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Hear the latest in cybersecurity trends and innovations straight from industry thought leaders, Cisco executives and security experts

 

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Join us for the live broadcast of Cybersecurity Insights Live starting Wednesday 6 March at 9:30am AEDT. Live sessions including Tech Talks, Threats Insights, Customer and Business Insights

Watch Cybersecurity Insights sessions from our digital broadcast at Cisco Live Melbourne 2019. Click on the session title to view the video and other related content

Security above Everything

Special Guest Keynote: The Impact and Importance of Cybersecurity to Australia’s Economy, Industry, and Geo-political landscape

What got you here ain’t going to get you There

Security is Foundational: Building an Integrated Architecture (Innovation Day)

Shawn Henry (Vice-President, Security Business Group) hosted by Ben Munroe (Director, Product Marketing

Security technologies should work together to deliver more effective security outcomes, sharing data such as event, context, threat intelligence and policy. When security works together you can reduce the time to detect, respond and remediate. Learn how Cisco’s security portfolio can help.

Data Privacy & Security as Business Enablers

From Overwhelmed to Empowered: Navigating the Asia Pacific Cybersecurity Landscape, Needs and Trends

Stephen Dane (Managing Director, Sales) hosted by Ben Munroe (Director, Product Marketing

The cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving, with threats getting smarter and more sophisticated. With more data, more devices, and more applications, businesses have more to protect. IT teams today are tasked with driving digital transformation and innovation, while managing security risks. They also face having limited resources to help navigate a fast-moving and complex threat landscape, which can seem overwhelming. In this session, Stephen Dane, Managing Director, Global Security Sales Organization, APJC, will shed light on the business challenges, needs and opportunities that he is seeing from customers. He will also talk about how businesses in the region are budgeting for security, how their purchase decisions differ, and the importance of a threat response framework in the wake of a breach.

Security is Foundational: Building an Integrated Architecture

Shawn Henry (Vice-President, Security Business Group) hosted by Ben Munroe (Director, Product Marketing

Security technologies should work together to deliver more effective security outcomes, sharing data such as event, context, threat intelligence and policy. When security works together you can reduce the time to detect, respond and remediate. Learn how Cisco’s security portfolio can help.

Cybersecurity for Small & Mighty Businesses

Bastiaan Toeset (Vice-President, Commercial and Small Medium Business) hosted by Marcelo Bussacarini (Cybersecurity Marketing Manager, APJ)

Small-and-medium sized businesses (SMBs) are the powerhouse engines driving economies across the Asia Pacific region. The latest Cisco APAC SMB Digital Maturity Index shows that 61% of SMBs have in fact, started on their digitalization journey and transitioned to the cloud. As they transition to the cloud, cybersecurity is more important than ever. They are at risk of cyberthreats and it should not be underestimated just because of their size. All businesses, big or small, face the threat of cyberattacks. Facing challenges such as a lack of talent and skills to drive digital transformation, SMBs must step up their game. Tune in to this session on to find out more about how Cisco is working with SMBs and startups to help them grow and protect their business.

What Data? To Whom? To Where? For What? Cisco as Your Data Custodian for Security Services and More

Matthew Carling (Solutions Architect) hosted by Glenn Maiden (Business Development Manager, Security & Trust Office)

We can all recognize a cloud service that we directly upload our data to or that we interact with via a browser or mobile app. However, increasingly, there is a "little bit of cloud" integrated with many other services including networking and security. We have all heard of devices leveraging the greater cloud for deep data analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Some of Cisco's security devices do as well. But what information is being sent to Cisco, how is Cisco using it, and importantly how is Cisco protecting it and maintaining your privacy. Answers our customers need to risk assess their cloud consumption. The answer starts back at the design phase with Cisco's Secure Development Lifecycle all the way through to how we deliver SecOps. During this broadcast we will touch on all the aspects of data protection and privacy at Cisco and look briefly at Cisco Umbrella as examples of how this is achieved.

Cisco DNA Security

Jeremy Nixon (Business Development Manager, DNA Security Team) hosted by Liana Nio (Cybersecurity Marketing Manager, ANZ)

How can Cisco provide you trusted access to gain the visibility, segmentation and threat protection that every business needs? Cisco DNA Security is a key element in addressing the challenges of manual network changes and the security concerns that result. Traditional networks have perimeter defenses, but lack adequate security within. DNA Security embeds security into the network giving you back control of your enterprise.

Maximizing the Value of Your Data Privacy Investments

Michelle Dennedy (Vice-President and Chief Privacy Officer) hosted by Glenn Maiden (Business Development Manager, STO)

Michelle is passionate about data privacy and protection, and for building better technology that matters. She works to raise awareness and create tools that promote privacy, quality, integrity, respect and asset-level possibilities for data. She works closely with dreamers at all levels and in businesses and organizations at all stages to support the combination of policy, practice and tools.

Cisco and IBM Security Join Forces

Ali Daher (Security Services Business Unit Executive) and Ben Munroe (Director, Product Marketing)

Trends and Forward-looking Innovative Security Technologies – A CTO Perspective

Alok Mittal (Business Development Director) hosted by Ben Munroe (Director, Product Marketing)

It is all about forward looking technologies within the Office of CTO at Security Business Group at Cisco. In addition to understanding security trends and challenges, the group monitors new technologies that can enhance the current portfolio or offer new solutions and at the same time provide reliable technical assessments of potential mergers and acquisitions. Come and hear Alok Mittal, Director of Strategy and Chief of Staff, to learn few of these trends, innovative technologies and the security start-up landscape.

Business Critical Services for Cybersecurity

Devendra Malladi (Vice-President, Customer Experience Centers, APJC, Cisco) and Shajith Moosa (Director and Security Technology Group Lead, Customer Experience Centers, Cisco)

The rapid adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) enabled devices and influx of new technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning can make businesses vulnerable to security risks and can cost millions. In this talk, explore the potential of Business Critical Services for cyber security, the new features and the value add to customer businesses. Learn about Cisco Customer Experience (CX) lifecycle journey and how Business Critical Services align to it.

Engineering a More Secure Future

Andrew Hobby (Vice-President, Systems Engineering) hosted by Nilram Azadpeyma (Systems Engineer)

Hear from Andrew Hobby, Vice-President, Systems Engineering, APJC, on why it is important that today’s young Engineers are equipped with a security-first mindset. A departure from days past, when security components used to be bolted on to systems as an add-on, Andrew explains how today’s engineers implement security at every developmental phase, resulting in the creation of far more secure systems.

From Overwhelmed to Empowered: Effective Security for the Modern Enterprise

John Maynard (Vice-President, Global Security Sales) and Ben Munroe (Director, Product Marketing)

Security Management to Reduce Response Times

Shajith Moosa (Director and Security Technology Group Lead, Customer Experience Centers, Cisco) and Chris Anthony (Manager, Security Technology Group, Customer Experience Centers, Cisco)

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