2017 saw a wave of high profile hacks, Ransomware attacks and data security breaches which pushed cybersecurity even further up the business agenda. With customers more concerned about this issue than ever before, companies are turning to technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, blockchain and deep learning software to help them in the fight against digital crime and secure customer data.
In this webinar we explore how the threat of cybercrime has evolved and advise how these technologies and others can help companies strengthen their defences in 2018.
Matthew Gyde, Group Executive, Cybersecurity Dimension Data
VP, Global Security Strategy & Consulting Dimension Data
RecordedNov 1 201747 mins
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Join this technical webinar to hear how our NTT’s SOCs have adopted Machine Learning and combined it with our vast data sources to perform machine-teaching, contextualization based on unique threat intelligence insights, and other traditional detection techniques to transform our threat hunting and detection capabilities.
Combined, this has enabled us to:
•Reduce the number of false positives
•Improve the detection of advanced threats
•Shift of focus from rule-based and repetition-based detection to behavior
•Scaling-up capabilities to deal with exponentially increasing data volumes and threats
•Speed-up response times and accuracy of response
Organisations are having to navigate an increasingly complex regulatory space around data privacy and compliance. But in a world driven by data and with data breaches now a regular occurrence, we also know that the regulations are in place for good reason: to protect your relationships, your brand and your bottom line.
In this webinar, NTT’s CISOs and Privacy Officers review fundamental data privacy and compliance requirements across a variety of regulations already in place and discuss upcoming regulatory changes. Most importantly, they’ll share simple steps to chart a course around the challenges to increase effectiveness of security, data privacy and compliance, based on their industry insight and experience in NTT.
•Jaclyn Miller, CISO - Transformation and Platform Services, NTT
•Ashleigh van Kerchoven, Compliance and Data Protection Officer, NTT
Rory Duncan, NTT Ltd., Ash Marston, Major Accounts – Fortinet, Ricardo Ferreira, Fortinet, Scott Cutler, UK&I Sales Director
As FSI organizations manage an accelerated digital future, increased governance and compliance and adapt to new priorities created by shifts in the economic landscape, one common challenge will be establishing consistent controls everywhere stakeholders interact with enterprise systems – for every application and for every cloud.
Rory Duncan, Head of Security, NTT Ltd
Ash Marston, Major Account, Fortinet
Ricardo Ferreira, Principal Cloud Architect, Fortinet
Scott Cutler, UK&I Sales Director, Fortinet
Major malware attacks have caused industrial and critical infrastructure asset owners to recognize their production facilities probably have significant, exploitable cyber risks. Unfortunately, many C-level executives only take action after experiencing massive financial losses.
Join Dave Weinstein, CSO for Claroty and former CTO for the State of New Jersey, and Warren Small, SVP Innovation, Security division at NTT Ltd., for discussion of challenges, insights and guidance based on real world experience to answer the question, “Where Do We Start?”
•What’s different since 2017?
•Who owns the cyber risk challenges?
•How to prioritize cyber risks, address staffing shortages, and the solutions available to accelerate securing your unique ICS/SCADA network.
Dave Weinstein, Claroty, CSO, former CTO for the State of New Jersey and Non-resident Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America
Warren Small, SVP Innovation, Security Division, NTT
Joe Maissel, NTT Ltd. Gregg Ostrowski, AppDynamics Alex Henthron-Iwane, ThousandEyes
What impact has digital transformation had on IT infrastructure and operations — especially your network and applications? One thing is for certain: It’s complicated. Join experts from NTT, ThousandEyes and AppDynamics for this exclusive webcast exploring Visibility and Performance Management: Get ahead of runaway complexity. You’ll pick up some ideas for strategies for migrating apps, data and workloads to the cloud; how to assure maximum uptime; and how to this leads to seamless and rewarding digital experiences for customers and employees.
Today, many businesses are seeing the vital role of cloud in their organisations. And while cloud had promised to alleviate many common business pain points, enterprises are struggling to unlock the desired and potential business outcomes from their cloud solution. This is why multiple businesses are seeing the benefit to the hybrid approach of on-premise data centres coupled with cloud capabilities.
In this hour-long webinar, we intend to unpack all things cloud. Joined by industry-leaders in the space, we promise this session will be jam-packed with fresh insights on Hybrid Cloud – including the latest from VMWorld Conference 2019! Make sure not to miss out by securing your spot here.
Data is central to digital transformation as the information collected across the enterprise is used to re-engineer the organization and position it for success.
Matthew Drayson Practices, Partners & Alliances, Australia, NTT Ltd.
Minoo Dastur, President & CEO, Nihilent, an NTT company
Nemo Verbist, Senior Vice President - Intelligent Business and Intelligent Workplace, NTT Ltd.
Intelligent Workplace trends in 2020: Designed for productivity and automated for efficiency, the intelligent workplace works for employees and customers alike. It’s also flexible enough to accommodate changes in the work we do, the work that machines do, and how we cooperate and collaborate in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Join our experts as they weigh in on the potential that lies in the changes we are seeing in the market … and the steps you can take in 2020 towards a disrupted future.
Nemo Verbist, Senior Vice President - Intelligent Business and Intelligent Workplace, NTT Ltd.
Dr Fiona Lodge: Product & Strategy Officer, Cloud Communications division
Mark Alexander: CEO Cloud Communications
Frost and Sullivan | iSpeak Cloud | Dito | Flexential | NTT
According to Tech Beacon, over the next 18 to 24 months, AIOps will
'allow companies to use intelligent software automation to make decisions on known problems, predict issues, and provide diagnostic information to reduce the operational overhead for engineers.'
From managing cloud costs to safeguarding the cloud, ensuring compliance, and incorporating intelligent operations, AI will revolutionize infrastructure and reduce TCO in the enterprise.
Join this BrightTALK webinar - live or on-demand - to hear a panel of experts explore and understand the impact of AI on the future of cloud.
Moderated by Melanie Turek - VP of Research, Frost and Sullivan
Jeanne Morain, iSpeak Cloud
Faizan Seedat, Sr. Cloud Architect, Dito
Jason Carolan, Chief Innovation Officer, Flexential
John F. Polmonari Jr., Director, Service Platform, DevOps & Innovation, Americas, NTT
Technology is changing at the speed of light … but this is the slowest pace of change we’ll ever see.
The democratization of innovation is providing companies with greater access to new technologies, fuelling the increased tempo of change and adoption.
While the scale and use of some of these technologies is some way into the future, the rate of change we’re experiencing means that the future is not as far off as we may think. Today’s trend is tomorrow’s mainstream adoption, and organizations need to consider how this is affecting their businesses, and what they should prioritize.
Cedric Jarkovsky; Douglas Adams; Rob Lopez; Roger Vila
Intelligent Infrastructure trends in 2020: The impact of data on infrastructure is accelerating. Infrastructure is supporting data for business intelligence and becoming a data source. As the hybrid cloud creates new challenges, the software-defined wide-area network is fundamental to adopting new connectivity technologies.
Stefaan Hinderyckx, Senior Director: Security –NTT LTD Europe
Eighty-five percent of organisations are committed to a multi-cloud architecture. The other fifteen are probably doing it by accident.
The advantages of multi-cloud means that organisations can no longer afford to be held back by their security concerns. However, with every additional cloud comes increased complexity and risk. What organisations need is a migration strategy with security at its core, enabled by an architectural framework that protects critical data whilst providing speed and agility.
This webinar will help you to succeed in a multi-cloud world by highlighting the key principles, solutions and technologies that enable you to deliver services securely across all your clouds.
Jason Serda, SVP GTM Client Transformation, NTT & Malinda Perera, Principal Consultant, NTT
More than 90% of all workloads will be moved to the cloud in the next 3 years. Cloud first strategies, and combination of legacy (brownfield) and new (greenfield) add complications. Today these on-premise, cloud and other solutions typically leverage multiple 3rd party supporting organisations, tooling and skill sets. Concerns like cost, spend and lack of resources/expertise will be top of mind for organizations migrating to the cloud.
•What does it mean for your organization to be “cloud-first” and “cloud-native”?
•How can you implement an effective hybrid IT strategy?
Tune in to learn how to re-imagine your IT and cloud infrastructure to maximize ROI and decipher public, private, hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures.
Wayne Speechly - VP: Advanced Competencies – NTT Ltd
Join us for a panel discussion about how organizations are realizing value from and managing impediments to digital transformation. We’ll be discussing some of the results from the NTT 2019 Digital Means Business Benchmarking Report which indicate that digital is starting to gain meaningful traction in organizations. It also reveals that they’re focusing internally to see quick wins but still grappling with prioritization and organization-wide execution of digital transformation.
Listen to experts in different areas of digital transformation share their insights and provide actionable advice on where to focus and what to avoid.
Please join our panel discussion:
Wayne Speechly - VP: Advanced Competencies – NTT Ltd.
Hayden Lamberti – Digital Strategist, Digital Advisory – NTT Ltd.
Adrian Ryan – Organizational Design Lead, Digital Advisory – NTT Ltd.
Brittany Anderson – Innovation Lead – Digital Advisory – NTT Ltd.
Siegfried Schallenmüller – General Manager – Customer Experience – Dimension Data
Moderator: Dan Raywood - Speakers: Raef Meeuwisse, Rory Duncan, Greg Day
The concept of being “secure by design” can be something of a pipe dream: we hope that the technology we buy will keep us secure, and we will still be able to operate efficiently with maximum visibility, ensuring we remain secure and compliant with an intelligence infrastructure.
Well this may be a reality, but in this webinar will look at tactics and strategies to ensure that your network is secure by design, that you can get the maximum functionality from your existing assets and if compliance with GDPR and other regulations can be achieved.
Understand what secure by design actually means generally, and specifically for you
How to get the most from your existing assets and your security spend
How being secure by design can ensure a better standard of compliance
Managing endpoints efficiently and reduce the attack surface
Wayne Speechly -VP: Advanced Competencies – NTT Ltd.
Key highlights from the NTT 2019 Digital Means Business Benchmarking Report which provides insights and analysis from surveying more than 1,150 executives across five regions, 15 countries, and 11 industry verticals.
Digital is starting to gain meaningful traction in organizations. They’re focusing internally to see quick wins but are still grappling with prioritization and organization-wide execution of digital transformation.
Every week a new organization is in the news because they have been breached and their customers’ or their own data was stolen. More than ever, it is vital that CISOs and their organizations have robust Cyber Incident Response programs and capabilities. Security professionals are all well versed in the 6 steps to IR: detect, identify, contain, remediate, recovery, lessons learned. But having checklists and call rosters are not the only things to consider. Incidents basically come down to three phases. There is before a compromise/breach occurs, during the incident and the post incident. There are valuable takeaways for security leaders, their teams and the partners they may use for IR services to consider in each phase.
WIth: Dan Garlick, Dir. Cyber Security Operations
Hitachi Vantara & Terrence Lillard, Sr. Incident Response Analyst, NTT Ltd.
Peter Gray, Senior Director, Advanced Technology Group:Sport & Tim Wade - Senior Director of Technology & Architecture - NTT
Join NTT’s Advanced Technology Group, live from the Tour de France as they celebrate 100 years of the Yellow Jersey and the technology behind this incredible event. They will share the new innovations that NTT, together with Amaury Sports Organisation (A.S.O.), the race organisers, are bringing to the event, and how they are delivered. Using machine learning, predictive data analytics, and platform-delivered Managed Services to drive continuous innovation, automation, and optimisation, for the world’s greatest cycling race.
Mark Burton, from Riverbed and Tim Wade, from Dimension Data
For anyone following pro cycling, our web-based Race Center application is revolutionary. Combining live data, video, images, social media feeds and commentary, it gives fans, teams and organisers an unparallel view of the action. Through the smart application of machine learning and artificial intelligence it enables us to tell the story of pro cycling like never before.
But in order for us to provide seamless access to the information Race Centre requires that the team have transparent view of the user experience.
Join Dimension Data and Riverbed to find out how we’re using a high-performance platform to delivers superior experiences with quick access to data with 100% accuracy and no blind spots.
NTT is a leading, global technology services company. We believe that together we do great things. In a constantly evolving world, technology doesn’t stand still. And nor do we. Every wave of change is an opportunity to transform your business today, so you can reshape the outcomes of tomorrow. We’ve combined the capabilities of more than 20 remarkable companies to become one, leading technology services provider. Together, we help our people, clients, and communities do great things with technology to create a more secure and connected future.