Join us for an interactive, fireside chat session with Jonathan Nguyen- Duy and Eric Aslaksen, as they share their thoughts how the enterprise IT is being shaped by remote working and multi-cloud adoption which means that organizations are increasingly more distributed and disaggregated than ever before. Simultaneously, we’re seeing the emergence of edge computing and the need to ensure ubiquitous least privilege secure access to network resources - Zero Trust Access.
Key discussion points:
- How these macro trends are creating new challenges and opportunities for enterprises and service providers.
- What are the key security, network and compute considerations when organizations own less and less infrastructure, platform and software?
- This is reflected in the evolution of the digital, virtual and software defined enterprise with its focus on service automation and value creation.
- We’ll review how the Fortinet Security Fabric can secure highly distributed enterprise networks with a focus Zero Trust Access principles.
Lunch Is On Us
All attendees* will receive a $30 Grubhub certificate for attending this session.
Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST
*Fortinet employees, partners, and state and local government employees are not eligible. Qualified attendees will only be able to receive in accordance to their organization's policies.
Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, Global Field CISO Team
Mr. Nguyen-Duyn, Cybersecurity thought leader with 25+ years of experience in all aspects of risk management. Leads strategy and service relationship programs at Fortinet where he focuses on emerging technologies and partnerships. With extensive experience working with global enterprises and nation-states, Jonathan is responsible for developing innovative security solutions addressing the challenges of digital transformation – from the IoT edge to the cloud.
Prior to joining Fortinet, Jonathan served as the Security CTO at Verizon Enterprise Solutions where he was responsible for strategic technology partnerships, the Verizon Cyber Intelligence Center, and the data science team that produces the annual Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Before that role, he led the Security Services line-of-business and was responsible for data analytics and solutions supporting military-grade continuous diagnostics and mitigation. Jonathan also led the development of Verizon’s hosting services and business continuity practice.
Eric Aslaksen, Chief Technology Officer