Boston User Group Fuel Meeting

Boston User Group Meeting
Thursday, April 13, 2017
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security
Northeastern University
141 S Bedford St
Burlington, MA 01803

Join us on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at the George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security for our next Boston chapter meeting. At this meeting we will be sharing best practices and keeping up with the latest security trends. In addition, you will have the opportunity to network with other Palo Alto Networks users in your area. We'll also discuss what topics you would be interested in hearing about at future meetings.

Pre-registration is REQUIRED. No walk-ins allowed. Register today!


12:00 pm: Introductions, Check-In, Lunch

12:30 pm: Securing SaaS Applications – Warby Warburton
-    Visibility into all SaaS applications
-    Siphoning off unsanctioned applications
-    Securing the Sanctioned SaaS applications

1:30 pm: Break

1:45 pm: Review of the Public Cloud – Warby Warburton
-    Key Public Cloud Components – VPN, Internet Gateway, Distributed Router, Distributed Firewall, Load Balancers, Network Security Groups
-    Common use cases
-    Contrasting AWS and Azure
-    Traffic steering challenges for firewall integration, leveraging Source NAT, Azure UDRs
-    Demonstrations – Azure AppGW, AWS autoscale load balancing

3:00 pm: Open Discussion

3:45 pm: Wrap Up

Speaker Bio 
Warby Warburton is a Senior Product Manager at Palo Alto Networks focusing on securing the public cloud. Warby has been at Palo Alto Networks for a little more than five years and has been focused on virtualization and cloud security.  Prior to his role in Product Management, Warby managed a team of Technical Marketing Engineers responsible for public cloud and private cloud integrations as well as the Palo Alto Networks beta program and demo systems.  Before joining Palo Alto Networks, Warby worked at Hewlett Packard for fifteen years focusing most recently on data center architecture.  Warby holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arizona.     

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