For session one of our five-part Security Summit series, CPI will be sitting down with NTT Security's CEO Matt Gyde.
Formerly group executive of security for systems integration giant Dimension Data, Gyde took the reins as CEO of NTT Security in June as the business transitions into the global NTT brand.
Gyde's career in cybersecurity spans 25 years, having worked at manufacturers and carriers before joining Dimension Data in 2006.
In an exclusive podcast with CPI, Gyde will be discussing how the security threat landscape is evolving, giving his take on what customers need to be concerned about over the next 30 days, and his personal view on whether the IT industry can sustain a never-ending war against cybercrime.
This session will be published on the CPI website on Monday 23 September. Register here to make sure you don't miss out.
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