Security Automation Can Help Combat Advanced Threats
Top 5 cyber threats - How they affect your security operations?
Bad cyber threat scenarios become reality, such as hacks into unsecured IoT and mobile devices trying to access high value assets like personal data, to sell these on the black market or to encrypt them demanding a ransom.
Security expert teams need a proactive security strategy to secure and protect networks before breaches can occur.
Extend your network visibility – Collect valuable security data from network elements and endpoints to increase awareness of threats.
Detect more, respond faster – Use machine learning and multi-dimensional analytics to drive rapid, automated and predictive responses.
Speed up incident response and forensics – Use advanced security analytics to conduct better investigations.
The latest threats in mobile, fixed and IoT
Insights about market trends in cybercrime and how industries are affected
Security automation as a new weapon to combat cyberthreats
Who should attend
Security analysts, security experts, security operation teams, IT security, managed security experts from these industries: CSP, MSSP, Enterprises
Head of Nokia Threat Intelligence Center
Kevin McNamee heads up Nokia's Threat Intelligence Lab. This lab analyzes thousands of mobile malware samples each day to create the detection rules that power Nokia’s network based malware detection system. Previously at Alcatel-Lucent he was director of Security Research in Bell Labs. He has had speaking engagements at RSA, BlackHat, SECTOR and (ISC)2.
Head of Business Development Security, IoT
Rob Marson is Head of Business Development & Strategy, for Nokia’s security product unit. In this role, he helps direct Nokia’s security strategy and evolution. Rob joined Nokia via its acquisition of Nakina Systems where he was Vice President of marketing and strategy, and has previously held senior management positions at a number of market leading public technology companies.
Head of Security, Professional Services
Parag Padhye is currently heading Security professional services practice and portfolio in Application and Analytics business group in Nokia. Parag has over 17 years of experience in Services and Solution and his area of expertise amongst other, include Security, Telecom risk management, next generation IP and Mobile Networks.
Head of Security Marketing
Gerald Reddig is a senior business leader with more than 20 years management experience in the IT and telecommunication industry. He is leading Nokia’s portfolio marketing for security solutions. He holds a master’s degree in business administration and engineering, and held positions in product management and business development including leadership responsibilities for European projects in the field of mobile Internet and communication services. He is a member of the broadband forum, directs Nokia’s membership in the IoT Cybersecurity Alliance as well as leading Nokia’s Security Center in Finland.