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Getting Your Head in the Cloud: Implementing Security Monitoring for Public Clouds

  • Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 3:30 PM EST (2019-12-12 20:30:00 UTC)
  • Sunil Amin


  • Cisco Systems Inc.

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With workloads moving from on-premise infrastructure into multi or hybrid cloud infrastructure models, the process of securing these environments can seem daunting. While some of our past experiences with traditional private networks and datacenters are still applicable, we have to learn some new tricks in order to deal with the unique characteristics of these environments. Whether you are adding public cloud workloads to an existing network security framework or you are cloud-first or a DevOps shop, your stack needs effective security analytics that makes sense for your business.

Join Sunil Amin, Principal Engineer for Cisco Stealthwatch, and former Chief Scientist of Lancope, as he discusses the evolution of cloud computing and how you can employ a public cloud security monitoring solution that fits your organizations unique needs.

Speaker Bio

Sunil Amin

As Principal Engineer, Sunil is responsible for leading the strategic architectural efforts that drive innovation and efficacy for the Cisco Stealthwatch portfolio. Sunil joined Cisco, in 2016, as part of the Lancope acquisition having held multiple engineering and engineering management roles over the 16 years of his tenure. At the time of acquisition, Sunil was Chief Scientist tasked with driving forward Lancope’s vision for a software platform for advanced security analytics. Prior to joining Lancope, he founded a software company providing protocol and signaling software stacks for telecommunications management systems. He also previously held engineering roles at Mitsubishi Telecommunications, Hitachi Telecommunications and Nortel (UK).

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