phoenixNAP Webcast: Architecture as a Critical Element of a Security Strategy for 2019
Topic: Building a secure architecture is a foundation of an efficient security strategy. Organizations need to ensure they have technologies in place to early detect anomalies, receive alerts on new external threats, and mitigate attacks efficiently. In this webinar, phoenixNAP’s Director of Product Management, Security Services, Anthony Dezilva, will cover the critical elements of a security strategy and best practices for building a battle-ready architecture. He will also discuss how phoenixNAP has used the latest technologies by VMware to build the world's most secure cloud platform, Data Security Cloud.
The technologies include:
- VMware NSX as a way to enhance the networking and security capabilities accessible to clients, as well as to apply Access Control Lists (ACLs) through micro-segmentation
- vCloud Director to enable customers to have greater control and visibility into their multi-site deployments
All live attendees who opt-in to share their information with the Sponsor will be entered into a drawing to win an $100 Amazon Gift Card.
Speaker: Anthony Dezilva, Director of Product Management, Security Services, PhoenixNap
Anthony Dezilva is the Director of Product Management, Security Services for phoenixNAP with responsibility for the company’s Security Services and Data Security portfolio. He is responsible for defining technologies and designing solutions to deliver phoenixNAP’s vision as a full-service, global information technology services provider.
A 26 year veteran of the IT industry, Anthony specializes in intellectual property asset protection, organizational survival and sustainability, and prevention of and recovery from catastrophic events. Anthony’s key areas of expertise include virtualization/cloud technologies, application development, cyber security operations, and business development leadership. Anthony earned his BSc in Cyber Security from The University of Phoenix, an MBA from Thunderbird, and is currently pursuing a PhD. in organizational psychology at Grand Canyon University.
Tuesday, January 22, 2018
12:00-1:00 PM (CT)