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    • [CPE Credit Panel] AI & Machine Learning in Cybersecurity
      [CPE Credit Panel] AI & Machine Learning in Cybersecurity Diana Kelley (Microsoft) | Mary Writz (Micro Focus) | Chris Morales (Vectra Networks) | Barbara Kay (ExtraHop) Recorded: Apr 17 2018 5:30 pm UTC 53 mins
    • Artificial intelligence and machine learning can power cyber attacks and disrupt the operations of organizations on a global level. ML can also help organizations detect and analyze threats faster, as well as respond to attacks and security incidents. What are the latest advancements in AL & ML? How can we incorporate ML to improve our security posture and better protect our data?

      Join security experts, researchers and practitioners for an interactive Q&A roundtable discussion. Viewers will learn more about:
      - The latest AI/ML trends and applications in cyber security
      - ML tasks for better security
      - Threats, detection & response
      - Hype vs. reality
      - Recommendations for CISOs

      Speakers:
      - Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft
      - Mary Writz, Director of Product Management, ArcLight, Micro Focus
      - Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics, Vectra Networks
      - Barbara Kay, Sr. Director of Security, ExtraHop

      This is a CPE credit session in partnership with ITSPmagazine and (ISC)². This panel will be streamed LIVE from San Francisco during RSAC week.

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    • [Ep.11] Founder's Spotlight: Richard C. Wilson, Founder & CEO,Family Office Club
      [Ep.11] Founder's Spotlight: Richard C. Wilson, Founder & CEO,Family Office Club Ryan Ross & Richard C. Wilson Recorded: Apr 17 2018 2:00 pm UTC 27 mins
    • This webinar is part of BrightTALK's Founders Spotlight series. In this episode, Ryan Ross interviews Richard C. Wilson of The Family Office Club, talking about the origins & challenges that arose in creating the company, and the value that The Family Office Club creates.

      Richard C. Wilson helps $100M+ net worth families create and manage their single family offices and currently manages 14 clients including mandates with three billionaire families and as the CEO of a $500M+ single family office and Head of Direct Investments for another with $200M+ in assets.

      Richard is author of the #1 bestselling book in the family office industry, The Single Family Office: Creating, Operating, and Managing the Investments of a Single Family Office and a recently released book called How to Start a Family Office: Blueprints for Setting Up Your Single Family Office. Richard has his undergraduate degree from Oregon State University, his M.B.A. from University of Portland, and has studied master’s level psychology through Harvard’s ALM program while previously residing in Boston. Richard currently resides 10 minutes from downtown Miami on the island of Key Biscayne, Florida with his wife and three daughters.

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    • Leveraging Microservice Architectures & Event-Driven Systems for Global APIs
      Leveraging Microservice Architectures & Event-Driven Systems for Global APIs Ben Stopford - Technologist, Office of the CTO, Confluent Recorded: Apr 18 2018 9:00 am UTC 59 mins
    • Are events the new API? Event driven systems provide some unique properties, particularly for microservice architectures, as they can be used both for notification as well as for state transfer. This lets systems run in a broad range of use cases that cross geographies, clouds and devices.

      In this talk we will look at what event driven systems are; how they provide a unique contract for services to communicate and share data and how stream processing tools can be used to simplify the interaction between different services, be them closely coupled or largely disconnected.

      About the presenter:

      Ben is a technologist working in the Office of the CTO at Confluent Inc (the company behind Apache Kafka). He’s worked on a wide range of projects, from implementing the latest version of Kafka’s replication protocol through to developing strategies for streaming applications. Before Confluent Ben led the design and build of a company-wide data platform for a large investment bank. His earlier career spanned a variety of projects at Thoughtworks and UK-based enterprise companies. He is the author of the book “Designing Event Driven Systems”, O’Reilly, 2018. Find out more at http://benstopford.com.

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    • How Customer Intelligence Platforms Power Customer Experiences with AI
      How Customer Intelligence Platforms Power Customer Experiences with AI Shery Kingstone of 451 Research and David Corrigan of AllSight Recorded: Apr 19 2018 3:00 pm UTC 54 mins
    • 451 Research named Customer Intelligence Platforms (CIPs) as the #1 Customer Experience & Commerce trend for 2018. Changing customer demands, digital transformation and an abundance of data has propelled the need for an intelligent Customer 360, driven by AI and aimed at business-users. These new requirements have set the stage for Customer Intelligence Platforms that do more than consolidate a single view of the customer; they include data governance, machine learning-based synthesis and identity matching, and dynamic UIs including graph, visualization and customer journey analytics.

      In this webinar, hear from Sheryl Kingstone, Research Director at 451 Research and David Corrigan, CEO at AllSight as they explore how CIPs bring together data, analytics and action to address key customer experience (CX) use cases including:
      •Customer-centric marketing and micro-segmentation
      •Interaction personalization and customer journey optimization
      •Self-service data access and customer data lakes
      •CRM and MDM modernization
      •Risk and compliance including GDPR

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    • Making Real-time Payments a Reality - Part 1
      Making Real-time Payments a Reality - Part 1 Andy Brown Recorded: Apr 18 2018 1:00 pm UTC 27 mins
    • Real-time payments provide huge opportunities for financial service providers to create value added services for consumers in today’s fast moving world. However, this provides a great challenge for many Banks and Financial institutions who need to invest in technology that can handle the fast response times and always available service.

      WEBINAR PART 1:
      Join us for part one of this interactive webinar series on 18th April where NCR’s Authentic experts will explore the global drivers, implementations and technical demands of Real-time payments.

      Don't forget to register for Part 2 of this webinar.

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    • Betting the Right Trifecta: Connectors, Containers and APIs
      Betting the Right Trifecta: Connectors, Containers and APIs Manfred Bortenschlager, Director, Business Development for Agile Integration and API-based Integration Solutions, Red Hat Recorded: Apr 18 2018 2:00 pm UTC 34 mins
    • Microservices are a great architectural approach with many benefits when done right. However, microservices alone are by far not enough to succeed in the API Economy.

      We argue that the inner and outer aspects of an IT infrastructure need to be constructed in a way so that microservices can be exploited and lead to the desired business benefits.

      In this talk we introduce the concept of Agile Integration as an approach to build an inner and outer infrastructure. This concept is based on three pillars: distributed connectors, containers and APIs.

      About our speaker:
      For the last 15 years, Manfred's work, research, publications and teaching have revolved around API-based integration solutions (application programming interfaces). He is a regular speaker at API conferences and published several thought leadership pieces in the API space like the “API Owner’s Manual”.
      He knows the whole stack of his trade, starting as software developer, researcher, developer evangelist, and product marketer. Currently, Manfred is Business Development Director for Agile Integration and API-based Integration Solutions at the open-source company Red Hat.
      Manfred holds a PhD in Mobile Computing and completed an Executive MBA.

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    • File vs. Block vs. Object Storage
      File vs. Block vs. Object Storage Mark Carlson, Toshiba, Alex McDonald, NetApp, Saqib Jang, Chelsio, John Kim, Mellanox Recorded: Apr 17 2018 5:00 pm UTC 67 mins
    • File vs. Block vs. Object Storage

      When it comes to storage, a byte is a byte is a byte, isn’t it?

      One of the enduring truths about simplicity is that scale makes everything hard, and with that comes complexity. And when we’re not processing the data, how do we store it and access it?

      The only way to manage large quantities of data is to make it addressable in larger pieces, above the byte level. For that, we’ve designed sets of data management protocols that help us do several things: address large lumps of data by some kind of name or handle, organize it for storage on external storage devices with different characteristics, and provide protocols that allow us to programmatically write and read it.

      In this webcast, we'll compare three types of data access: file, block and object storage, and the access methods that support them. Each has its own use cases, and advantages and disadvantages; each provides simple to sophisticated data management; and each makes different demands on storage devices and programming technologies.

      Perhaps you’re comfortable with block and file, but are interested in investigating the more recent class of object storage and access. Perhaps you’re happy with your understanding of objects, but would really like to understand files better, and what advantages or disadvantages they have compared to each other. Or perhaps you want to understand how file, block and object are implemented on the underlying storage systems – and how one can be made to look like the other, depending on how the storage is accessed. Join us as we discuss and debate:

      Storage devices
      oHow different types of storage drive different management & access solutions
      Block
      oWhere everything is in fixed-size chunks
      oSCSI and SCSI-based protocols, and how FC and iSCSI fit in
      Files
      oWhen everything is a stream of bytes
      oNFS and SMB
      Objects
      oWhen everything is a blob
      oHTTP, key value and RESTful interfaces
      Altogether…
      oWhen files, blocks and objects collide

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    • Understanding the FCPA: Recent Trends and Considerations
      Understanding the FCPA: Recent Trends and Considerations Scott Stringer and Amy Slevinski – Baker Tilly Recorded: Apr 18 2018 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) was enacted in 1977 making it illegal to make payments to foreign government officials for the purpose of obtaining or keeping business. The anti-bribery provisions of the FCPA require maintenance of accurate books and records as well as an adequate system of internal controls. Please join this webinar to gain an overview of the FCPA, discuss recent enforcement trends throughout the years, and understand how the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) considers a company’s existing compliance program when assessing penalties. The webinar will cover common methodologies and frameworks for identifying possible gaps in existing compliance programs, common pitfalls and considerations when assessing and remediating anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance gaps, highlighting areas where internal audit practitioners can contribute to a company's anti-corruption monitoring efforts.

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    • [Expert Panel] Are Containers & Microservices Ready for the Enterprise?
      [Expert Panel] Are Containers & Microservices Ready for the Enterprise? Robert Starmer, Tarak Modi, Mandy Hubbard Recorded: Apr 18 2018 5:00 pm UTC 64 mins
    • Join this live webcam panel moderated by Robert Starmer, Cloud Advisor and Founding Partner at Kumulus Technologies, to discuss the state of containers and microservices in the enterprise, and answer the following questions:

      Are containers and container managers like Kubernetes ready to deal with state, and state based services to support Enterprise workloads?
      Is the security model of the Docker container revolution enough for Enterprise applications?
      What is needed from a management domain to support Enterprise operations of a Container enabled Enterprise?
      Is the Hybrid model for container management mature enough to support Enterprises approach to the container cloud model?
      What is still missing in the container ecosystem in order to support Enterprise cloud transition?

      Robert will be joined by the following expert panelists:

      - Tarak Modi, President & CTO, TekNirvana
      - Mandy Hubbard, Software Engineer/QA Architect, CSDisco

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    • Panel: IoT Empowering Digital Transformation with Cloud Security
      Panel: IoT Empowering Digital Transformation with Cloud Security Stuart Davis, Kelvin Rorive, Romain Fourchereau, Markus Handte & Andrew Shepherd Upcoming: Apr 20 2018 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    • To catalyse digital transformation, business and IT leaders are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT is empowering businesses and consumers to connect to the Cloud, applications, and services. Most importantly - to handle the deluge of data they collect, consume, and analyse. In this context, the role of Cloud security and actionable intelligence is highly significant.

      Take a virtual seat on this cross-industry panel discussion covering the Internet of Things as one of driving forces behind Digital Transformation. The panellists will exchange their experiences and how their organizations approach cloud security and have changed their security strategy to actionable intelligence.

      Panellists;
      * Romain Fouchereau, IOT Analyst IDC
      * Markus Handte, Director of Systems Engineering EMEA ForeScout Technologies
      * Kelvin Rorive, Manager IT Security operations & Threat at Rabobank
      * Stuart Davis, Director of Global Services & Intelligence

      Moderated by;
      * Andrew Shepherd, Palo Alto Networks

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    • Containerizing your Existing Applications: Key Benefits & Questions to Ask
      Containerizing your Existing Applications: Key Benefits & Questions to Ask Ritesh Patel, Co-Founder & VP of Products, Nirmata Recorded: Apr 19 2018 3:00 pm UTC 54 mins
    • It is no secret that containers have entered mainstream and are here to stay. Every IT organization is exploring the use of containers. It is easy to make the case for using containers for new applications, especially the ones designed with a microservices architecture.

      The benefits of containerizing microservices applications are immediate and well understood. But what about the hundreds or sometimes thousands of applications that enterprise IT teams are already supporting. Shouldn’t they get some ‘container’ love? Can ‘containerizing’ these applications ‘modernize’ them, extending their useful life? If your applications are running fine, does it even make sense to bother containerizing them all?

      In this webinar, we answer these questions and discuss a simple framework to decide if you will benefit by containerizing your applications. For organizations interested in adopting containers, we will look at how they can successfully deliver a container-as-a-service to operate and manage these containerized applications.

      About the presenter:

      Ritesh Patel is a co-founder and VP, Products at Nirmata, a cloud-native application management platform build on Kubernetes. Ritesh has around 15 years of enterprise software development experience and has led software development teams. Prior to Nirmata, Ritesh was responsible for private cloud strategy and business development at Brocade where he led various OpenStack related initiatives and created a partner ecosystem. Ritesh has also held key technical positions at Trapeze Networks, Nortel and Motorola. Ritesh holds an MBA from UC Berkeley and MS from Michigan State University.

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    • How to Achieve Cloud Control Using Micro Focus Hybrid Cloud Management
      How to Achieve Cloud Control Using Micro Focus Hybrid Cloud Management Shaw Zhang, Neil Miles Recorded: Apr 18 2018 4:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • Brought to you by the Vivit Automation & Cloud Builders Special Interest (SIG) Group.

      Attend this webinar to receive a live demonstration of public cloud service brokering, aggregation and governance using the Micro Focus Hybrid Cloud Management solution. HCM allows IT to easily aggregate public cloud resources into an end-user catalog, while providing governance and analytics to ensure business unit consumption is visible and within budget. In addition, learn how improved control of public cloud spending can help you start building a strong business case for cloud management.

      Cloud Aggregation & Brokering
      - Cloud service aggregation to quickly aggregate hybrid cloud services and publish offerings in catalog
      - Self-service web portal access to catalog services for end users to consume services

      Hybrid Cloud Governance
      - Get visibility into IT cloud costs with show-back reporting for LOBs/organizations
      - Policy-based budget quota management to proactively track cloud costs and notify on quota overages

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