Steven Wood, Director, Solution Consulting (EMEA, APAC), OpenText Cybersecurity, provides some brilliant insights into what actually happens during a security breach, how organisations can address the pain points of skills shortages and the need to consolidate security solutions, and explains how OpenText’s cybersecurity platform provides MSPs and MSSPs with a great opportunity to help end users optimise their cyber resilience strategies.
John Wilson, Senior Fellow, Threat Research at Fortra, discusses the company’s recent 2023 report on Business Email Compromise (BEC) Trends, warning of the dangers of email impersonation, payment interception, phishing and hybrid vishing, before going on to explain how businesses can optimise their email security through considered use of technology, training and processes.
Jon Selway, Aryaka’s Vice President of Channel Sales – EMEA, discusses the SD-WAN, and not unrelated SASE and ZTNA, opportunities, both for small and medium sized enterprises and, therefore, the Channel organisations which serve them. He explains the various SD-WAN solutions available, advising end users, VARs and MSPs to ensure that when they do evaluate both networking and security solutions, there are no hidden surprises – with native and fully integrated stack solutions offering perhaps the best way forward.
David Tattam, Chief Research and Content Officer and Co-Founder, Protecht, discusses the company’s mission ‘to redefine the way the world thinks about risk’, with some engaging and informative insights as to how organisations can develop and grow an effective, dynamic risk management framework, with the people-related aspect – culture and conduct – at its core.
Greg Jones, Vice President of Business Development EMEA, Kaseya, discusses the findings of the company’s recently published IT Operations Report. He shares some fascinating insights as to current end user challenges, including cybersecurity, automation, budgets, workloads and legacy infrastructure, suggesting that MSPs and the Channel more generally have a major opportunity to help their customers as they look for more outsourced technology solutions and expertise.
Dan Middleton, Vice President UK & Ireland, Veeam, discusses the company’s recent 2023 Ransomware Trends Report, which provides some fascinating insights into how companies deal with the inevitable attack. He covers the importance of backups that ‘must survive’ (not quite the same as immutable storage!), implementing wider risk management and cyber resilience strategies, and the need for increased collaboration within the enterprise – most obviously between the cybersecurity and storage teams.
Dirk Schrader, Field CISO (EMEA) and VP of Security Research at Netwrix, discusses the company’s recent Hybrid Security Trends report, which compared and contrasted on-prem security with security in the cloud – with the findings covering such topics as: security challenges, investment plans, the role of cyber insurance and the emergence of cyber resilience as a focus.
Guido Grillenmeier , Principal Technologist EMEA at identity security pioneer, Semperis, discusses the reasons why Microsoft Active Directory can be particularly vulnerable to security breaches, and explains how its free Purple Knight AD Security Assessment tool helps end users to discover and understand these vulnerabilities, and helps with remediation, alongside other Semperis security solutions.
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Irvin Shillingford, Regional Manager Northern Europe at Hornetsecurity, discusses the current backup landscape, with particular reference to the company’s recently launched VM Backup Version 9, featuring immutable cloud storage. For further information on VM Backup V9 visit <a href="https://bit.ly/3I3oLHw" target="_blank" style="color:#5a89b5;">https://bit.ly/3I3oLHw</a>
Irvin Shillingford, Regional Manager Northern Europe at Hornetsecurity, discusses the current backup landscape, with particular reference to the company’s recently launched VM Backup Version 9, featuring immutable cloud storage.
Alkesh Soneji, Sales Director at Infrassist, discusses the company’s technology portfolio, which covers Professional Services – IT automation, security and RMM – and Support Services, such as NOCs and helpdesks. He shares some great example of how Infrassist has helped MSP customers address various technology challenges.
Jasson Casey, CTO, Beyond Identity, discusses the company’s development of Zero Trust Authentication, which looks set to be a key component of a wider, truly optimised enterprise Zero Trust Security solution. He emphasises that, while detection and response has a role to play, there needs to be a renewed focus on the prevention part of any meaningful cybersecurity strategy.
Nurit Bielorai, Go-To-Market Manager, Supply Chain Security at Aqua Security, discusses the alarming rise in supply chain security attacks, some of the issues and challenges faced by businesses when it comes to secure software development, and explains the benefits of Aqua Security’s own Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP).
Dor Eisner, Guardz Co-Founder and CEO, explains how the ‘commoditisation’ of cyber attacks has left SMEs particularly vulnerable, and how MSPs, using Guardz all-in-one cybersecurity solution, can provide the necessary protection for these end users.
In this interview, Adam Markowitz covers everything there is to know about ‘trust’. What trust means to Markowitz, how do you earn it, realise it and control it. And how trust has been a core value at Drata since its inception.
Pax8, the leading cloud commerce marketplace, has opened its new office in Riga, Latvia. This significant milestone signifies Pax8’s commitment to strengthening partner and vendor engagement in the Baltic region, while also contributing to the local economy through job creation and sustainable technology practices.
Generative artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will have a profound potential impact on selling, general and administrative (SG&A) costs and staffing, enabling reductions of up to 40% over the next five to seven years, according to new research from The Hackett Group.