Hybrid IT in the data center is on its way to becoming the standard. But what about security in hybrid environments?
Digital transformation is not possible without the cloud, no matter how large the company is. Cloud technologies provide the building blocks for highly efficient business processes, which is why almost every company today puts its applications, IT infrastructure services and security solutions in the cloud. However, this requires companies to address cloud specific risks and to implement the necessary security measures.
Companies have been investing in protection and detection technologies and processes for years and should ensure the same level of security in the cloud. In hybrid scenarios, it is important to identify which security features can be reused, which ones need modifications and enhancements, and which ones are currently missing. Cloud transformation implies security transformation.
These topics will be discussed at the Hybrid Data Center - Hybrid Security event and is brought to you by NTT Security and e-shelter. We cordially invite you to attend this event at the e-shelter event center in Frankfurt on November 22, 2018.
We look forward to your participation and good discussions.
Program on November 22, 2018
- 12:30 pm Welcome
- 1:00 pm Challenges of (inter)national cyber security - Hans-Wilhelm Dünn, President, Cyber-Sicherheitsrat Deutschland e.V.
- 1:30 pm Compliance in the cloud – even for regulated entities - Gerald Boyne, Head of Security Assurance DACH, AWS
- 2:00 pm Security in Hybrid Environments - Franck Braunstedter, Senior Manager Cloud Security & Cyber Defense, NTT Security
- 2:30 pm Coffee break
- 3:00 pm Security in Mulit-Cloud Environments - Armin Simon, Sales Director Germany, Gemalto Enterprise & CyberSecurity
- 3:30 pm Cloud transformation challenge for the data center and the network e-shelter, Toan Nguyen, Director Business Development & Cloud Platform, e-shelter
- 4:00 pm Physical security meets convenience and cyber security - Tristan Haage, Managing Director, e-shelter security
- 4:30 pm Campus tour
- 5:00 pm Apero & networking
Hans-Wilhelm Dünn is a founding member and president of the Cyber-Sicherheitsrat Deutschland e.V. (Cyber Security Council Germany) - previously vice president and general secretary. (CSRD) is, among other things, head of the Energy Hub and advises operators of critical infrastructures on topics relevant to cyber security. He also conveys his specialist knowledge at high-ranking events such as the Munich Security Conference and the World Economic Forum in Davos. As an expert, he is a frequent contact for TV stations and guest author for various newspapers and trade journals. Dünn has excellent contacts to those responsible for cyber security in business, politics and administration. He is also a member of the Management Board of BuCET Shared Services AG, a member of the Supervisory Board of Klinikum Ernst von Bergmann gGmbH and Lausitz Klink Forst GmbH and a member of the Advisory Board of Luftschiffhafen Potsdam GmbH.
Gerald Boyne has held various roles throughout his career - from Project Manager, Business Development Manager and Division Manager to IT Risk Manager and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). As Head of Security Assurance Germany at Amazon Web Services (AWS), he is responsible for the regional compliance activities at AWS, such as the implementation audit according to the Cloud Computing Compliance Controls Catalog (C5) audit standards developed by the Federal Office for Information Security, the evidence according to the BGSI Act regarding UPKRITIS and the Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange (TISAX) based on the industry standard of the VDA, as well as the banking and insurance regulatory aspects of BaFin and FINMA.
Franck Braunstedter currently heads the cloud security & cyber defense teams at NTT Security. Previously he was head of cyber security for an international biotech company headquartered in Switzerland. Franck has 20 years IT security background and has implemented several cloud migration projects. As cloud security specialist, he focuses on compliance automation, continuous configuration and DevOps, ensuring security teams are participating as active business enablers in current IT transformation projects and not as show stoppers.
Toan Nguyen is Director of Colocation Service Line and Cloud Platform at e-shelter. In his role he is responsible for bringing the maximum value to e-shelter’s customers and partners that use e-shelter’s colocation and connectivity solutions for their hybrid/multi cloud deployments and digital transformation. Prior to his current role, Nguyen held a series of sales leadership positions at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Before his time at AWS, Nguyen worked at Hewlett-Packard, where he spent 10 years in presales, sales and sales strategy working in Germany, in the United States as well as Singapore.
Tristan Haage, Managing Director of e-shelter security, is responsible for business development and technology. Previously, he was a member of the executive board of an internationally active German manufacturer of IP video cameras and video management software. Among other things, the physicist is pushing the further development of access control systems, in particular the integration of biometric methods and electronic rack locks. In addition to classical systems of physical security, Haage also includes new digital technologies and solutions for the Building Internet of Things. The focus is also on the cyber security of the IP devices used.
Participation in the event is free. Conference language is German.
The e-shelter data center is subject to very high security requirements, so please bring a valid photo ID for registration.