infosecurity 2021 | April 1, 2021
This year, we will be present with three sessions at the virtual edition of infosecurity 2021, one of the biggest events regarding IT security, digital transformation, and cloud solutions for IT professionals.
We would like to invite you to our keynotes: Threat detection: can you still see the forest for the trees?
April 1, 12:30 – 13:00, Stage 3
When we talk about threat detection, a lot of acronyms pop up. What is what? And which of those solutions suits your organization best? IT teams often no longer see the forest for the trees. Artificial intelligence sounds like a promising solution that can help keep an overview, but how exactly does it replace the Security Analyst?
By Bart Manteleers, Head of Business Development at Orange Cyberdefense
How to secure your workloads from disasters (with Rubrik and Nutanix)
April 1, 13:30-14:00, Stage 6
PCCW Global is present in 60 countries and counts more than 2000 employees. In order to have worldwide connectivity, they need a resilient infrastructure that requires minimal work because their IT team only consists of 10 people. PCCW global, therefore, opted for Nutanix to run their IT in the private cloud in a resilient and scalable way and for Rubrik to save their IT in case something goes wrong. During this technical session, we will explain all about this project and the technologies used.
By Frédéric Lhoest, Senior Technology Architect at PCCW & Mathias Caluwaerts, Solution Architect at Orange Cyberdefense
Digital innovation: heaven for cybercriminals
April 1, 14:30-15:00, Stage 3
Third-party connections extend the company’s security perimeter and thus enlarge its attack vector. This increases the attractiveness for cybercriminals exponentially. So, more than ever, your ability to proactively detect, monitor, and respond to cybersecurity incidents becomes business-critical.
In this session, we will take a well-thought-out cybersecurity incident response strategy that will foster your digital innovation efforts. Is it possible to prevent all incidents, or is it better to ‘prepare for the worst’, with a well-thought-out crisis plan?
By Steve Bielen, Cyber Security Advisor at Orange Cyberdefense
So, do not hesitate to save your virtual seat for these sessions and please request a meeting with our speakers and other team members during this event.
Looking forward to seeing you at infosecurity 2021!