Join us for a combined Virtual Roundtable and Whisky Masterclass on Accelerating Secure Cloud Adoption, which we are running between 4.30 pm and 6.30 pm on Thursday 10 March 2022.
At this event, we start with the assumption that while many organisations are under pressure to accelerate their cloud migration to gain a competitive advantage, the reality is that you can’t cut corners when it comes to security.
So, the question becomes: how can we better plan our cloud migrations, to both save time and reduce the risk of data loss or compromise in the cloud, where we have less visibility and control over our sensitive data and critical applications?
This roundtable will operate under the Chatham House Rule and use a Q&A format, so you will not only have an opportunity to ask your own questions, but just as importantly, you will be able to listen to and learn from the questions posed by your peers.
Good examples of the kind of questions, we might expect to answer include:
What role can CIOs and cyber professionals play to accelerate cloud transformation and encourage innovation, without increasing security risk?
How do we develop a formal cloud governance practice to improve visibility, compliance and business continuity, and avoid an out-of-control, sprawling cloud architecture?
When the “chips are down”, how does the shared responsibility model in the cloud actually work and how should we prepare for an incident?
What about multi-cloud? What happens to our risk profile if our data is “on the move” between clouds or from on-prem to the cloud?
How can you best extend cloud security from the cloud provider to the end point, to secure traffic which is outside of your network and improve the remote worker user experience at the same time?
Brett Ayres, Services Director, Teneo
David Greenwood, Public Cloud Security Advisor, Palo Alto Networks
Following the discussion, please join us for a relaxed whisky tasting experience. We will send you a hand-picked selection of fine whisky in advance, so please register asap to ensure you receive your whisky delivery in plenty of time. If you don’t drink Whisky, then we have alternatives, such as Gin. If you don’t drink at all, then you can attend the roundtable and skip the drinks.
How to Register
Registration is by invitation only. If you would like to join the discussion, then please let us know. Please note that if you do register, then your company name will be shared with other delegates and potential delegates. This is to help us create the most useful discussion possible.
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