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Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise (EMEA)

It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
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    Have you heard of DoT and DoH? DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) have become increasingly newsworthy as some leading technology companies, including computer software and web browser developers, are now enabling these new protocols by default. Historically, communications between DNS clients and servers rarely are encrypted, leaving users vulnerable to spoofing, interception, and other attack types.

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  • Balancing Security and Privacy with DoT and DoH (EMEA) Feb 3 2021 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Paul Adair, Principal Product Manager & David Ayers, Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Have you heard of DoT and DoH? DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) have become increasingly newsworthy as some leading technology companies, including computer software and web browser developers, are now enabling these new protocols by default. Historically, communications between DNS clients and servers rarely are encrypted, leaving users vulnerable to spoofing, interception, and other attack types.

    DoT and DoH were created to solve these issues, but there's a catch. While DoT and DoH help improve DNS privacy, they can also cause significant changes to how browsers, applications and some operating systems function. This allows users to sidestep your traditional DNS controls – increasing exposure to risks and hampering enterprise visibility. Even worse: it's probably happening on your network. Right now.

    Join Paul Adair, Principal Product Manager and David Ayers, Senior Product Marketing Manager to learn:

    - Benefits and impacts of DoT/DoH
    - Recent industry adoption developments
    - Benefits of using internal DNS solutions that not only support DoT and DoH but leverage threat intelligence and analytics to detect and block threats DNS layer

    Save your spot now to learn how you can get privacy without compromising on security.
  • Balancing Security and Privacy with DoT and DoH (APAC) Feb 3 2021 1:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Paul Adair, Principal Product Manager & David Ayers, Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Have you heard of DoT and DoH? DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) have become increasingly newsworthy as some leading technology companies, including computer software and web browser developers, are now enabling these new protocols by default. Historically, communications between DNS clients and servers rarely are encrypted, leaving users vulnerable to spoofing, interception, and other attack types.

    DoT and DoH were created to solve these issues, but there's a catch. While DoT and DoH help improve DNS privacy, they can also cause significant changes to how browsers, applications and some operating systems function. This allows users to sidestep your traditional DNS controls – increasing exposure to risks and hampering enterprise visibility. Even worse: it's probably happening on your network. Right now.

    Join Paul Adair, Principal Product Manager and David Ayers, Senior Product Marketing Manager to learn:

    - Benefits and impacts of DoT/DoH
    - Recent industry adoption developments
    - Benefits of using internal DNS solutions that not only support DoT and DoH but leverage threat intelligence and analytics to detect and block threats DNS layer

    Save your spot now to learn how you can get privacy without compromising on security.
  • Forrester Uncovers the Total Economic Impact of BloxOne Threat Defense Jan 28 2021 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Infoblox, David Holmes, Senior Analyst Forrester, Henry Huang Principal Consultant Forrester
    Cybersecurity is a critical investment all companies make to gain protection against today’s sophisticated attacks. While minimizing risk is the main goal, increasingly, C-suite and the boards of companies are looking to understand the ROI of cybersecurity investments already made.

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    -Quantified cost savings from blocking of potential attacks and improving efficiency of security operations.
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  • Forrester Uncovers the Total Economic Impact of BloxOne Threat Defense (EMEA) Jan 28 2021 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Infoblox, David Holmes, Senior Analyst Forrester, Henry Huang Principal Consultant Forrester
    Cybersecurity is a critical investment all companies make to gain protection against today’s sophisticated attacks. While minimizing risk is the main goal, increasingly, C-suite and the boards of companies are looking to understand the ROI of cybersecurity investments already made.

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    Join Forrester and Infoblox for this webinar to hear more about:

    -The framework used to evaluate the potential financial impact of BloxOne Threat Defense
    -Quantified cost savings from blocking of potential attacks and improving efficiency of security operations
    -How soon the solution pays for itself
  • Forrester Uncovers the Total Economic Impact of BloxOne Threat Defense (APAC) Jan 28 2021 1:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Infoblox, David Holmes, Senior Analyst Forrester, Henry Huang Principal Consultant Forrester
    Cybersecurity is a critical investment all companies make to gain protection against today’s sophisticated attacks. While minimizing risk is the main goal, increasingly, C-suite and the boards of companies are looking to understand the ROI of cybersecurity investments already made.

    Infoblox commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying BloxOne Threat Defense, Infoblox’s DNS security solution. Join Forrester and Infoblox for this webinar to hear more about:

    -The framework used to evaluate the potential financial impact of BloxOne Threat Defense
    -Quantified cost savings from blocking of potential attacks and improving the efficiency of security operations
    -How soon the solution pays for itself
  • Threat Intelligence Update: Emerging Cyberthreats, Malware, and Ransomware Recorded: Jan 20 2021 61 mins
    Michael Zuckerman, Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox
    Infoblox is pleased to present our Q4 2020 Threat Intelligence webinar. This webinar is based upon our Cyber Intelligence Unit research data published between 1 September 2020 through 31 December 2020 in our Q4 2020 Infoblox Quarterly Cyber Threat Report. The session will include data on the original research insight into significant threats recently observed, detailed analysis of advanced malware campaigns, and analysis of new significant attacks in the news.

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  • Threat Intelligence Update: Emerging Cyberthreats, Malware, and Ransomware Recorded: Jan 20 2021 61 mins
    Michael Zuckerman, Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox
    Infoblox is pleased to present our Q4 2020 Threat Intelligence webinar. This webinar is based upon our Cyber Intelligence Unit research data published between 1 September 2020 through 31 December 2020 in our Q4 2020 Infoblox Quarterly Cyber Threat Report. The session will include data on the original research insight into significant threats recently observed, detailed analysis of advanced malware campaigns, and analysis of new significant attacks in the news.

    Key takeaways:

    - New and recently emerged malware variants and trends
    - How these differ from other variants we have seen in the past
    - The state of ransomware
    - Defensive tactics that work
  • Threat Intelligence Update: Emerging Cyberthreats, Malware, and Ransomware Recorded: Jan 20 2021 61 mins
    Michael Zuckerman, Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox
    Infoblox is pleased to present our Q4 2020 Threat Intelligence webinar. This webinar is based upon our Cyber Intelligence Unit research data published between 1 September 2020 through 31 December 2020 in our Q4 2020 Infoblox Quarterly Cyber Threat Report. The session will include data on the original research insight into significant threats recently observed, detailed analysis of advanced malware campaigns, and analysis of new significant attacks in the news.

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    - New and recently emerged malware variants and trends
    - How these differ from other variants we have seen in the past
    - The state of ransomware
    - Defensive tactics that work
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    It’s no secret that responding to cybersecurity incidents just takes too long. Add to that the increasingly distributed nature of the modern workforce and time to remediation becomes even more challenging. In most situations, it’s due to the lack of automated access to information that security teams need as soon as a breach is detected — information such as what parts of the network are affected, what devices are breached, or what’s the nature and severity of the attack.

    With organizations rapidly moving workloads to the cloud and supporting a more distributed workforce than ever before, it becomes harder and harder to gain visibility of everything that’s part of their networks, let alone secure them. Attend and you’ll learn how organizations can use data that is already generated as part of their core network services to gain that visibility. And how to automatically marry that data with threat intel context to help security operations teams triage faster and respond to threats with greater speed and efficacy, no matter where the compromise is.

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    - How to improve visibility of attacks at the edge
    - The best approach to aggregating threat context intelligence
    - Strategies on how to automate the flow of this critical intel
    - How Infoblox and ThreatQuotient improve incident response velocity


    Speakers:

    Cricket Liu, Chief DNS Architect, Infoblox

    Matt Bromiley, SANS Certified Instructor and Consultant, G-C Partners LLC

    Jonathan Couch, SVP of Strategy, ThreatQuotient

    Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing, Infoblox
  • Evolving to a Cloud-Managed Enterprise (EMEA) Recorded: Jan 7 2021 24 mins
    PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Infoblox
    Driven by a need to grow and protect their business, organizations are embracing new technologies and market trends in spite of some very challenging socio-economic conditions. Embracing new technologies can be complex and overwhelming but IT must modernize so businesses can improve their operational efficiency. Regardless of the technologies being considered, one underlying fact is evident; to fully realize the benefits of modernization, they require a solid foundation. Infoblox can provide the foundation to enable, simplify and accelerate your business transformation.

    Join PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, to learn:

    - Why DDI is foundational to modern technology trends
    - The business impact of cloud-managed DDI
    - References to real-world examples describing the business impact of cloud-managed DDI

    PG Menon is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox. He was most recently a Senior Director, at Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Company where he was product marketing lead for its $1.2B switching product line. Before Aruba, PG was senior director of technology strategy at Brocade Communications where he led several corporate initiatives such as SDN and DevOps for cloud and datacenter markets. Prior to Brocade, PG was a founding executive in numerous startups that resulted in M&A with major corporations such as ARRIS International and Cabletron Systems. PG Menon has an MS EE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and BS in EE from IIT, Varanasi, India.
  • Evolving to a Cloud-Managed Enterprise (APAC) Recorded: Jan 7 2021 24 mins
    PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Infoblox
    Driven by a need to grow and protect their business, organizations are embracing new technologies and market trends in spite of some very challenging socio-economic conditions. Embracing new technologies can be complex and overwhelming but IT must modernize so businesses can improve their operational efficiency. Regardless of the technologies being considered, one underlying fact is evident; to fully realize the benefits of modernization, they require a solid foundation. Infoblox can provide the foundation to enable, simplify and accelerate your business transformation.

    Join PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, to learn:

    - Why DDI is foundational to modern technology trends
    - The business impact of cloud-managed DDI
    - References to real-world examples describing the business impact of cloud-managed DDI

    PG Menon is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox. He was most recently a Senior Director, at Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Company where he was product marketing lead for its $1.2B switching product line. Before Aruba, PG was senior director of technology strategy at Brocade Communications where he led several corporate initiatives such as SDN and DevOps for cloud and datacenter markets. Prior to Brocade, PG was a founding executive in numerous startups that resulted in M&A with major corporations such as ARRIS International and Cabletron Systems. PG Menon has an MS EE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and BS in EE from IIT, Varanasi, India.
  • Evolving to a Cloud-Managed Enterprise Recorded: Jan 6 2021 24 mins
    PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Infoblox
    Driven by a need to grow and protect their business, organizations are embracing new technologies and market trends in spite of some very challenging socio-economic conditions. Embracing new technologies can be complex and overwhelming but IT must modernize so businesses can improve their operational efficiency. Regardless of the technologies being considered, one underlying fact is evident; to fully realize the benefits of modernization, they require a solid foundation. Infoblox can provide the foundation to enable, simplify and accelerate your business transformation.

    Join PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, to learn:

    - Why DDI is foundational to modern technology trends
    - The business impact of cloud-managed DDI
    - References to real-world examples describing the business impact of cloud-managed DDI

    PG Menon is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox. He was most recently a Senior Director, at Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Company where he was product marketing lead for its $1.2B switching product line. Before Aruba, PG was senior director of technology strategy at Brocade Communications where he led several corporate initiatives such as SDN and DevOps for cloud and datacenter markets. Prior to Brocade, PG was a founding executive in numerous startups that resulted in M&A with major corporations such as ARRIS International and Cabletron Systems. PG Menon has an MS EE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and BS in EE from IIT, Varanasi, India.
  • Workplace Transformation for the Modern Enterprise Recorded: Dec 10 2020 34 mins
    Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    The workplace is transforming and enterprises need to support the way people work in this modern world. This means having an infrastructure that can support business transformations happening at a rapid pace. Companies need solutions that can keep up with the velocity and scale of an enterprise’s needs and support their cloud migrations, adoption of SDN, their large scale remote workforce and IoT deployments. Co-ordinated administration and management across such a distributed network while reducing cyber risk is complex. Laying an end-to-end foundational network and security solution is crucial to alleviate these challenges.

    Join Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:

    - Improve control and automation across data centers, cloud and distributed locations using DDI
    - Improve your security posture anywhere (in data centers, HQ, branch, home) using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
  • Workplace Transformation for the Modern Enterprise (EMEA) Recorded: Dec 10 2020 34 mins
    Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    The workplace is transforming and enterprises need to support the way people work in this modern world. This means having an infrastructure that can support business transformations happening at a rapid pace. Companies need solutions that can keep up with the velocity and scale of an enterprise’s needs and support their cloud migrations, adoption of SDN, their large scale remote workforce and IoT deployments. Co-ordinated administration and management across such a distributed network while reducing cyber risk is complex. Laying an end-to-end foundational network and security solution is crucial to alleviate these challenges.

    Join Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:

    - Improve control and automation across data centers, cloud and distributed locations using DDI
    - Improve your security posture anywhere (in data centers, HQ, branch, home) using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
  • Workplace Transformation for the Modern Enterprise (APAC) Recorded: Dec 10 2020 34 mins
    Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    The workplace is transforming and enterprises need to support the way people work in this modern world. This means having an infrastructure that can support business transformations happening at a rapid pace. Companies need solutions that can keep up with the velocity and scale of an enterprise’s needs and support their cloud migrations, adoption of SDN, their large scale remote workforce and IoT deployments. Co-ordinated administration and management across such a distributed network while reducing cyber risk is complex. Laying an end-to-end foundational network and security solution is crucial to alleviate these challenges.

    Join Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:

    - Improve control and automation across data centers, cloud and distributed locations using DDI
    - Improve your security posture anywhere (in data centers, HQ, branch, home) using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
  • Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise (EMEA) Recorded: Dec 3 2020 40 mins
    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC & Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager Infoblox
    It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

    Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

    Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
    Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

    Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
    Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
  • Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise (APAC) Recorded: Dec 3 2020 40 mins
    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC & Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager Infoblox
    It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

    Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

    Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
    Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

    Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
    Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
  • Edge Networking Architectures for the Borderless Enterprise Recorded: Dec 2 2020 40 mins
    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC & Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager Infoblox
    It's a dynamic time in enterprise networking. Organizations across the globe are increasingly relying on cloud-based platforms for mission critical applications. Enterprises are realizing the need to enable secure connectivity to a range of endpoints both inside and outside the traditional confines of the enterprise network.

    Legacy networks have been built around the idea of the data center as the central control point, but businesses today operate in a much more distributed reality. The key to a modern edge network architecture is a cloud-based platform that allows network operations and security to be managed centrally but distributed to wherever enterprises need to extend traffic too. The borderless enterprise requires a new way of thinking, and a new architecture, one built on cloud-native principles with the tenants of scalability and security engrained in the platform.

    Join Infoblox and a guest speaker from IDC for a discussion on edge network challenges, how borders between the datacenter, cloud and edge are evolving, what architectures enterprises are looking for to manage this new reality, and an exploration of the critical role DDI and DNS-Layer security play in achieving a modern, cloud-native enterprise network.

    Brandon Butler, Senior Research Analyst, IDC
    Brandon is a Senior Research Analyst with IDC’s Network Infrastructure group covering Enterprise Networks. In this role, he is responsible for market and technology trends, forecasts and competitive analysis in Ethernet switching, routing, wireless LAN, and adjacent emerging segments such as SDN and SD-WAN.

    Glenn Sullivan, Principal Product Manager, Infoblox
    Glenn Sullivan is a Principal Product Manager at Infoblox and joined the Infoblox team when SnapRoute, a company he co-founded in 2015, was acquired by Infoblox.
  • Workforce Modernization for the Distributed Enterprise (EMEA) Recorded: Nov 19 2020 38 mins
    PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    Today’s distributed enterprise is a mix of both on-prem and cloud data centers as well as regional, branch and roaming users. Co-ordinated administration and management across the entire network at scale with changing business needs while reducing cyber risk is complex and impedes business agility. Laying a solid foundation of network and security services is crucial to alleviate this challenge. Using common DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) for data center, cloud and branch helps simplify and improve control, automation and security of your assets and users wherever they may be. Learn about networking and security made simple from Infoblox, the industry leader in DDI.


    Join PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, and learn how to:
    - Simplify management through common DDI across DC, cloud and distributed locations
    - Improve your security posture using DNS as the first line of defense
    - Modernize the distributed enterprise for secure DIA with cloud-native architecture
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Infoblox enables next-level network experiences through its Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services with 8,000 customers including 350 of the Fortune 500. A recognized industry leader, we are relentless in our pursuit of network simplicity. Our solutions bring next-level simplicity, security, reliability and automation to on-premises, cloud and hybrid networks, setting customers on a path to a single pane of glass for network management. Next-level security helps protect against the rising flood of cyberattacks. Next-level reliability provides the high availability and control needed to enable digital transformation. Next-level automation vastly simplifies the management of core network services in any cloud environment. More at www.Infoblox.com.

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