A10 Networks to discuss multi-cloud security and zero trust model during IDC webinar

Moneer 2020 04 14Networking solutions provider A10 Networks has announced its participation in IDC’s regional webinar entitled ‘Envisioning a Resilient, Cloud-Based Digital Infrastructure’ taking place on 21 April 11:00 am (UAE time)

The event is tailored for IT leaders and executives looking to enact resilient, long-term, cloud-based digital infrastructures that drive their future-of-work, data management, customer experience, and digital innovation strategies.

Mohammed Al-Moneer, regional vice-president of sales, MENA at A10 Networks will be part of the panel discussion (Track B) with the theme ‘Security and Digital Trust Model for the Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Era’. Panellists will discuss software-defined security and automation, digital trust-based models for security services, new architectures for cloud workloads, and novel approaches to ensuring governance, risk, and compliances.

“Organisations in the Middle East are increasingly adopting hybrid IT and embracing multi-cloud strategies as part of their digital transformation initiatives. To an unprecedented extent, all organisations are digitising aggressively, and all enterprises are becoming more like technology companies. Although the benefits that can accrue from multi-cloud environments are compelling, the networking and security implications are profound,” said Mohammed Al-Moneer.

“The vision of A10 Networks is to enable a secure and available digital world and deliver better business outcomes that support investment protection, new business models and help future-proof infrastructures. Our solutions provide always available application delivery and security-on-premises and in the cloud and protect networks from cyber security attacks that threaten network availability. As cloud computing brings in additional complexities, our technology simplifies IT operations with connected intelligence, automation, machine learning and DevOps/SecOps tools. We are excited to share all these insights during the panel discussion,” he concluded.

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