Micro-Segmentation Day

Micro-Segmentation Day
Micro-Segmentation Day

Keep your business afloat, even if you're attacked.

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Join the micro-segmentation experts from Orange Cyberdefense, Guardicore and AlgoSec on a Micro-segmentation Day.

Tuesday 14 September 2021 between 09:30 - 12:30 CET

The migration of vast amounts of data and data processing to the cloud — or more precisely, to clouds — the lack of visibility and control across complex hybrid environments and constantly growing cyber threats are arguably the biggest challenges of enterprise computing over the past years.

Network segmentation is a well-understood and established security practice. The problem is that it is difficult to execute in dynamic infrastructures, across complex hybrid networks, and at cloud scale, where workloads are communicating and often migrating across segments.

Software defined micro-segmentation is a more agile, secured option. It can be applied fast, anywhere. Especially areas where enterprise customers know they need to further segment their applications and workloads to detect and thwart threats within their data centers, clouds, or hybrid infrastructures in real time before they can do any damage.

If you’re attacked only one segment will affected, and your business can stay afloat until the segment is repaired. In an environment without micro-segmentation an attack can affect your entire business, resulting in a costly delay until everything has been repaired.

Join this Micro-segmentation Day especially crafted for those who want to go in depth about micro-segmentation.

Topics and themes

Join this great opportunity to learn how you can succeed with micro-segmentation.

We will cover the following topics: 

  • Mitigating Ransomware with micro-segmentation
  • How to understand and segment your hybrid and multi-cloud network
  • How to identify what’s running on your network
  • How to segment legacy systems
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09.30 – 09.45

Orange Cyberdefense
Opening session
Gilles van Heijst, CTO Orange Cyberdefense Netherlands

09.45 – 10.15

External expert
Microsegmentation – The practical benefits within a strategic cybersecurity program
Mario Procopio – Pro CISO Cybersecurity Advisory Services

The session will analyze some practical operational and security concerns, explaining how Microsegmentation can be used to achieve tactical quick-wins, while also creating the foundation for a more robust cybersecurity strategy in all of its phases. Whether in a consolidated infrastructure, a digital transformation or a cloud migration, microsegmentation can help companies rapidly detach from their physical boundaries, to be fully in control and future-proof, even in an evolving environment. The continued visibility provided by micro-segmentation, in addition to its enforcement capabilities can provide benefits to both multiple IT and Application stakeholders, in addition to the security managers.

10.15 – 10.30

Coffee break & Magician Performance



Technical program:


Strategic program:

10.30 – 10.45

How to map hybrid/multi-cloud network
Avishai Wool, Co-Founder and CTO

Digital Transformation – supporting your journey to the cloud
Nick Baglin, VP EMEA

10:45 – 11.00

Infrastructure agnostic security
Yuval Goldberg, Director of Product

Understanding your hybrid/multi-cloud network security topology
Richard Ferrier, Alliances & Channel Manager

11.00 – 11.15

Taking Guardicore flows and applying them on the network
Yoni Geva, Product Manager

Mitigating Ransomware with Zero Trust- why it’s a must for business
Thomas Norlin, Regional Director Nordics Guardicore

11.15 – 11.30

Ransomware – how to fight it
Ariel Zeitlin, CTO and Co-Founder

Micro-segmenting your network in an application frame of mind
Avishai Wool, Co-Founder and CTO

11.30 – 11.45

Coffee break & Magician Performance

11.45 – 12.00

Customer testimonial
Sebastian Kim Morsony, IT Architect and System Consultant

How they leveraged security with micro-segmentation.

12.00 – 12.30

Orange Cyberdefense, AlgoSec, Guardicore and external expert
Closing panel session


Mario Procopio,
Managing Director of Pro CISO®
A well-rounded chief information security officer, with over 25 years of IT Security experience, of which 12 years as a CISO in the multinational Telecoms industry. He possesses a combination of technical, legal and soft skills, that have allowed him to build cyber security teams and lead them in the mission of protecting enterprises while enabling their digital transformations.Mario has a technical background, having initiated his career as a software developer, network and security specialist, but also holds a degree in law and an MBA, in addition to the industry certifications CISSP, CCSP, CISM, ISO in the fields of Information Security, Risk Management, Business Continuity and Supply Chain security.

Gilles van Heijst
CTO, Orange Cyberdefense Netherlands

Gilles van Heijst is CTO at Orange Cyberdefense Netherlands since January 1, 2021. In this role, he is responsible for Orange Cyberdefense’s long-term vision in the field of security and technology. Gilles worked for four years at NXP Semiconductors NV where he held various positions. Before that, Gilles picked up extensive experience at various organizations in the field of Infrastructure and Network Architecture.

Avishai Wool
CTO and Co-Founder, AlgoSec
Prof. Avishai Wool co-founded AlgoSec in 2004 and has served as its CTO since its inception. Prior to co-founding AlgoSec, he co-founded Lumeta Corporation in 2000 as a spin out of Bell Labs, and was its Chief Scientist until 2002. At Lumeta, Prof. Wool was responsible for transforming the firewall analyzer technology he helped develop at Bell Labs into a commercial product. Earlier, Prof. Wool was a technical staff member at Bell Labs’ Secure Systems Research Department, where he led a team of researchers who created the first research prototypes for the firewall analyzer. He has published more than 110 research papers and holds 13 US Patents, and has served on the program committee of the leading IEEE and ACM conferences on computer and network security. Prof. Wool has a B.Sc. (Cum Laude) in Mathematics and Computer Science, and a M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Computer Science.

Rich Ferrier
Alliances & Channel Manager, AlgoSec

Rich is an experienced and successful Channel Enabler with many years experience advising partners and their customers on best of breed solutions. His industry knowledge is based on working for some of the leading Security Integrators and Vendors in the Industry, and being the trusted advisor on security solutions for mid to large enterprises in EMEA across various sectors.

Yoni Geva
Product Manager, 
AlgoSecYoni Geva is a Product Manager at AlgoSec, experienced with IT networks, virtualization, cloud and security policy management. Yoni has an extensive experience in product management as well as software engineering. Outside of AlgoSec, Yoni enjoys sports, traveling and spending time with his family.

Ariel Zeitlin
CTO, GuardicoreAriel co-founded Guardicore after spending eleven years as a cybersecurity engineer and researcher at the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), where he worked closely with co-founder Pavel Gurvich. In his last position at the IDF, Ariel led a team of 30 engineers and researchers to successfully achieve some of the most challenging and cutting edge technological projects of the Israeli Intelligence Corps. Prior to that, Ariel worked as a software engineer at Intel Corporation. Ariel holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Computer Science from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

Yuval Goldberg
Director of Product, GuardicoreYuval Goldberg has more than 15 years of experience in product management and R&D engineering with deep technological knowledge that includes all aspects of product life-cycle from concept, R&D to product launch. Prior to Guardicore Yuval had acted as a Product Manager at Aqua security and filled other engineering tasks at Elbit Systems.

Thomas Norlin
Regional Director Nordics, GuardicoreThomas Norlin joined Guardicore April 1, 2021 to head up the Northern Europe region, based out of Copenhagen in Denmark. He comes with more than 20 years experience from the IT/Cyber Security world, having worked for companies like Symantec and CyberArk. In Thomas’ own words, his objective working for Guardicore is to  identify and establish clear positive business outcomes for organisations by introducing software based segmentation, to make them more resilient and better protected against cyber threats – and at the same time enable them to embrace new and emerging technologies for more agility and speed in driving their business’.

Nick Baglin
VP EMEA, GuardicoreNick Baglin has more than 20 years of experience in IT and security. Prior to Guardicore, Nick spent six years as VP of EMEA Sales at publicly traded CyberArk, among other leadership positions. Baglin joined CyberArk to lead EMEA growth. During his tenure, he grew headcount 10X and significantly expanded the company’s regional presence through a strategic channel-focused approach.

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