At Gemalto's Evolution event last week, we were told that "businesses are innovating rapidly by evolving their business models to remain competitive".
They are doing this by "offering multiple touchpoints for customers and employees, moving to the Cloud, building new applications to connect and engage with customers and the list goes on".
Gemalto continues, stating that at the heart of this "evolution" is the "explosive proliferation of sensitive data that is created, collected and shared".
"At the same time, cyber criminals are looking at all this data as a gold mine for them to monetise!"
So how can businesses adapt to these changes?
Well, as you'll see in the complete videos of the Gemalto EVOLUTION 2018 conference below, the company brought together "leading cyber security experts and cyber security technology partners to rethink and look at new ways to help businesses adapt to changes affecting data security that come with digital transformation" as noted above, and discussed ways to disrupt cyber criminals.
Gemalto EVOLUTION 2018 featured knowledge-based presentations, insights, discussions and solutions that are practical for businesses, and was hosted by Gemalto Enterprise & Cybersecurity and supported by cyber security experts and practitioners from VMware and F5.
Gemalto also quoted Charles Darwin stating: “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change."
Here are all the conference videos and interviews in full:
Video 1/6: Gemalto evolves: rethink cyber security conference Pt. 1/2
Video 2/6: Gemalto evolves: rethink cyber security conference Pt. 2/2
Video 3/6: Gemalto Interview, Gary Marsden talks encryption, cloud, security and more
Gary Marsden, senior director, Encryption Products, Cloud Solutions, Gemalto Enterprise & Cybersecurity, spoke to iTWire on the sidelines of the Gemalto Evolution 2018 conference.
Marsden is a cloud security expert focused on the development of managed and cloud services for voice, data, IT infrastructures and security markets. His latest venture at Gemalto is on bundling security services as an on-demand offering.
He told us a bit about himself and his role, summarising his presentation, talking on how Australian businesses compare with the world on security, the future, great advice and his final messages for iTWire viewers and readers, and Gemalto's current and future customers and partners.
Video 4/6: Gemalto Interview, Graeme Pyper, regional director Gemalto A/NZ
Pyper gave us a summary of the conference, he spoke about data security and more, the importance of Gemalto's channel partners, great advice, final message and plenty more.
Video 5/6: Gemalto Interview, Jason Baden, regional vice-president, F5
Baden is responsible for overseeing the organisation’s strategic operations driving growth in the region. He has almost 20 years’ experience as a senior executive in the IT and telecommunications industry.
Baden told us a bit about himself and his role at F5, the short version of his presentation and the most important takeaways, the future, great advice and his final message.
Video 6/6: Gemalto Interview, Brad Engstrom, VMware Solutions product marketing manager, A/NZ
Engstrom is the A/NZ product marketing manager for VMware’s Software Defined Data Centre product portfolio, where he is responsible for bringing new VMware technologies into the Australian and New Zealand markets. The SDDC products help customers build hybrid clouds that combine the best of on-premises and public cloud infrastructure.
Engstrom told us a bit about himself and his role at VMware, about his presentation and top takeaways, the future, great advice and his final message.