Join our lunch & learn
Join us for an exclusive lunch and learn at HORSEELE.
Dining on the fourth floor overlooking the KAA Gent stadium. With 45 years of expertise, Danny Horseele’s artistry is showcased through refined dishes, earning him a Michelin star and high a Gault-Millau score- 17/20. Chef Horseele combines classic refinement with subtle creativity in a unique setting.
Agenda – 28/03/2024
11:30 AM – 12:10 PM: Arrival and aperitif
12:10 PM – 14:30 PM: Lunch and presentations
3:00 PM: Expected end
Keynote 1 By Thomas Beaumont
The migration of applications to the cloud introduces complexities and new challenges regarding Cybersecurity that demand a new strategy and approach. Shared responsibilities, misconfigurations, managing access control and enforcing uniform policies and compliancy are just a few of the new questions that arise from running or migrating applications in the cloud. Organizations need tailored security strategies for this new environment, considering the specific risks associated with these new models. In this sessions we will explain the associated risks and how to manage them.
Keynote 2 By Jérôme Bei
Enforce modern identity security and cloud-based SSO across your on-prem and multi-cloud resources into your cloud IdP of choice..
Increased Security: Extend IAM, risk-based authentication, and multi-factor authentication to all applications and resources across your hybrid cloud and on-prem environments.
Operational efficiency: Configure, manage and enforce access policies for all users and service accounts across your entire network and all on-prem and cloud resources – from a single platform.
Unified user experience: Improve user experience with a consistent sign-in process for all legacy and cloud resources, and minimize MFA fatigue with adaptive access policies
Keynote 3 By Kevin Thys
SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge, has sparked debates about whether it’s a marketing gimmick or a genuine business advantage in cybersecurity. Positioned as a response to the challenges of cloud-centric operations and remote work, SASE integrates various security functions into a unified, cloud-native platform. Critics argue that it’s a repackaging of existing technologies, while advocates emphasize its potential to simplify and enhance network security. As organizations struggle with spread workforces and cloud adoption, the real test for SASE lies in its practical implementation for the Belgian market and its ability to improve security, reduced complexity, and enhanced user experience. While skepticism is natural, SASE seems to align with the evolving needs of modern businesses, addressing pertinent cybersecurity challenges but is this true for Belgian organizations with a limited geographic spread
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