Cloud, Network, & IoT: Demystifying next-era security risks
Event date: 8th November 2023
Published: 4th October 2023
Cloud, Network, & IoT:
Demystifying next-era security risks
- When: 8th November, 10:00 – 16:30
- Venue: Mercedes-Benz World, Weybridge
- Included: Lunch & optional driving experience
Most IP-enabled devices are not Windows or Linux based – leaving some companies blind to critical vulnerabilities and reliant on the device vendors to find and close them.
Moreover, cloud migration also brings new risks that must be overcome to unlock business value, but tackling these risks is often beyond thes reach of today’s practices – leaving the door open to known and unknown risk exploitation and poor migration outcomes.
Join us 8th November as we explore the lesser known risks of cloud migration and smart devices like door and light sensors, thermostats and wifi access points, and give practical examples for how to address them, including:
- De-risking the reliance on IoT vendors to find and stop device security vulnerabilities
- The types of security drift risks that emerge between pen tests, and how to address them
- Ensuring the performance of distributed, cloud-deployed apps and the SD-WAN security gateways protecting them.
Networking lunch with fellow IT and Security professionals is included, as is the option to join us for complimentary driving experiences in a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon off-road 4×4 and AMG V8 round the high speed track.
Our speakers include:
Rob Pocock, Technology Director, Red Helix
A regular contributor to articles published in the tech media, Rob leads the strategies at Red Helix in solving security challenges for companies in closely regulated industries.
Working at Red Helix for over 23 years, Rob also designs, builds, and leads the teams that install, proof-test, and manage security resilience platforms for major network owners.
Scott Register, VP of Security Solutions, Keysight
Scott is an industry pioneer in security innovation, designing solutions that are relied upon by enterprises for their security protection, and security vendors for ensuring their solutions perform as required.
Scott is also an inventor of multiple network and security patents, making him an engaging and well-informed speaker at security industry events across the world.
Who should attend?
This workshop is for senior IT / Security professionals with responsibility for security strategy, or running of their company’s security protection needs.
Our event is now full. If you would like to be on standby for a place should one of our guests become unable to attend, please complete the registration form.