Addressing the blind spots in your security strategy

Addressing the blind spots in your security strategy

Venue BT Sydney Level 11, 1 Market Street Sydney, Australia
18 March 2014

An interactive lunch with BT, Venafi and Blue Coat
Venue BT Sydney Level 11, 1 Market Street Sydney


On behalf of BT, Blue Coat and Venafi, we would like to thank you for joining our interactive lunch to help you better understand the methods advanced attackers are using today, and how to manage the blind spots in your IT security strategy.

Gartner recently predicted that 50% of network attacks will use SSL by 2017. Organisations must counter the increasing sophistication of attackers with an increased ability to detect patterns of attacks involving encryption certificates and within encrypted channels of communication.

We hope you enjoyed the great line up of speakers to help address these challenges:

  • A blueprint for the perfect attack - Kevin Bocek, Vice President, Security Strategy & Threat Intelligence, Venafi. Kevin is sought for comment by media such as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and The Guardian, along with security press including SC Magazine and Network World.
  • Post prevention analysis – is encryption enough? - Karl Vogel, APAC Technical Director, Blue Coat.
  • Putting it in context – Phil Rodrigues, Director of Security Architecture, Asia Pacific, BT. Phil is responsible for developing the technical strategy BT uses to secure our major customers in the region. Phil’s background includes Ethical Hacking for Global Banks and Computer Network Attack for the US Military.

Download the entire agenda and presentations in the Resources section below. For more information, please contact: Levina Mahardja,



Further information

Advanced Threat Protection Lifecycle Defense

PDF - 7 MB

A unified defense is required to securely empower the business

Broken Trust

PDF - 557 KB

Exposing the Malicious use of Digital Certificates and Cryptographic Keys