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Even before 2020, we knew where digital transformation was taking us. But we had no idea how quickly it would arrive. Because of the pandemic, our journey in cloud migration happened almost overnight. As a result, businesses today are less constrained by traditional network infrastructure and designated worksites. And, while we’ve always had some agility to shift work between on-prem and remote, we’re seeing the beginning of the new age of the Unbound Enterprise in which people have the freedom to work anywhere and anytime.
Join this discussion to see how the new ways that people are accessing and using data—in multiple locations, on different devices, over the internet, in public and private clouds—are greatly accelerating the need to replace siloed infrastructure that can’t keep up. We’ll connect the dots on how you can take a “human-centric” SASE approach that puts users and data at the center of cloud-based security to make your business more agile and safer, all while cutting complexity and cost.
1. Make working anywhere seamless and easy to deploy
2. Protect data everywhere with a single set of policies enforced uniformly from endpoints to the cloud
3. Automatically personalize security based on people’s behavior and the risk they present
Jim Fulton – Director of SASE and Zero Trust solutions, Forcepoint
Jim Fulton is Forcepoint’s director of SASE and Zero Trust solutions. He has been developing and delivering enterprise access and security products for more than 20 years in Silicon Valley startups as well as multi-national companies. He holds a degree in Computer Science from MIT.
Dr. Shawn Murray – Director, ISSA International Board of Directors
Shawn Murray is a Principal Scientist with the United States Missile Defense Agency and is an officer in the US Civil Air Patrol.Previous assignments include work with Army Cyber Command in Europe, US Air Force, and with commercial industry in various roles in information assurance and cybersecurity.He has traveled the globe performing physical and cybersecurity assessments on critical national defense and coalition systems.Dr. Murray has worked with NSA, FBI, CIA, and the US Defense and State Departments on various cyber initiatives and has over 20 years of IT, communications, and cybersecurity experience. He enjoys teaching and presenting as a guest lecturer on cybersecurity, business, and computer science courses for several universities. He has several industry-recognized certifications to include C|CISO, CISSP, and CRISC. He holds several degrees to include a Doctorate in Computer Science. He is an ISSA Executive CISO member, chapter advisor, and an ISSA Fellow. He is also a professional member of IEEE, ACM, (ISC)2, and an FBI InfraGard partner.He enjoys traveling with his family, researching and collaborating with other professionals in cybersecurity, and volunteers in his community as a soccer coach.
Frederick Doyle – President and CEO, CubicPrism Analytics
Frederick Doyle is a Senior Security Architect at Presbyterian Health Services and was instrumental in securely migrating the onsite workforce and patient visits to remote operations at the onset of the SARS-CoV2 pandemic. Frederick is also the President and CEO of CubicPrism Analytics, Inc. and is the sole inventor of the awarded patent entitled Multiple Presentation Fidelity-Level Based Quantitative Cyber Risk Decision Support System (US 10,686,825), upon which RiskPrism, a quantitative risk analysis and decision support solution that bridges the communications gap between finance/risk professionals and IT personnel, is based. Frederick is also co-inventor on five other patents for software, data tools, and applications.
As a transformative IT professional and a member of Mensa with eclectic experience in scientific methodology, technology, IT security, IT risk management, intelligence, and information analysis, Frederick has the singular ability to identify a problem, craftily disassemble underlying causes, develop innovative solutions, and assume ownership of recommendations. As an autodidact, Frederick has consistently expanded his knowledge and skills to best suit the task at hand and has mastered the art of “Just in Time” learning.
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