1107: New Security Threats to the Enterprise in 2020
Today, more than 80% of the Fortune 500 and over 20,000 enterprises (and 18M end-points) and service providers across every vertical entrust Pulse Secure to empower their mobile workforce to securely access applications and information in the data center and Cloud while ensuring business compliance.
Sudhakur Ramakrishna is CEO of Pulse Secure and joins me on Tech Talks Daly to talk about a variety of security trends that will be impacting the tech industry in 2020. We discuss the impact that the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is having on security in the enterprise and What Zero Trust is going to mean to the enterprise in 2020.
We also talk about the evolution of security, SaaS, and Cloud before tackling Hybrid IT and the expanded attack surface too. Meanwhile, I learn more about how Pulse Secure provides software-driven Secure Access solutions that provide visibility and seamless, protected connectivity between users, devices, things, and services.
Sudhakar Ramakrishna is CEO of Pulse Secure, where he oversees all aspects of business strategy and execution. With nearly 25 years of experience across the Cloud, mobility, networking, security, and collaboration markets, Sudhakar joined Pulse Secure from Citrix.
At Citrix, Sudhakar served as the senior vice president and general manager for the Enterprise and Service Provider Division, where he had profit and loss responsibility for approximately a $2.5 billion portfolio of virtualization, cloud networking, mobile platforms, and cloud services solutions.
Before Citrix, he was at Polycom and was president of products and services. Sudhakar has also held senior leadership roles at Motorola, 3COM, and US Robotics and brings significant experience in strategic planning and execution, organization development, and incubating and scaling new businesses to Pulse Secure.
Sudhakar earned his master’s degree in Computer Science from Kansas State and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Sudhakar is a member of the board of directors at Health iPass. He has significant experience as a board member and advisor of Public and Private companies.