The Increasing Security Concerns in the Big Surge

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Virtual Roundtable

Thursday, November 19th, 14:30 CT

An exclusive online discussion for IT and Cybersecurity leaders in the United States.


The Increasing Security Concerns in the Big Surge

This year’s surge in internet activity resulted in CIOs going through unusual and unexpected challenges. With most companies relying almost exclusively on a remote workforce, web traffic has increased at an unprecedented 10-30% rate across the board. 

As The National Cyber Security Centre warns businesses of increased exposure to threats targeting essential services and hospitals, decision-makers are now looking for solutions to identify and prevent such risks. Besides preparing for the new reality at the end of the global lockdowns, organizations are working towards a more resilient security architecture.

  • How is the “big surge” impacting internet capacity worldwide?
  • What steps should businesses take to protect themselves from advanced and persistent threat groups?
  • What will reopening look like based on the progress and efforts of other global regions?

Attended by:

CIO for Applications at The University of Kansas
CIO and VP of IT at Virginia Tech
CTO at The Whisper Company
CTO at Primary
CTO of Card Services at Fiserv
CDO at Commerzbank Americas
CISO at University of Wisconsin-Madison
Head of IT at Commerzbank Americas
Director of Information Systems at The University of Kansas
Director of Information Security at DePaul University

2:20 pm  Log in of the guests
2:30 pm  Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Cloudflare
2:40 pm  Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:40 pm  Discussion brought to a close

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Thursday, November 19, 2020 14:30
United States

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