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Secure your future: Internet-native architecture helps you transform your business faster

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Date and Time

March 16, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Event Category

Web Conference


Irene Fisher


Lisa O'Connell


You’re grappling with apps moving to the cloud, teams working remotely, and an endlessly growing variety of security threats. To deal with this new reality, you’re looking at new security models and network architectures like zero trust and SASE. There’s no doubt those approaches will be very beneficial for tackling today’s tough security challenges. But what about tomorrow’s? Because when it comes to security, there’s no single destination. We simply can't know what new threats will emerge, how much scale will be required, and what new capabilities will be essential. 

Simply put, when it comes to connecting and securing your organization, today's vision is tomorrow's legacy. This means the biggest risk is committing to an approach that locks you out of your own future. There’s no reason to drag your vendors’ legacy forward, or restrict your options because of choices someone else made years ago. You need highly effective security that delivers a direct path to your next destination via an Internet-native architecture that delivers a rapid pace of innovation.

Join this vendor-agnostic session to learn about:

  • Why shifting your network and security infrastructure to the cloud and consolidating it into one composable services platform is happening now.
  • How to evaluate if a security platform is built on a trusted, resilient, and flexible zero trust network, architected for where networking is going.
  • How to adopt everything you need today and tomorrow to secure your business as a service so you can operate it easily, at your own pace, at lower cost, and with relentless innovation to help you change faster.


Rich Larkins – Principal Staff Network Systems Engineer

Rich Larkins is a Principal Staff Network Systems Engineer (Senior), CISSP, and ISSA Fellow with way too many expired Cisco certifications.   He has designed and implemented data centers and networks in over 10 countries on 4 different continents and broken others in many more.

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Barry Fisher – Director of Zero Trust Product Marketing, Cloudflare

Barry Fisher is Director of Zero Trust Product (Marketing) at Cloudflare. Prior to Cloudflare, he spent 17 years working at Cisco, OpenDNS, and Forcepoint. His key areas of focus have been Zero Trust, Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), and Extended Detection and Response (XDR) platforms.

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John Engates – Field Chief Technology Officer, Cloudflare

John Engates is Field Chief Technology Officer at Cloudflare. Formerly, Client CTO at NTT Global Networks and Global CTO at Rackspace Technology, Inc. His focus at Cloudflare is helping enterprises gain a business advantage through the adoption of leading edge network and security technologies like Zero Trust / SASE.

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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.

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