Managing Cyber Risk from Infrastructure to Cloud

Presented by

Chris Hartley - UK & Ireland Lead, Matt Rider - Applied Engineering Director & Jeremy Snyder - Snr Director, Cloud Practice

About this talk

Adoption of the cloud is rapidly accelerating. One estimate of spending on cloud in 2022 is $360bn, and the agility and ability for businesses to innovate and keep pace is a key driver of this. Businesses are at a variety of stages on their journey - from digital natives born and developed in the cloud, to the majority of organisations who are moving from traditional infrastructure to the cloud. This level of adoption allows organisations to support the evolution of their business and business models. During this talk, our panel will discuss some of the many challenges and areas for consideration, including managing cyber risk from traditional infrastructure and managing this risk in the cloud. What you will learn: • How to mitigate common cyber risks and challenges of cloud migration • Explosion of the edge and the impact of shifting to remote working • The implications of the growing number of applications to enable workforces and support customers • Recommendations of focus points given the pace of change as you migrate to the cloud
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