This Summit has been designed as an information-sharing forum and an intimate networking for a selected group of IT and Business Leaders from largest enterprises across Europe. The exclusivity, visionary and high impact keynote speakers, and personable format of the event allows for the most engaging of conversations and in-depth discussions to take place in a stunning five-star environment. Every delegate will leave the summit enriched — whether it be with new lead projects for partners, or innovative and forward-looking solutions.
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Chair’s Morning Welcome
General Manager and Group Vice President of European Research, IDC
IDC Opening Keynote Session: Harness Digital Disruption to Unleash the Future CISO
Research Vice President
Diamond Partner Thought Leadership: Beyond the Technology: How can Security Enable Business Impact?
Chief Industry Evangelist & Spokesperson, Industry Strategy & Solutions, VMware
End User Keynote: Sharks, Bait, and Lifeguards: How Partnering with the Business Reduces Risk, Enhances Security and Frees Up Resources for the CISO
Chair, Swiss Cyber Forum - Cybersecurity & Law, Formerly Senior Counsel, Global Data Privacy Weatherford
The constant evolution of cyberattacks presents real and existential threats to our businesses and organisations, as well as our societies, our democracies, and ourselves. This dynamic - and costly - reality means that technology alone cannot drive cybersecurity maturity, and demands that we increase capacity through awareness. By inviting key players to the table, we can create cultures of security that support multifaceted programs that reduce the risk of attack, manage threats, and free up the CISO to focus on the sharks that s/he might not otherwise see coming.
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Back to Stage
Platinum Partner 1 Thought Leadership: Harnessing Identity to Position Security as a Business Enabler
Senior Manager, IAM, LastPass by LogMeIn
In a recently published IDC European wide report sponsored by LastPass, the research findings are clear: business leaders want security to demonstrate greater value-add in areas such as operational excellence, user experience and compliance. Yet, with 60% projects kicked off without security involved, it’s almost impossible for security leaders to stop being perceived as blockers.
In this session, Barry will share key insights and guidance on how security leaders can leverage Identity and Access Management (IAM) to turn the challenges they face from within their own teams, and from across the business, into opportunities to deliver on key business priorities that will enable the business to grow and operate securely.
There is also guidance on how to best to position the benefits of IAM by speaking the language of the board.
Gold Partnership 1 Tech Talk - Insights from the Cyber Threat Goldrush
Gold Partnership 2 Tech Talk - How Security Can Help Accelerate Advancements in Edge Computing and 5G
Lead Trends Research and Product Marketing, AT&T Cybersecurity & Checkpoint
SE Director EMEA, AT&T Cybersecurity & Checkpoint
Early deployments of edge computing and 5G have shown that enterprises need to develop a transitional, multi-year strategy for security that considers their evolving hybrid network architecture, decentralization of applications and services, and a newly distributed workforce. Moreover, we’ve realized there is not a singular approach to securing edge computing, as every enterprise’s use case is different in terms of location and connectivity, data privacy and protection, access management, how IoT/OT devices are managed, and more. However, COVID-19 has revealed new opportunities for creating more resiliency in security that can be used to help protect enterprises today and tomorrow as they make the transition to the edge. AT&T Cybersecurity and Check Point will discuss the top 3 things security leaders have changed post-COVID that are helping to provide that security accelerates rather than hinders advancements in edge computing.
Gold Partnership Tech Talk 3 - Bridging the Gap Between OT & IT
Head of Industrial Security, Orange Cyberdefense
As industrial systems become more and more connected, they also become more exposed to vulnerabilities. Learn how Orange Cyberdefense is committed to converging OT and IT security to protect our customers’ processes, people and profit and significantly reduce security vulnerabilities and incidents.
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Summary and Conclusion Day 1
56 Years | 1100 Analysts | 110 Countries
International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. With more than 1,100 analysts worldwide, IDC offers global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries. IDC's analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives. Founded in 1964, IDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), the world's leading media, data and marketing services company. To learn more about IDC, please visit www.idc.com.