Swiss-CyberSecurity: Network Security

January 24th, 2019
14th European Identity & Cloud Conference 2020

 January 24th, 2019 - January 24th, 2019 

Swiss-CyberSecurity: Network Security

Switzerland » 
January 24th, 2019 - January 24th, 2019

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The organizers are building a Swiss CyberSecurity Community of IT Security experts end enthusiasts where attendees can exchange ideas, grow professionally and can extend their network.

Hear Jennifer de Broglie for a forward-thinking discussion on how enterprises are leveraging network security automation to increase agility while maintaining a robust security posture. Jennifer will share local case studies and best practices on how Network Security Policy Orchestration is helping companies to make their networks agile, secure, and compliant in the face of digital transformation.

Alexis Gastaldello and Jean Fran├žois Pujol will present and discuss the existing challenges, solutions and best practices available today to identify the threats, secure the network infrastructure and contain the attacks before they can damage the business operations. From a secure configuration to segmentation including access control security, their day-to-day experience when dealing with IT security organization will be shared.

Paul Simons’ presentation will examine the myth of network security against reality. Specific examples of where the lack of security and the underlying software resulted in serious data leaks and other incidents will be shared. He will then discuss some examples of ‘Disaster Recovery’ disasters and finally touch on what you really need to secure and what to ask your vendors.

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