CSA HKM Knowledge Sharing Event – November 2016

Two months ago, we have organized an introductory talkabout Software Defined Network. As SDN and NFV play an important role in IaaS Cloud computing, we would like to organize another talk about SDN.

This month we have invited Mr Ian Christofis, Managing Principal Consultant of Thales Critical Information Systems and Cybersecurity to deliver a talk entitled “Security Implications of Software Defined Networking and Network Function VIrtualisation”.
In this talk, the speaker will talk about the security implications of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualisation (NFV). This session will briefly introduce SDN and NFV, and why these technologies are important, then discuss the pros and cons of SDN & NFV from a security perspective.

Please do not miss this opportunity to learn from the expert and get connected with your peers.

Participants can claim 1.5 CPE.

DATE: November 10, 2016 (Thursday)

TIME: 4:30 – 6:30 pm

VENUE: Room Z409, Core Z, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom

SPEAKER:

Mr Ian Christofis, Managing Principal Consultant, Thales Critical Information Systems and Cybersecurity

TOPIC:

Security Implications of Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualisation

THE SPEAKER:

Ian is a specialist in information security (cryptographic security, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), identity & access management, smart cards, risk management, etc), personal data privacy and electronic commerce. He combines a strong understanding of the commercial and strategic business issues with a detailed knowledge of the technology. He is Managing Principal Consultant with Thales, driving security consulting and professional services for Thales security products in APAC.

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