Date: Tuesday, 13th April 2021
Time: 10:30am AEST
Australia & New Zealand
Synopsis and overview of the session
With the threat of cybercriminals breaching their defences and then moving long distances horizontally inside their datacentres, many organizations are looking to tighten security segmentation policies. But segmentation is hard. Lack of visibility, new application architectures, existing policy complexity and increasingly heterogeneous environments mean that even small changes to security segmentation policy have a big impact on infrastructure.
So, is the answer to decouple security segmentation from the network architecture? What is required to accomplish this? What are the implications of an architectural shift?
And is it possible to increase security segmentation easier, safer, and with less cost than traditional means?
Focus Network, in partnership with Illumio, will bring IT Security leaders to open discussion to share ideas, questions and suggestions on:
- The requirements for an effective micro-segmentation strategy
- The latest micro-segmentation technologies: how they work and when to use them
- Network segmentation vs. micro-segmentation
- With so many different options, what micro-segmentation solution do you choose?
- How to ease the segmentation challenge while keeping vital applications safe
- The key steps to implementation
Nathanael Iverson, Chief Evangelist, Illumio
Nathanael Iversen, as Illumio’s Chief Evangelist, helps prospects and customers understand micro-segmentation in all its forms and how Illumio solve problems for organizations of all sizes. In previous roles with the company, he was responsible for training
Illumio’s sales, systems engineering, and customer success teams after holding a variety of operational roles. He has over two decades of customer-facing experience, with a broad background in networking, security, and virtualization. Nathanael has held positions in systems engineering, product management, and technical marketing; has experience with enterprise data centers and telecommunications provider networks. He began his career designing and implementing large-scale data centers for the U.S. Air Force. Nathanael holds a degree in Communication Systems Design from the Community College of the Air Force.
Andrew Milroy, Founder, Veqtor8
Andrew Milroy is the founder of Veqtor8, a digital risk advisory firm, based in Singapore. His work involves empowering organisations to manage risk more effectively.
He is a well-known technology thought leader and speaker in the APAC region. Since moving to Singapore in 2011, he has held regional leadership roles with Frost & Sullivan, IDC, Nelson-Hall and Ovum (now Omdia). These roles have also given him the opportunity to live and work in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
He has been providing advisory services relating to cybersecurity for over 20 years. In his 10 years at Frost & Sullivan, Andrew grew the technology business into one of APAC’s leading sources of cybersecurity research and consulting services. Andrew works closely with leading buyers and vendors of cybersecurity products and services. Andrew is frequently invited to speak, chair and moderate at major technology events. He is also widely quoted in the press and often appears on broadcast media, including BBC, CNBC, Bloomberg and Channel News Asia.
Illumio enables organizations to realize a future without high-profile breaches by providing visibility, segmentation, and control of all network communications across any data center or cloud. Founded in 2013, the world’s largest enterprises, including Morgan Stanley, BNP Paribas, Salesforce, and Oracle NetSuite, trust Illumio to reduce cyber risk. For more information, visit www.illumio.com/what-we-do.
Agenda at a glance
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm – Registration & networking
4.00 pm – 4.05pm – Welcome address
4.05 pm – 5.15pm – 3 course lunch served4.05 pm – 4.45pm – Embracing disruption in the financial services industry: A Privacy versus Security conundrum – Amanda Chan, BlackBerry
4.45 pm – 5.15pm – Demo
5.15pm – 5.45pm – Discussion
5.45 pm – 6pm – Closing remarks