Complexity in the data center seems to be the new normal. If you’re like the majority of organizations today, it’s no longer only about physical and virtual workloads—you have servers in cloud providers (IaaS) like AWS and Azure, and things are getting more complicated by the minute. And with new technologies like containers and serverless functions promising more flexibility and power, it’s clear that the trend towards dealing with multiple environments is not going to change.

With targeted attacks and ransomware as top-of-mind issues to address, security plays a pivotal role in the success of these deployments, and while there is high level guidance and tools available to help, many organizations struggle with an approach that fits their business.

Join this web conference as we discuss the top five challenges faced in hybrid deployments, best practices to address, and examples of how organizations like yours have succeeded.

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Speakers
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Johan Hybinette
Chief Information Security Officer, Vonage

Johan, a veteran information security professional and evangelist with over 25 years’ experience. Historically focused on providing CISO services to many corporations. Mr. Hybinette possesses a unique “black/white hat” perspective finding innovative ways to maintain and improve information security infrastructures. Deep compliance knowledge including and not limited to HIPAA, PCI, GLBA, NIST, FISMA, ISO 27K, and Sarbanes Oxley.

When he isn’t glued behind a computer screen, he spends time, tinkering with race cars, lock picking, reverse engineering and trying very hard not be the worst cook in the Rockies.

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Steve Neville
Director, Hybrid Cloud Security, Trend Micro

Steve Neville is responsible for Trend Micro’s market-leading Hybrid Cloud Security Solution and leads a team focused on ensuring that strategic direction and message are aligned to where customers are today – as well as tomorrow.

Steve’s practical security experience covers a wide range of data center, cloud, and identity-based security technologies. Prior to Trend Micro, Steve held senior management positions at Entrust, as well as a dynamic online gaming startup.

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Mike Muscatell
Information Security Manager, Snyder's-Lance, Inc.

Mike Muscatell is a seasoned IT veteran with more than thirty years in the Information Technology field, twenty of those years in the Information Security field. Early on in his career he successfully developed the first IT operations center in ’95 at NationsBank / Bank of America. He developed the Information and Cybersecurity Program for Snyder’s-Lance Inc. where he is the Information Security Manager. He is a certified ethical hacker and a certified penetration tester. He has been honored as one of the top 100 professionals in the Information Security Field by Strathmore's Who's Who for 2014 and also featured in Food Engineering Magazine discussing The Cyber Threat. Mike belongs to a number of security organizations including Infragard, US Chamber of Commerce Cyber Committee, and The International Cyber Threat Task Force where he is a member of the Cyber Council.

Moderator
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Candy Alexander
vCISO, Cyber Security and Information Security Executive, Independent Consultant
Ms. Alexander is an ISSA Hall of Fame recipient and thought leader in the information security profession with 25+ years experience performing many aspects of information security. She is the Chief Architect for the Cybersecurity Career Lifecycle (Tm) which is used to deliver services to ISSA members world-wide.