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Gigamon Service Provider Forum
22nd May 2019, Williams F1

Where

Williams F1 Conference Centre, Grove, Near Wantage, Oxon OX12 0DQ

When

Wednesday 22nd May, 2019

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Join us at the inspirational Williams F1 HQ to learn how Gigamon is fast becoming an essential element in Service Provider transformation by enabling customers to see, access, and secure data whatever the network environment, and in readiness for a 5G future.

The agenda will feature short interactive talks from Gigamon, the National Crime Agency, along with a customer case study and demonstrations. If your role involves any of the following, then this is the event for you:

  • Delivering NFV in Service Environment at scale
  • Scaling security tools within a cost-constrained environment
  • Optimising monitoring tools
  • Managing a SOC environment
  • Addressing ICR for Lawful Intercept

There’s also the opportunity to get hands on with the Pitstop Challenge and enjoy a tour of the Williams F1 museum. Places are limited, so please register today to avoid disappointment.

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Gigamon Service Provider Forum 2019

  • Agenda

    9:30 registration

    10:00 tour

    11:00 presentations

    Reimagining customer experience and value with the latest application filtering intelligence
    Karl Van den Bergh, Chief Marketing Officer at Gigamon

    Rethinking security with pervasive visibility and advanced threat detection
    Preetham Gopalaswamy, Head of Product Management at Gigamon

    Reengineering performance with access and control of data-in-motion across diverse network environments
    Mark Stuart, Strategic Capability Development Manager, NCA

    Case studies from Gigamon global Service Providers
    Ollie Sheridan, CISSP at Gigamon

    Lunch

    Networking and Activities

  • Speakers
    Karl Van de Bergh

    Karl Van de Bergh, Chief Marketing Officer at Gigamon

    Karl Van den Bergh serves as Chief Marketing Officer of Gigamon where he is responsible for global awareness and demand for the Gigamon solution portfolio. Karl most recently served as the CMO at DataStax where he led a successful digitally-driven marketing machine. Throughout his 20+ plus year career, Karl has held go-to-market and product leadership roles in $1B+ tech companies as well as working as part of the executive team at early-stage startups. Karl graduated with a BA in Physics from Trinity College Dublin, a master’s in computer science from Imperial College London and a Diploma in Humanities from Loppiano University in Florence Italy.

    Ollie Sheridan

    Ollie Sheridan, CISSP at Gigamon

    Having been a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) for over 13 years, Ollie is Gigamon EMEA’s Principal Security Engineer and Security Strategist. His wealth of experience in assisting organisations to improve their security posture has ranged from developing Security Standards and writing Security Assessments for major Financial Institutions, to providing assistance in dealing with complex security incidents such as DDoS attacks. Ollie therefore has an extensive breadth of knowledge of the key aspects any organisation needs to focus on in order to secure its assets.

    Ollie Sheridan

    Preetham Gopalaswamy, Head of Product Management at Gigamon

    Preetham Gopalaswamy is the Head of Product Management at Gigamon, responsible for the visibility nodes, the platform intelligence and the software to manage the entire infrastructure. With 30 years of experience in engineering and product management, Preetham has held leadership positions at companies like McAfee, VMware, Brocade and Digital River. He has a M.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland,College Park.

    Mark Stuart, Strategic Capability Development Manager at National Crime Agency (NCA)

    Formally a career detective with the Metropolitan Police; 10 years as a Borough Detective in East London followed by 20 years within Specialist Operations, including 13 years on the Anti-Terrorist Branch (ATB) / Counter Terrorism Command (CTC) which included managing the ATB Telephone Intelligence Unit / SPOC Office from 2005 to 2010, and from 2010 to 2015 seconded to the Home Office funded multi agency Internet Data Unit within the NCA which looks at development of intelligence concerning the UK’s most serious criminals and their use of the internet for cyber enabled and cyber dependant activity. Retired from the MPS 2015 and formally joined the NCA.