Ignite 2017 Open Seats: Applying a Next-Generation Platform Approach to Evolving Service Provider Network Ecosystems

Anna Lough


Category: Events, Ignite
 

Ignite ’17 Security Conference is right around the corner. To get you ready for the premier security conference of the year, we’ll be spotlighting our top session each day on the blog. Register now, seats fill up quickly!

As consumption of mobile applications, new digital services, and the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, service providers are responding to demand by rapidly undergoing a fundamental transformation to all-IP networks with 4G-LTE, flexible virtualized networks (NFV/SDN), Mobile Edge Computing and, in the near future, 5G multi-access converged networks.

Meanwhile, a new and different cyberattack landscape continues to evolve that could compromise both networks and the subscribers and devices that are connected. A new approach to security is needed.

We will discuss the major industry trends including the game-changing evolution of IoT, and the overall evolving threat landscape and main challenges that are impacting both network providers and their subscribers.

Network and subscriber protection are no longer separate problems in this advanced new digital age, and service providers can apply a dynamic prevention-oriented platform approach to their security architectures with complete visibility and automation that focuses on both the networks and their subscribers to address new and evolving security challenges.


Register for Ignite ’17 Security Conference
Vancouver, BC June 12–15, 2017

Ignite ’17 Security Conference is a live, four-day conference designed for today’s security professionals. Hear from innovators and experts, gain real-world skills through hands-on sessions and interactive workshops, and find out how breach prevention is changing the security industry. Visit the Ignite website for more information on tracks, workshops and marquee sessions.

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