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Securing Work From Home Access Anywhere


With the incredible shift of a large portion of the global workforce moving to remote work, many organizations are scrambling to ensure secure access to their data from anywhere at any time.

Issues and challenges around this incredibly important mission are spiking as many companies rely on 3rd party contractors all over the globe who are now using personal devices. How are organizations to enforce who has access, what they can access, and make sure their endpoints are secure?

Join industry leaders Fishtech Group and Netskope to discuss current, real-world success stories and best practices which will educate and illuminate the way forward during this unprecedented time.

THU 4/09/20


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Join industry leaders with experience overseeing 100K+ global remote user endpoints for an interactive discussion on current best practices.

About The Hosts

Dan Thormodsgaard
Chief Technology Officer, Fishtech Group

As CTO and co-founder for Fishtech, Dan is a strategic advisor to Fortune 500 enterprise accounts, technology companies, and government institutions. He listens, discusses, and supports long-term SDN, Cloud, and security initiatives for his client organizations. Dan specializes in finding unique solutions to successfully map infrastructure, DevOps, and security technology to business objectives.

Dan serves on several advisory boards for leading tech companies providing insight on customer technology needs. Previously VP of Enterprise Architecture with FishNet Security, he is highly experienced running a security practice for a Big Four IT consulting firm, as well as providing leadership at infrastructure and security solution providers.

Chuck Crawford
Chief Customer Officer, Fishtech Group

Chuck brings 20-plus years of infrastructure and security experience and relevant leadership to Fishtech. His talent for aligning technology to organizational strategy is exceptional.

Previously as VP of Enterprise Architecture for Fishnet Security, he helped build and manage the cloud, data center, and virtualization practice. His team bridged the gap between security and next-generation computing environments. As CISO for the University of Kansas, he built the security program for the KU campus, including risk management, compliance, forensic analysis, governance, application, and network security. As KU’s Deputy CIO, he oversaw and managed the University’s cable plant, data centers, voice systems, network, and servers.

Chuck has led several teams building data centers in public, hybrid, and private cloud design, as well as in SDN-enabled research labs and environments.

Kerry Kilker
EVP - Chief Operating Officer, Chief Information Security Officer

Responsible for Fishtech's security, governance, and compliance initiatives, Kerry is a highly respected information security and technology executive with 30-plus years’ industry experience. Most recently, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for Walmart Technology, where he established and operated a world-class cybersecurity program for the world’s largest retail organization.

Previously, Kerry directed the application development for over 250,000 Point of Sale (POS) Store Systems, inventory management, cash reconciliation and sales floor devices in over 7,000 Walmart stores and Sam’s Club facilities globally. His team spearheaded the customer experience transformation with the introduction of self-checkout capabilities in North America. In 2017, he received the Global Chief Information Security Officer Breakaway Leadership Award.

Bob Gilbert
Chief Evangelist and VP GTM Strategy, Netskope
Bob is the Chief Evangelist at Netskope, a market-leading cloud security company. Bob is a prolific speaker and product demonstrator, reaching live audiences in more than 45 countries over the past decade. His career spans more than 25 years in Silicon Valley where he has held leadership roles in product management and marketing at various technology companies. Most recently he was the Chief Evangelist at Riverbed where he was a member of the pioneering product team that launched Riverbed from a small start-up of less than 10 employees to a market leader with more than 3,000 employees and $1B in annual revenue. Bob was first introduced to the world of cyber security as a teenager in the 80s when he hosted a BBS and had to develop his own terminal software to prevent Russian hackers from infiltrating his site being hosted from his parent’s home.

Leading Organizations to a More Secure Future