Nick Bustin (Snr Product Mgr), Mike Tuttle (Snr Product Mgr), John Arledge, (VP Product Management), Martin Dombrowski (RSM)
Akamai are hosting a series of Security workshops to discuss top-of-mind matters for Carriers. Join us for a deep-dive analysis of current trends and business models, that will help shape your security strategy in 2022.
We’ll discuss the following:
• Why Akamai Data Science?
Nick Bustin, Senior Product Manager
In this discussion we will consider how Akamai threat detection works, how Akamai stays one step ahead of the threat actors, and how the team evaluates its overall security effectiveness.
• Privacy, Security, and the Role of the Carrier
Mike Tuttle, Senior Product Manager
New innovations threaten the communications service provider landscape by removing a critical service integration point and inferring that CSPs are using DNS data surreptitiously. Hear how these services are publicly received and how CSPs can preserve critical services to deliver network-based security.
• Making a Business out of Security
John Arledge, VP Product Management
Hear how CSPs around the globe are leveraging the power of cloud security services to quickly bring new value-added services to market.
• Tackle the risk of Ransomware and speed up your journey to Zero Trust
Martin Dombrowski, Regional Sales Manager
For telecommunications service providers, network segmentation is critical for managing risk and maintaining a strong compliance posture. However, traditional segmentation approaches, such as VLANs and firewalls, can present significant roadblocks, making it difficult for organizations to pursue projects important to their business in a reasonable timeframe while maintaining appropriate security controls. Modern flexible software defined segmentation helps to lower the risk and reduce the blast radius of i.e. ransomware attacks.
We’ll discuss maintaining full visibility across all environments, enforcing third-party access controls and protecting hybrid datacenter, cloud infrastructure, and legacy assets.