4 - 5 OCTOBER 2017 / EXCEL LONDON

James Holland

Company: Palo Alto Networks

Job Title: Systems Engineer

James Holland

James has been actively engaged at the forefront of security systems solution design and enablement for over 13 years, joining Palo Alto Networks in 2014. He previously held security engineering, consultant and architect positions with Fujitsu Services, Integralis, and NTT Security. James has worked on numerous high profile secure infrastructure projects in both public and private sectors, designing and implementing solutions across a wide variety of technology areas and vendor solutions. At Palo Alto Networks, James works with large high-tech and pharmaceutical organisations, having previously worked with energy, utility, retail and manufacturing companies. He is currently engaged in several high profile projects covering secure mobility, data centre segmentation, and public cloud migration. James also runs, snowboards, and has way too many t-shirts.

James Holland Seminars

  • Cyber, EDR, Cloud, BYOD, Machine Learning…Why an automated platform beats your subconscious buzzword thinking Thu 5th Oct 11:00 - 11:30

    Cyber, EDR, Cloud, BYOD, Machine Learning…Why an automated platform beats your subconscious buzzword thinking

    Breaches are happening, and it’s headline news. In the age of big data, machine learning, security analytics and threat intelligence, why don't we have secure infrastructure? You see the buzzwords every day, but will focus on them result in better security posture and fewer incidents? In this talk, we consider the reality of today’s threats, looking past the sensationalist media coverage. There are many ways in which attackers and their toolsets have evolved, with the automation and velocity of the offensive team now being the key pain point. If you take best of breed security technology everywhere in your infrastructure, and have ticked off all your cybersecurity buzzwords, you now have secure infrastructure, right?

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    James Holland

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    Time / Place

    Thu 5th Oct 11:00 to 11:30

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