Basingstoke, UK – April 8, 2016 – CensorNet, the complete cloud security company, today announces it will be exhibiting at Cloud Expo 2016, on stand S140, from April 12th to 13th. During the show, CensorNet will be demonstrating its newly launched cloud-based Unified Security Service which empowers organizations to monitor and control the use of both web and cloud applications from a single management dashboard. In addition, CensorNet will be leading three sessions to discuss how a unified security strategy can help organizations achieve ultimate protection across modern threat vectors, explore the benefits of a cloud based security strategy to protect against the risks associated with Shadow IT; and examine why organizations need to look beyond traditional two-factor authentication to combat modern threats.
“Cloud Security has evolved over the past ten years, firstly with hosted email security, then web security and now with Cloud Application Control or CASB. There is, however, one thing that has remained consistent – the need for visibility. Yet, many organizations simply don’t know where to start, because they are unsure what exact threat vectors they need to protect against,” says David Hald, chief strategy officer, CensorNet. “Organizations need a 360 degree view across all the key threat vectors to be in control and speedily react to any suspicious events before they affect their business.”
During Cloud Expo 2016, CensorNet will be leading the following speaker sessions:
- 14:10-14:35 Tuesday 12th April, Virtualisation Infrastructure & Storage Theatre
Modern threats require modern user authentication – Is it time to step up yours?
Kevin Thiele, regional manager, CensorNet
- 15:30-15:55 Tuesday 12th April, Developing and Delivering Cloud Security Strategies & Security Innovations Theatre
Unified Cloud Security – because cybercriminals don’t distinguish by threat vector
David Hald, chief strategy officer, CensorNet
- 10:30-10:55 Wednesday 13th April, Developing and Delivering Cloud Security Strategies & Security Innovations Theatre
Shadow IT – Why convenience always beats security
Grahame Smee, VP sales EMEA, CensorNet