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Managed security service providers (MSSPs) who sell managed security services to their enterprise customers and tenants continue to evolve these security services to meet the complex requirements associated with threat mitigation in a multi-cloud and hybrid environment.
February 1, 2024
Date: Feb 1, 2024
Duration: 1 Hr
To be successful as a business, MSSPs must strike a delicate balance between providing scalable and cost-effective security services, overcoming cost and operational challenges, and differentiation with an innovative security portfolio without impacting the quality-of-service experience (QoE.)
This webinar will document and provide open discussion on how MSSPs are navigating this evolving landscape. Topics to be discussed include:
The security impacts of the evolving threat landscape
The challenges of protecting networks and applications in a multi-cloud, multi-tenant environment
Key use cases for protecting networks and applications for carriers and service providers
How to enable network and application security services quickly and cost-effectively
Jim Hodges, Research Director, Heavy Reading
Jim leads research on the security impact of the virtualized cloud, in the fixed and mobile core and at the enterprise edge. Jim focuses on the impacts of cloud-based technologies such as 5G from a cyberthreat detection perspective, as well as the business opportunities associated with delivering security capabilities via a managed services model.
Jim previously worked at Nortel Networks, where he tracked the VoIP and application server market landscape and was a key contributor to the development of Wireless Intelligent Network standards.
He gained additional technical experience at Bell Canada, where he performed IN and SS7 network planning, numbering administration, technical model forecast creation, and definition of regulatory-based interconnection models. Jim is based in Ottawa, Canada.
Eran Bello, Vice President of Service Provider Business, Radware
Eran is the Vice President of Service Provider Business at Radware with extensive knowledge in Telecom, Security, and Information Technologies (IT), and over 20 years’ experience in product, marketing, and business.
Prior to joining Radware, Eran held leadership business, marketing, and product roles at innovative startups and corporates including ASOCS, Mellanox (acquired by Nvidia), Anobit (acquired by Apple), Runcom, Microsemi (MSCC) and PowerDsine (PDSN), and served five years in Israel's Elite Intelligence Technology Unit
Prakash Sinha, Technology Evangelist and Senior Director, Corporate Marketing, Radware
Prakash Sinha is a technology executive and evangelist for Radware and brings over 30 years of experience in strategy, product management, product marketing and engineering. Prakash has been a part of executive teams of four software and network infrastructure startups, all of which were acquired. Before Radware, Prakash led product management for Citrix NetScaler and was instrumental in introducing multi-tenant and virtualized NetScaler product lines to market. Prior to Citrix, Prakash held leadership positions in architecture, engineering, and product management at leading technology companies such as Cisco, Informatica, and Tandem Computers. Prakash holds a bachelor’s in electrical engineering from BIT, India and an MBA from Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
Chief Analyst - Cloud and Security, Heavy Reading
Jim leads Heavy Reading's research on the impact of NFV on the control plane and application layers at the core and edge. This includes the evolution path of SIP applications, unified communications (UC), IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), session border controllers (SBCs), Diameter signaling controllers (DSCs), policy controllers and WebRTC. Jim is also focused on the network and subscriber impact of Big Data and Analytics. He authors Heavy Reading's NFV and SDN Market Trackers. Other areas of research coverage include Subscriber Data Management (SDM) and fixed-line TDM replacement. Jim joined Heavy Reading from Nortel Networks, where he tracked the VoIP and application server market landscape and was a key contributor to the development of Wireless Intelligent Network (WIN) standards. Additional technical experience was gained with Bell Canada, where he performed IN and SS7 network planning, numbering administration, technical model forecast creation and definition of regulatory-based interconnection models. Jim is based in Ottawa, Canada.
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