Securing and optimizing your hybrid cloud environment
According to IDC by the end of this year, 67% of enterprise infrastructure will be cloud-based as more companies pursue hybrid cloud strategies. Many companies are discovering that in addition to a rise in cloud security threats, there has also been an increase in cloud-based IT spending.
With the staggering growth in cloud adoption, securing cloud environments and reducing wasted cloud spend are becoming even more significant issues. During the webinar, our cloud and security experts will address both of these areas, as well as the challenges associated with managing hybrid cloud environments.
They will also share best practices for:
- Introducing cloud-first security principles
- Using identity as the foundation for cloud security
- Getting the most out of your cloud investment
Duration: 25 minutes + live Q&AWatch replay
Principal – Cloud Architecture, Maven Wave
Shannon is a Cloud Architect with over 20 years of experience in data center routing, switching and security as well as large scale carrier and enterprise networking and operations.
Shannon has spent the past three years embedded with Google Professional Service Networking Specialization team working on complex networking and security deployments for Google’s enterprise customers focusing around the principles articulated in Google’s BeyondCorp and BeyondProd Zero Trust security models. His technical skills include large-scale Google Cloud Platform networking and security, complex multi-VPC architectures, load balancing, cloud Identity and Access Management, billing, monitoring, and GKE. Shannon is highly experienced with routing, switching, and security on Cisco as well as Juniper LAN/WAN/data center devices, SD-WAN technologies including Cisco iWAN and PFR.
Head of Cybersecurity Consulting, Atos North America
Dan Schaupner has been with Atos since 2017 and brings two decades of experience to his leadership of consulting activities. Previously, Dan was CTO at a Washington DC risk management firm, advising the U.S. government on cloud security (FedRAMP/Trusted Internet Connection). During his career, Dan has advised business and technical leadership in many industries including finance, healthcare, higher-education, manufacturing, and others. Dan is a graduate of the Atos Gold for Technology Leaders program, member of the Atos expert community, and provides mentorship to the Atos FUEL program for emerging professionals. Dan holds an MBA from Virginia Tech, an Engineering Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, and CISSP and CISM certifications.