Network security is no longer confined to the data center. As security shifts to the cloud, the tried and true perimeter-based model can’t keep up. With more remote workers than ever before, more roaming devices to protect, and the widespread use of cloud-based apps and services, the edges of the network have expanded well beyond the data center. That’s why the future is SASE, which offers an alternative to traditional data center-oriented security. Join Cisco and Zones as we show you how Umbrella, Cisco’s SASE solution, can help you achieve greater flexibility, control, and security in the era of hybrid work.
Stanley Leszczynski, Chief Architect - Networking, Office of the CTO, Zones
Stan Leszczynski is an information technology professional with extensive experience in diverse fields dating back to 1997. His work has centered on routing, switching, load balancing, and security. Stan has played a key role in directing major build-outs and upgrades for the NYISO, Onondaga County, New York Department of Tax and Finance, Office of Mental Health, Global Foundries, Key bank, Warner Media (Time Warner), Starbucks, Nike, and many others. A hardworking and dedicated team-player who designs, deploys, and troubleshoots complex network and security systems.
David Abbott, Cross Architecture Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco
Dave Abbott is a Secure Access Services Edge (SASE) Architect at Cisco Systems and has been with Cisco for over 5 years. Before transitioning into this specialist role, Dave was a field sales engineer in South Carolina. He has a degree in electrical engineering and is currently pursuing his MBA. When he’s not diving deep into networking and security architectures, you’ll find him smoking meats and drinking bourbon with friends.