AGM Educational Event sponsored by Palo Alto Networks

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The Law Courts Inn

4th Floor - 800 Smithe Street Vancouver, BC

655 Burrard Street

Vancouver, British Columbia

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June 7 Lunch: AGM and Educational Event sponsored by Palo Alto Networks

Join fellow ISACA Vancouver members for the 2019 Annual General Meeting (11:30am to 12:00pm) and June educational lunch event (12:00pm to 2:00pm) - valid for 2 CPE credits. This year's AGM and June educational event will be sponsored by Palo Alto Networks and will come at no cost to you.

Further details on the educational portion of the event can be found below:

Event title: Security & Compliance in the Public Cloud: Leverage Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Speakers
Mark Hamilton (Public Cloud Specialist) and Berret Terry (Cloud Consulting Engineer) from Palo Alto Networks

About the speakers
Mark Hamilton is a successful business development professional with a focus on technology solutions in the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada for the past 20+ years across a wide variety of Government, Enterprise, and Commercial accounts. The past few years have been focused solely on Public Cloud Security that is automated, continuous, and easily achievable and that provides the visibility needed for compliance, behavioral analytics, and remediation.

Berret Terry has been in the Cloud Security space for 10 years and during that time, he has worked with and learned a multitude of security platforms in each of the most popular Public Cloud Providers. As a Cloud Systems Engineer at Palo Alto Networks, Berret specializes in Palo Alto Networks RedLock technologies, providing cloud visibility to all sectors of the Canadian economy, including finance, retail, government and technology projects of global scope.

Session description and what you can expect to learn
With the Agility and Flexibility that the Public Cloud provides, it also requires new methods and tools needed to secure the data and intellectual property.

This lunch-and-learn session will outline the basics of cloud designs and architectures from a security perspective with an emphasis of using tools that automate and orchestrate a response to both intentional infiltration as well as simple human error and bad cloud hygiene. A large part of a Public Cloud environment is having the visibility of the services that are being used and then applying machine techniques to protect those services, whether they be containers, compute, storage, or other functions.

Overview on why Security & Compliance in the Public Cloud is essential and defining the Shared Security model, a discussion around techniques (ML and AI) of Cloud Security beyond the native tools provided, how and why data can be gathered and correlated for an automated response, and how to please the auditors.

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The Law Courts Inn

4th Floor - 800 Smithe Street Vancouver, BC

655 Burrard Street

Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada

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