Paladion was the Platinum sponsor at Agile Development, Better Software, & DevOps East 2016, held at Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista Lake Buena Vista, FL on 13-18 November 2016. At the event, Vinod Vasudevan took a session on security architecture for DevOps.
Paladion has been a HPE partner for over 16 years and is a silver sponsor for Protect 2016. As a long standing HPE partner, Paladion’s focus at the event will be unlocking the true potential of HPE’s superior security technologies with integrated managed services for ArcSight, Fortify, and WebInspect.
The NG security summit brought together senior decision makers and business leaders across the world and discussed specific topics in the information security field.
The conference, headed by Paladion’s very own Siddharth Anbalahan, discussed opportunities to protect organizations against the risk of advanced persistent threats.
The summit, which was held in Dubai, UAE, highlighted important security and risk management issues, and how they can be solved.
Watch Paladion’s CTO, Vinod Vasudevan, at CyberSEED 2016. CyberSEED is hosted by the Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation at the University of Connecticut (CSI), CyberSEED brings together top information security professionals and business leaders to discuss emerging cyber security trends and formulate best strategies for tackling current and future threats.
Vinod will get on a Fireside Chat with Moderator Scott Shuster from secureCISO for an investigative discussion onstage; offering insights on Big Data for cyber security, mobile management, security technology advancements, and running global operations in a vulnerable digital economy.
This year’s Paladion event will be held in Qatar, Doha. The event will explore how organizations can actively and continuously integrate threat intelligence into all aspects of their cyber security and build and active framework for proactive, coordinated defense against attacks.
Vinod Vasudevan, Paladion’s co founder and CTO, headed the gathering of IT security leaders in Atlanta. There were discussions on how data and infrastructure vulnerability can drive innovation and change in the upcoming five years.