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Enterprises were already well on their way to digital and network transformation when the pandemic hit in 2020. COVID accelerated the cloud journey and transformation, demonstrating where legacy approaches fell short. Making sense of SASE, its components, and the network delivering these services has companies scrambling as they attempt to enable a modern workforce that's in the office, at home, and around the world. Join Netskope as we discuss the building blocks of SASE and how you can safely enable your organization's transformation and ensure the effectiveness and productivity of your modern workforce.
Debbie Gordon – CEO, Cloud Range
As founder and CEO of Cloud Range, Debbie Gordon is a globally recognized technology entrepreneur, who has led the development of a new category in cybersecurity. Cloud Range was founded on the belief that simulation training is as integral in cybersecurity as it is in other fields like medicine, aviation, military, etc. In just 3 short years, companies around the globe are incorporating simulation training as a core element of their security programs. As a consummate entrepreneur, Debbie began her career 25+ years ago in technical education/certification, and has built and sold several companies in eCommerce, IT asset management, and training.
Samuel Shiflett – Sales Engineer, Netspoke
Samuel Shiflett is a Sales Engineer for Netskope. Sam has been safely enabling modern workforces for two years at Netskope. Prior to that, he held various sales engineering and systems administration roles at network security and managed services providers. Sam holds a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology and a Master's degree in Cybersecurity with a focus in Cyberintelligence from the University of South Florida. A native Floridian, Sam and his wife reside in Clearwater, Florida and are avid cyclists and Tampa Bay Bay everything fans.
ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.