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Conference Information
11:50-13:10 Wednesday 29 October
The next evolution of security:
Adaptive Defense
David DeWalt,
Chairman of the Board and
Chief Executive Officer,
FireEye, Inc.

Let's face it - technology continues to outpace our ability to secure it. Dave DeWalt, CEO of FireEye, will speak about how organizations are looking for a combination of technology, threat intelligence and expertise that matches their unique needs.
Every company is now a profitable target for obtaining information including corporate IP and customer data. Dave will speak about how there's no single technical solution for cyber-attacks, and that an adaptive defense approach to security is needed. Adaptive defense is a new approach to cybersecurity that protects organizations from the rapidly evolving tactics of advanced attackers.
Breaches carry increasingly heavy costs in lost revenue, legal retribution, brand damage, and customer trust. An effective adaptive defense strategy detects threats across every stage of the attack cycle. It applies real-time intelligence and analytics with the ability to instantly respond and resolve security incidents when they occur.
Next Generation Threat Prevention:
Security Strategies for Datacenter to
Address Paradigm Shifts in Cyber-security
Mohan Veloo,
Senior Director,
Field Systems Engineering,
F5 Networks, Inc.

The IT environment is becoming the Software Defined Network and mobile access to the Datacenter is gaining popularity. Security threats are growing in pervasiveness and sophistication. As cyber-criminals use complex tactics, to reduce security risk and protect business, all levels of the network stack and applications need to be protected without sacrificing performance. In this session, Mohan Veloo, Sr Director of F5 Networks outlines the new security landscape and the next generation of threat prevention.
11:50-13:10 Thursday 30 October
Transforming IT: Connecting People,
Applications and Information in the Cloud
Dan Levin,
Box, Inc.

Today's turbulent and competitive business environment is shifting from a model of central control to one that puts user needs at the center of IT planning and design. The challenge for most business and IT leaders is developing and executing on a new IT strategy that would easily and securely unify cloud applications with other on-premise solutions. Through the use of real-world case examples, this session will explore best practices for businesses to better leverage a robust set of integrated applications, and identify the cloud solution that can help deliver a seamless experience for workers, helping them to be more connected, collaborative and productive.
Unlocking the Power of Things with
Next Generation Clouds
Pankaj Srivastava,
Vice President,
Software Solutions & Platforms,
Cisco Systems, Inc.

Cisco estimates that the number of devices connected to the Internet - things of every conceivable variety - will grow four times to 50 billion by 2020 from about 13 billion today. The Internet of Everything (IOE) which is made up of billions of connected devices - more than seven things for every person on Earth - will generate massive amounts of data and services that can reshape the way the world lives and works. Enabling Enterprises to transform these connected devices into business and consumer services with real economic value is a significant IT challenge. In this keynote Pankaj Srivastava, VP of Software and Solutions for Cisco, will outline how the newest generation of B2B clouds and connected-device solutions are unlocking powerful IOE workflows and services in areas such as manufacturing, healthcare and retail.

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