All five sessions of Channel Partner Insight's Security Summit are now available on-demand for registered users.
The five-part webinar and podcast series hosted the likes of NTT Security's CEO Matt Gyde as well as executives from Tech Data, Logicalis, Exclusive Networks, Barracuda and Datto.
You can register to view all five sessions, completely free of charge, here.
The Security Summit 2019 includes:
Session 1 - In conversation with NTT Security's CEO Matt Gyde
The long-time security exec talks through the recent developments of NTT in becoming one unified brand, as well as the rise of ‘bad guys as-a-service' for any would-be cybercriminals.
Session 2 - Email security - how to step up your game?
CPI Editor Josh Budd joins Barracuda's SVP and GM of managed services Brian Babineau to discuss why automation has become key to email security, and why spam filters and AV are no longer enough
Session 3 - Windows 7 end of life - How can partners fill the void left by Microsoft?
This webinar between CPI, Datto and MSP Neustro Consulting, explores how thousands of users could be at risk once Microsoft ends free support and updates for Windows 7 devices, and how the channel should see it as an opportunity.
Session 4 - Navigating a crowded security market
Tech Data and Softcat execs join CPI in this podcast to discuss how to build a profitable security offering for smaller customers. We discuss the main pain points of SMBs today, and how the channel can help.
Session 5 - Security and the channel - Who bears the responsibility?
Exclusive Networks UK and Logicalis discuss how the channel could have contributed to misinformation in security, and where partner and end user responsibility begins and ends.
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