Overview

Title: Secure critical infrastructure with NetGuard Adaptive Security Operations (SOAR)

Date: October 20, 2020

Time: 11 a.m. EDT | 4 p.m. BST

Duration: 30 minutes

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Summary

Is your network compromised? Advance Persistent Threats (APT), expired certificates, stolen credentials, backdoors, malware and botnets - keeping up with the variety and deluge of security threats can feel daunting.

NetGuard Adaptive Security Operations is a modern and modular set of security applications, focused on detecting sooner and responding faster to all threats. Whatever your security maturity, we have solutions to flank and augment your security response.

In this short webinar on Nokia’s NetGuard solutions, we’ll review:

Topics Covered
  • Common security problems facing our industry

  • How NetGuard can introduce or augment your security posture

  • Our approach enabling security automation monetization for our customers.

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Ryan Burton
Product Manager, Nokia Software Digital Trust
Nokia

Ryan Burton is a product manager in Nokia Software. He works in the Digital Trust Secure product unit based out of Ottawa, Canada. His main focus is on business process automation and orchestration as a macro-service, as well as user experience.

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Gerald Reddig
Product Marketing, Nokia Software
Nokia

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 and Network Management 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.