SANS 2020 Cybersecurity Spending Survey – Panel Discussion

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Gordon Beith – Senior Director, Product Marketing, Gigamon

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This webcast more closely examines the results of the SANS 2020 Cybersecurity Spending Survey. A panel of sponsor representatives, led by survey author Barbara Filkins and survey advisor John Pescatore, will explore themes that emerged during the survey. Hear Barbara Filkins and John Pescatore give an analysis of survey results and reveal strategies that organizations can use to justify security spending. PANELISTS: Gordon Beith is responsible for overseeing product marketing activities for service providers at Gigamon. His extensive career includes over 30 years of work in telecommunications product management, marketing, hardware and software development, and related next-generation services areas. Gordon also co-authored the book on IMS testing and monitoring, entitled “Ensuring a Quality IMS Experience,” published in 2007, and has one patent to his name. As vice president and chief evangelist, Bob Gilbert is in charge of go-to-market strategy at Netskope, a market-leading cloud security company. He has held leadership roles in product management and marketing at various technology companies, including Riverbed, where he was a member of the pioneering product team that launched Riverbed from a small start-up to a market leader. Bob was first introduced to the world of cybersecurity as a teenager in the 1980s when he hosted a BBS and had to develop his own terminal software to prevent hackers from infiltrating the site that he hosted from his parent’s home. John Smith is a principal engineer at ExtraHop. John has over two decades of experience as a senior architect in IT organizations, and is a regular speaker at technology events including BriForum, RSAC and Citrix Synergy, among others.

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