Christian Koch on IOT and security

Christian Koch on the security challenges of IOT and OT

At the NTT Security University event in Germany, Christian Koch talked to Enterprise Times about the security challenges from IOT and OT. It is a challenge that is just as complex...
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Franck Braunstedter on DevOps and Security

"security testing needs to be done right from the beginning" - Franck Braunstedter @NTT_Security #DevOps #Agile #NTTUniversity

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Enterprise Times had the opportunity of talking to Craig Sullivan,Group Vice President, Product Management at NetSuite late last year.  Sullivan is the internationalisation expert within NetSuite. The conversation ranged across several...
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John Petrie is the CEO for NTT Security of the Americas. Petrie became the CEO in September of 2018. He was previously the Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) for NTT Security....
Scott Dally on the SOC, breaches, insiders, risk and cybersecurity

Scott Dally on the SOC, breaches, insiders, risk and cybersecurity

Enterprise Times recently went to Omaha, Nebraska. While there, we talked with Scott Dally, Director of the Security Operations Centre for the Americas Region at NTT Security. Dally is responsible for...
Matt Lock on cyber security and data management

Matt Lock on cyber security and data management

At Cyber Security Connect in Monaco, Enterprise Times caught up with Matt Lock, UK Technical Director at Varonis. In this short podcast he talks about the problems of excess data, the...
Dave van Everen talks Edge Computing

Dave van Everen talks edge computing

At the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, Enterprise Times sat with Dave van Everen, Senior Vice President at Mirantis to talk about Edge Computing, containers and new architectures. Van Everen talked about...
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Air Commodore Nick Lloyd talks about technology and the military

During Cyber Security Connect in Monaco, Enterprise Times talked with Air Commodore Nick Lloyd. Lloyd is the Chief Information Officer at Permanent Joint Headquarters for the Ministry of Defence. There is often...
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Enterprise Times spent two days at Cyber Security Connect in Monaco. During the conference, we had an opportunity to talk to Ira Goldstein, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at the...

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