Staying ahead of the ever-evolving threat landscape is a huge challenge for any organisation. To have an effective modern solution, you need:
As a security pioneer, Google will share valuable insights and their rich experience on how they proactively defend against advanced cyber attacks. Join this informal, virtual setting, from which you will emerge with new strategies, solutions and relationships you can immediately put to use.
Points of discussion will include:
Discuss the security landscape and the best ways to modernize your security with a handful of your peers and Google Cloud at this exclusive invite-only roundtable.
Speaker: Marco Genovese, Cloud Security Specialist, Google Cloud
Cloud Security Specialist, Marco Genovese has spent the past 20 years as a security practitioner on both the customer and vendor side. Originally planting his roots in cryptography at PGP Corporation, he has since gone on to secure large scale organizations while at Symantec, Skyhigh Networks and Palo Alto Networks before joining Google to tackle Cloud Security. Currently his focus is on Security Analytics and Zero Trust within the Google portfolio.
Join us after the presentation as we pop a bottle of the vintage chosen by sommelier, Rachel DeAmbrose, who will provide a brief tasting on the wine you’ll receive as a “thank you” for attending the event.
Rachel DeAmbrose attended the International Culinary Center in New York City for Intensive Sommelier Training and achieved Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers. She continued training as an intern for a single vintage grower in Champagne, France before returning to the US to accept a position as a wine steward at world renowned Bern's Steak House.
Rachel was quickly promoted to Assistant Sommelier and soon after Sommelier, the first woman and youngest sommelier in Bern’s history, making her way through the vast James Beard award winning wine cellar of rare and extremely sought after vintages. She now hosts private wine events globally at venues hand-picked for their wine cellars.
Be sure to provide the best address to send your wine on the registration form.