Thought Leadership Panel: Getting to a Successful SASE Implementation - Assessments and Answers
Thursday, June 10th, 1pm EST / 10am PST featuring Juniper Networks, Security Experts and CISOs
As applications and workloads head to the cloud, work from anywhere continues, devices continue to proliferate, organizations need clear ways to securely enable digital business transformation and innovation.
In this webinar, leading security experts discuss how Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE, can help your organization build a framework that provides the security and network architecture that supports the emerging cloud-based, remote work environment.
Join security experts as they share insights:
- Definitions, misconceptions and mythbusting around SASE
- Where the industry is on the journey to SASE
- Drivers to successful SASE implementations
- Key interoperability, context, and policy issues and considerations
- Addressing complexity in multi-vendor and multi-division implementations
Get answers from security experts and thought leaders on SASE for enterprises with interactive Q&A. Reserve your seat by filling out the form to the right.
By signing up you will receive consideration guides, maturity matrix models, an opportunity for a shadow IoT report to help you evaluate how your organization is progressing on the road to SASE.
Amazon Gift Card Offer: Must be Network, IT, or Security professional in North America and attend for atleast 10 minutes to qualify. Offer good while supplies last.
Samantha Madrid is VP Security Business & Strategy at Juniper Networks. She previously served as the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for E8 Security (recently acquired by VMware). Prior to that, she held leadership roles at Palo Alto Networks, Forcepoint, and Cisco.
Gerhard Eschelbeck, former Google CISO, is regarded as one of the foremost experts on network and system security, was invited to present his research in information security to the U.S. Congress, is a frequent speaker at major industry conferences, and highly-regarded author well-known for publishing the “Laws of Vulnerabilities.” Gerhard previously held CTO positions at Sophos, Webroot and Qualys.
Steve Curtis, Accenture, leads their global communications, media and technology practice, and developed their DevSecOps offering. Previously Steve helped build the technology operations for a major video-on-demand business, securing major aerospace defense programs. Steve also serves as a lecturer at University of Southern California, and volunteers as a coordinator at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Srinivas Akella is Founder and Chief of Products and Technology at WootCloud. is an experienced product leader in driving startup innovation, and converting networking and security ideas into successful companies. Srinivas has participated in three successful exits as well as serving in the Indian Air Forc