IDC Security Roadshow The Future Enterprise: Trusted, Resilient, Sovereign

In-Person Event | London | April 21, 2022

Overview

As firms emerge from the Covid chaos, the focus on the "new" becomes centre stage. In this new age, there is one certainty: businesses will continue to face disruption caused by Covid and multiple other challenges, such as sophisticated cyber-attacks, supply chain problems, and extreme weather events. Where are organisations heading, and what new challenges are lurking? IDC’s concept of the Future Enterprise spans all disciplines, but core to this is Trust, a must-have attribute for all companies. Security is, of course, at the heart of Trust, but Trust also encompasses sustainability, brand, customer experience other key aspects. Can Security professionals embrace the full extent of Trust? Resilience has become a key mantra but again it extends beyond security. IDC defines digital resilience as the ability of companies to withstand disruption based on robust digital platforms.

What can the organisation learn from Security’s pedigree in resilient behaviours? And now the issue of sovereignty lurks, as policy makers and advocates raise concerns over ownership and control of IT assets, infrastructure, and data. Navigating the prickly world of digital sovereignty is trepidatious, and once again our organisations will look to security for leadership and capability. Are you up to the challenge?

 

Join us on April 21st from 08:30-17:00 to discuss:

  • Data Sovereignty
  • XDR Tools
  • New Intelligent Threats
  • Converging Worlds IT & OT
  • Automated SOC
  • Mitigating Risk
  • Conflicting Data Regulations
  • Cloud & Vulnerability
  • Network Technicians VS Security Practitioners

Event Highlights


We would like to thank all the delegates and the partners who participated at this event.

A selected group of IT and business leaders came together to network and learn from IDCs analysts, inspiring speakers and dedicated advisory board members, who were at the forefront of the lively and interactive discussion.

If you missed the event or if you would like more information on any of the topics we discussed, click the button below to watch a recording or access the post-event content.


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Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
8:30

Registration and Coffee

9:30

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Duncan Brown

Vice President, European Enterprise Research, IDC
9:40

IDC Keynote: Resilience and Trust Drive Security Priorities in 2022

Joel Stradling

Research Director, Research Director, European Security, IDC UK

In 2022, there is only one certainty: businesses will continue to face disruptions due to Covid, sophisticated cyber-attacks, supply chain disruption, geopolitical friction, and extreme weather events. How can security leaders reassess their strategy in this new set-up?

10:10

Diamond Keynote: Enabling Data-Driven Cybersecurity to Protect People, Devices, and Data everywhere.

Ricardo Ferreira

Field CISO, Fortinet

Cybersecurity incidents have increased substantially in the last years, fuelled by the digital transformation that organizations are going through. As such, policymakers, regulators, and state members have focused on resilience and cybersecurity as critical areas to improve. 

The latest guidance and proposals for cybersecurity and resilience show us the path to build the next generation of organizations. Organizations that leverage an integrated and cooperative ecosystem of cybersecurity solutions can foster trust, resilience, and the ability to conduct business across geo-distributed jurisdictions. Join Fortinet in this session to learn how the next generation of enterprises can: 

  • Understand the risk associated with the current acceleration of digitization 
  • Learn ways of protecting an increasingly remote workforce 
  • Understand current and future security trends (Data from FortiGuard Labs) 
  • Leverage Zero Trust to protect Cloud ecosystems and their applications
10:40

Platinum Keynote: S.M.A.R.T. Risk Management – A Data Driven Approach

Valentina Raineri

Senior Solution Engineer & Country Offering Manager, CIPP/E, OneTrust

Relying on an individual’s experience and perspective to apply a likelihood and impact score is a highly variable exercise, making the subjective nature of risk a challenge for organizations across the globe. In addition, the digital transformation has given businesses more information than they know what to do within certain circumstances. Organizations can map the interconnectedness of risk to harness real-time updates and standardize risk at scale using careful data classification methods and flexible risk formulas. In this session, we’ll discuss how organizations can take a S.M.A.R.T. goal-oriented approach to connect enterprise data and translate the information into meaningful risk insights.​

KEY TAKEAWAYS​:

· Identify data across business applications for the latest risk data.​

·Automatically categorize information to deliver meaningful insights across risk, compliance, and your executive teams​

· Leverage risk scoring that incorporates both qualitative and quantitative inputs to remove the guesswork involved in evaluating risk

11:00

End User Keynote: Who (and what) can you Trust?: Identity in a Thrustless World

Julia Harris

Information Security Assurance and Compliance Director - Flight Centre
11:20

Networking Coffee Break ¦ One-To-One Meetings

11:50

Platinum Keynote: Unknown Unknowns. The Truths, Myths and Misconceptions of Modern Cybercrime

Alex Jinivizian

VP Strategy & Corporate Development, eSentire
12:10

Panel Discussion

Lee-Martin King

Datacenter/Enterprise Sales Manager EMEA, AMD

Ricardo Ferreira

Field CISO, Fortinet

Valentina Raineri

Senior Solution Engineer & Country Offering Manager, CIPP/E, OneTrust

Joel Stradling

Research Director, Research Director, European Security, IDC UK

Alex Jinivizian

VP Strategy & Corporate Development, eSentire
12:40

IDC Research Insight

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA
12:55

Networking Lunch ¦ One-To-One Meetings ¦ VIP Lunch

14:00

IDC Connect (Parallel Sessions)

Delegates are invited to attend the following facilitated peer to peer discussion groups. Following one hour of discussion, debate and idea sharing, each discussion group will share with the audience their key takeaways from their conversations, so that you don't miss out on any of the areas below.

IDC Connect 1

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 1: Stop Looking for Acronyms in the Alphabet Soup - And Focus on Meeting the Organization’s Needs

Patrick Grillo

Senior Director, Solutions Marketing, Fortinet

IDC Connect 2

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 2: More Agile and Secure IoT in the Converging Worlds of OT and IT

Valentina Raineri

Senior Solution Engineer & Country Offering Manager, CIPP/E, OneTrust

IDC Connect 3

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 3: Preparing for a Ransomware Attack – How to Formulate an Action Plan to Mitigate Risk

Alex Jinivizian

VP Strategy & Corporate Development, eSentire

IDC Connect 4

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 4: How to make Security Sustainable?

Lee-Martin King

Datacenter/Enterprise Sales Manager EMEA, AMD

IDC Connect 5

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 5: How do you Avoid “Secure-by-Chance” in a Security-by-Budget World?

Ian McShane

Ian McShane, VP Strategy & Field CTO, Arctic Wolf

IDC Connect 6

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 6: Navigating the Threat Landscape: Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Warnings

Steve Morgan

Enterprise Sales Director, Sophos

IDC Connect 7

14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 7: Do you really know what is running in your cloud(s)? Like really, really?

Ryan Sheldrake

Field CTO EMEA, Lacework
IDC Connect 1
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 1: Stop Looking for Acronyms in the Alphabet Soup - And Focus on Meeting the Organization’s Needs

IDC Connect 2
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 2: More Agile and Secure IoT in the Converging Worlds of OT and IT

IDC Connect 3
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 3: Preparing for a Ransomware Attack – How to Formulate an Action Plan to Mitigate Risk

IDC Connect 4
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 4: How to make Security Sustainable?

IDC Connect 5
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 5: How do you Avoid “Secure-by-Chance” in a Security-by-Budget World?

IDC Connect 6
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 6: Navigating the Threat Landscape: Today’s Challenges, Tomorrow’s Warnings

IDC Connect 7
14:00 - 15:00

Discussion Group 7: Do you really know what is running in your cloud(s)? Like really, really?

15:00

IDC Connect – Feedback Session

Duncan Brown

Vice President, European Enterprise Research, IDC
15:40

Platinum Keynote: Why Your Hardware Choices can Further Secure Your IT Environment

Lee-Martin King

Datacenter/Enterprise Sales Manager EMEA, AMD

A strong IT security is a critical element of enterprise agendas today. AMD offers a consistent approach to securing data and protecting system integrity in both servers and client devices. Several generations of AMD “Zen” family processors provide robust on-silicon mechanisms to encrypt data-in-use, located in system memory, CPU registers and cache.

It is not a mere “feeds and speeds” conversation anymore as your software and data integrity is in part defined by the underlying hardware. Profound architectural differences in the x86 CPU security stacks and unique features require paying extra attention to the choice of your compute tier.

This presentation will explain AMD’s hardware accelerated memory and VM encryption, potential use-cases it is designed to address, and provide confidential compute implementation examples. The speaker will also explain AMD’s first-to-market implementation of Microsoft Pluton technology in the newest client devices

 

16:00

Networking Coffee Break ¦ One-To-One Meetings

16:10

IDC’s Future Predictions and Key Takeaways

16:20

Chair’s Last Comments and Prize Draw

Duncan Brown

Vice President, European Enterprise Research, IDC
16:30

END OF CONFERENCE

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General Information

 

133 Houndsditch

 

April 21

 

08:30 - 17:00

 

Location

133 Houndsditch, Liverpool St, London EC3A 7BX

Contact Us

Hannah Dowie

Event Producer - Conferences, IDC UK

+442089877169

Helena Chappell

Senior Business Development Director, European Event Sales, IDC UK

+44(0)208 987 7161

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