity to discuss common problems with other IT security executives. For this reason, there will be no PowerPoints or formal presentations.
To ensure a robust single conversation, where you learn from others, there are only limited delegate places available.