Microsoft, Cisco and Amplitude talk security in TC Sessions: SaaS this month.
Enterprises face constant threats from nation-state hackers and cybercriminals to corporate insiders. But the pandemic turned the world of work upside down, with millions shifting from their downtown city offices to empty rooms in their homes practically overnight.
The cloud held its own and reigned supreme, not just what we took for granted, but as a vital tool to keep companies afloat during the 2020 lockdown.
With change comes adjustment. Just as companies and their employees have become accustomed to the new way of working, so have bad actors. The cloud can store an almost-infinite amount of data and deliver apps as a service, directly to employees’ homes around the world, or wherever they work.
But with it comes a whole new set of challenges and risks, and bad actors are taking note. Startups and corporations alike can’t shy away from Security Sense as we adjust to this customized way of doing things.
That’s why we’re thrilled to have three major cybersecurity giants at Nerdshala Sessions: SaaS on October 27th to talk about SaaS security.
Nerdshala will include Edna Conway, Azure’s vice president and chief security and risk officer at Microsoft; Wendy Nather, head of CISO advisory at Cisco; and Olivia Rose, vice president of IT and security, for a live discussion to talk about the state of the SaaS security association, and what startups need to know about SaaS security now and in the future.
In addition to our discussion on security, the conference will also be attended by Google’s Javier Soltero, as well as investors Coby Fuller and Casey Aylward. We hope you will join us. This is going to be a suggestive lineup.
Buy your pass now to save before prices go up at the door. We can’t wait to see you!