Disruptive Technology: How Businesses Are Adapting to AI, Blockchain, and IoT
Over the course of this podcast series, we’ll be exploring a variety of themes that represent some of our key strategic pillars and look at how these impact our customers and the wider business world. You’ll hear from a wide range of guests, who’ll share their expert knowledge and their insights as to how technology represents a bridge to the future – of business and beyond.
Each episode, we host a panel discussion on the topic in hand and wrap up with a final segment “Technology Bytes” featuring a deeper technical analysis on the challenges and innovations that our theme represents.
In our second episode, we’re tackling end to end security. With every new communication innovation, our expectation as consumers and as businesses shifts to expect greater speed and increased flexibility across more devices. This in turn leads to more infrastructural complexity and greater security requirements at every turn. So how can companies ensure that their security systems are designed to adapt with innovation and the widening threat landscape that that innovation sometimes creates? Donna O'Shea, Chair of Cyber Security at MTU, Martin Lee, EMEAR Lead, Talos Strategic Planning & Communications at Cisco and Frank Hoban, Systems Architect at Cisco join host Tony Davitt to discuss.
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