Thursday 14 July | 18:00 | Bleeding Heart, London
CIONET Exclusive Dinner
With the advent of hybrid cloud and borderless perimeters, corporate infrastructures are becoming ever more difficult to protect. Home working and BYOD have further complicated security arrangements.
Zero Trust promises improved security posture and operational effectiveness, as well as addressing the attacks that exploit supply chain vulnerabilities, but the big question today is where to start?
In this discussion dinner, Phoenix Datacom and Appgate SDP will explain how a Zero Trust Security Architecture can provide a safer route to meet your desired cyber-posture and protect you against the supply chain threats that you can’t see.
Issues for discussion include:
Phoenix Datacom and Appgate invite you to a discussion dinner at 18.00 on 14th July at Bleeding Heart, London, to share their experiences and insights for choosing and building a Zero Trust environment.
Senior stakeholders from Phoenix Datacom and Appgate will provide an introduction. Roger Camrass of CIONET will be your host and as with all CIONET events, we believe that this meeting of minds will help empower you in your digital leadership role.
Find out more about the speakers
Director of research
A pioneer of today’s Internet in the seventies (at MIT) Roger Camrass has been helping organisations across the Globe harness the power of new technologies and methods for over five decades.As a thought leader, business executive and part time academic, Roger has introduced a succession of innovations including digital networking in the seventies, outsourcing and call centres in the eighties, business reengineering and third generation mobile networks in the nineties, e-commerce in 2000 and more recently cloud and 5G.
Please note that timings are in BST.
Bleeding Heart, London
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Bleeding Heart’s long-established and extremely popular French Restaurants offers superb food in historical surroundings within the centre of London. It takes its name from the yard where it is located which, according to the history books, was named after a 17th-century beauty, Lady Elizabeth Hatton, who was found murdered there.
It has been noted by City AM as “the best French Bistro in London”. The Bistro has a 60 seat Terrace, highly popular throughout the summer for its Lobster dishes and its chilled Rose.
Bleeding Heart, London
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