Speaking opportunity: Infosecurity webinar, March 3 2016

I’ve openings for an analyst and an independent consultant or CIO speaker on the following session, which is at 1500 GMT on Thurs, March 3 2016:


Protect the Data Inside the Center

If protecting the perimeter is no longer enough, then what about protecting what exists inside your data center? With the new EU data protection rules now looking likely to become law in the next two years, there could be more of a move to better secure your IT environment. Whether or not it’s inside or outside your perimeter, you need to ensure that your data is secure and available even when moving it between private and public data centers and vice versa.

Most companies focus their security on their data center perimeter, but all it takes is one weak link to cause serious headaches as traffic behind the perimeter is not secured as well.

Join us on this webinar looking at the next big evolution in data center and cloud mobility security, sponsored by VMware, to look at the benefits of automation, protecting the traffic within your data center and choosing freely which data remains in the data center and which data you entrust to the cloud in 2016.

Discussion topics include:

  • Why is perimeter security no longer enough?
  • How can you protect the traffic behind your perimeter in the most efficient and effective way?
  • Does automation offer a better solution to manual processes?
  • The pros and cons of visualized networking and security.


As always, if you’re interested in speaking on this hour-long session, please drop me an email in the first instance, no later than 12 February 2016.


About stephenpritchard
Freelance journalist specialising in business and technology, based in London (UK).

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