NTT Security calls on organisations to bring their ‘A game’ to cloud security at Cloud Expo Europe next month
27 February 2019
NTT Security, the specialised security company and centre of excellence in security for NTT Group, has announced its plans for Cloud Expo Europe at ExCeL in London next month (12-13 March 2019). As well as being a main sponsor for the Keynote Theatre, alongside strategic partner, Symantec, NTT Security will have a presence on operating partner, NTT Communications' stand (C1710) on the main Cloud Expo Europe show floor, and also a dedicated stand (S4333) in the co-located Cloud & Cyber Security Expo.
Over the two-day event, NTT Security will have five speakers participating in conference sessions, including Nathan Britton, Manager Application and Cloud Security Practice for the UK, who will call on businesses to bring their ‘A game’ to cloud security during his session on Tues 12 March (11:25-11:50) in the Cloud Security Innovation Strategies & Service Providers Theatre. Nathan will share examples of how NTT Security’s practical approach to cloud security has helped organisations design and deploy the right controls and focus time and resources to reduce the risk of cloud adoption.
He comments: “Fears around cloud security have not held back rates of adoption, just increased the anxiety of security professionals. We want to help cloud and security professionals understand what is being deployed in the cloud and how to ensure the right security controls are in place. Importantly, we will highlight the need for a consistent and secure approach, while continuously monitoring cloud security and compliance.”
Additional speakers sessions include:
‘How to avoid reinventing the GRC wheel in the cloud’
(13:10-13:35 on Tues 12 March, Cyber Innovations & GRC Theatre) –
Majid Ali, Principal Security Consultant, GRC Practice UK and Abdul Nyoka, Principal Security Consultant, GRC Practice, NTT Security will share their experience of common pitfalls in cloud compliance, how to avoid them and take advantage of cloud providers’ technical and governance expertise to reduce cost/risk.
‘The terrain to actionable intelligence’
(13:25-13:50 on Tues 12 March, Cloud & Cyber Security Expo Keynote Theatre) –
Azeem Aleem, VP Consulting & Head of UK Business, NTT Security will analyse the maturity journey required to achieve intelligence-driven security. Explaining the value of adopting the right, proven tactical approach and predictive analytics, he will encourage discussion on how to develop innovative cyber defence, discovery, architectural design, testing, implementation, and operations.
‘Changing old thinking about operational technology to manage new risks’
(16:05-16:30 on Tues 12 March, Security of Things Theatre) –
David Gray, Senior Manager & Practice Lead, NTT Security will examine how organisations are establishing and assessing the internet of risk within their operational technology (OT) landscape, what impact the right threat intelligence can make to detect and disrupt OT attacks, and why forensic analysis really matters for long term OT resilience.
‘Make the first 24 hours count!’
(14:10-14:35 on Weds 13 March, Cyber Threats, Intelligence & Response Theatre) –
Daniel Saunders, Senior Incident Response Consultant, NTT Security, will show the value of implementing an effective incident response plan that helps organisations respond effectively within those first 24 hours and beyond to minimise the impact and cost of an incident, as well as protecting valuable data and intelligently adapting to prevent further attacks.
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About NTT Security
NTT Security is the specialised security company and the centre of excellence in security for NTT Group. With embedded security we enable NTT Group companies to deliver resilient business solutions for clients’ digital transformation needs. NTT Security has multiple SOCs, seven R&D centres, over 1,500 security experts and handles hundreds of thousands of security incidents annually across six continents.
NTT Security ensures that resources are used effectively by delivering the right mix of Managed Security Services, Security Consulting Services and Security Technology for NTT Group companies – making best use of local resources and leveraging our global capabilities. NTT Security is part of the NTT Group (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), one of the largest ICT companies in the world. Visit nttsecurity.com to learn more about NTT Security or visit www.ntt.co.jp/index_e.html