DescriptionWe now live in the digital era, where no industry is immune to digital disruption. The perfect storm is upon us, and organizations must take full advantage of it. Most CIOs are expected to “doing more with less”; fueled by digital transformation, major technology transformations, such as Artificial Intelligence, connectivity, 5G, IoT, big data, cloud, blockchain, x-reality, quantum computing; all of that and much more are compounding the complexity and cost challenge for IT; consequently, the cybersecurity challenges are exponentially growing, which requires transformative approach for threat mitigation and solution. During this session, we will explore the ever-changing threat landscape and the evolving world of cybersecurity; we will talk about solutions and architectures that will enable organizations to deal with the new reality.
Osama Al-Zoubi is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Cisco Middle East and Africa. A key area of focus under Osama’s leadership is the development and execution of technical strategies for digital transformation for the Middle East and Africa region. Osama drives technology strategy and innovation through working closely with Government Agencies, Enterprise Customers, the Private Sector, and Partners across the region. His focus is on developing Business and Technology Architectures to deliver on government priorities, drive innovation, and partners to accelerate country digitization. He is experienced and regarded as a technical leader who leads the Systems Engineering, Innovation, and Architectures organization for Cisco in the Middle East and Africa. In his role, he partners with all customers across the region to drive innovation and digital transformation. Osama has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC), and a Masters in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), in Illinois, Chicago.
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