CISO National Canada Virtual Panel
January 20, 2022
XDR and Zero Trust and What This Means For You
As the sophistication of cyberattacks evolves and the stakes continue to rise, cybersecurity teams face the same challenges they always have: discerning security data, detecting threats, orchestrating cyber response, and overcoming the cyber skills gap. Lately it seems that no one is too small to avoid notice from cyber attackers, and that the time to detect and shut down threats is ever narrowing. XDR and Zero Trust are new buzzwords, with vendors and analysts alike touting these as the way of the future for security operations – but what do they really mean, and what do these approaches and tools offer?
Join IBM Cybersecurity Architect Vivienne Suen as she breaks down the meaning of XDR and Zero Trust, the challenges facing security teams, and how to take advantage of emerging technologies and pragmatic new approaches.
IBM is the global leader in business transformation through an open hybrid cloud platform and AI, serving clients in more than 170 countries around the world. Today 47 of the Fortune 50 Companies rely on the IBM Cloud to run their business, and IBM Watson enterprise AI is hard at work in more than 20,000 engagements. IBM is also one of the world’s most vital corporate research organizations, with 27 consecutive years of patent leadership. Above all, guided by principles for trust and transparency and support for a more inclusive society, IBM is committed to being a responsible technology innovator and a force for good in the world. For more information about IBM visit: www.ibm.com.
Cybersecurity Architect, CCSP
University of Ottawa
Director Information Security
Fritz Jean Louis
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
The Globe And Mail
Khalid Walid Akawi
Director Technology Risk and Controls
Speaker: Vivienne Suen, Cybersecurity Architect, CCSP, IBM Security
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Vivienne Suen is a cybersecurity architect with a passion for storytelling and over 15 years’ experience advising IBM customers on IT solutions and strategy. A featured speaker at numerous conferences and user groups, she thrives on demystifying the complexities of cybersecurity and designing practical solutions to meet clients’ security needs. As an unabashed technology optimist with a passion for music, Vivienne is a strong believer in nurturing diverse viewpoints, creating new connections, and a well-crafted analogy. She lives in Montreal with her husband and son.
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