20 April 2016
Blogs by author: Jason Cook , CISO – BT in the Americas.
Meet Jason Cook, Chief Information Security Officer of BT Americas, at ITW 2016 panel – The Path to Network Security in the Wholesale World.
ITW is the annual landmark event for the telecoms world globally. Is there a better place to seek solutions to the most pressing challenges operators and service providers face in Network Security? We think not. Hear from Jason Cook, VP Security and Chief Information Security Officer for BT Americas on how operators can address security threats for their customers and how they can keep their networks safe from cyber-crime, intrusions and identify-theft and the myriad of other attacks mastermind hackers and cyber criminals come up with on a daily basis.
Panel: THE PATH TO NETWORK SECURITY IN THE WHOLESALE WORLD
Location: Swiss Tower, Gold Level, Alpine 2
Time: Tuesday 10 May 4.00pm – 5.30pm
BT has global teams successfully battling cyber-attacks 24/7 in our security operation centres. Providing insight into this topic is often more exciting than blockbuster thriller series on Amazon and Netflix. But BT is offering more than just insight – we made securing our own networks a service you can benefit from and can help you address your security challenges at affordable cost and with the backing of proven experts; ethical hacking and penetration testing included. Interested? Make an appointment today to meet at ITW 2016.
To effectively prepare for the panel please see a list of links to recent articles and papers on BT’s security blog :
- Bryan Fites on “Security for the Connected Car”
- Mike Spotts on “BT Cyber Security and Our People”
- Mark Salinas on “So, Why Are You Not Secure?”
- Bryan Fites on “The power of Logs”
We hope to meet you at the security panel or during the event to discuss business opportunities with you in voice, roaming, cloud, networks, satellite, media and broadcast and how to keep all of this secure.
We wish you a safe trip to Chicago,
Your BT team