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Cybersecurity is one of the biggest concerns businesses face today. Many companies are adopting cloud services, but are concerned about the safety and privacy of their data in the cloud. Join us on Nov. 5 for a webcast with industry leaders Microsoft, Fortanix, and R3 to learn about how Intel is working with industry leaders to design advanced security technologies into our products and deliver new products and services to help customers manage sensitive workloads and protect their data in the cloud.
Jennifer Huffstetler VP, Data Center Group GM, Data Center Product Management, Intel
Jennifer’s responsibilities span delivery to market of all data center processor products. While at Intel she’s applied her technical and marketing experience to manage marketing efforts for several core product lines. Huffstetler holds a BA in chemical engineering from MIT, and MBA from Babson College, F.W. Olin Graduate School.
Ricardo Correia Head of Partners, R3
Ricardo is the head of partners at R3. Previously, he co-led the technology portfolio for Commonwealth Bank of Australia and co-founded two technology startups. He brings 20+ years of enterprise software experience in senior positions at Accenture, Microsoft and Avanade, and over 10 years’ experience commercializing emerging technologies.
Ambuj Kumar Co-Founder and CEO, Fortanix
Ambuj pioneered a new security category called Runtime Encryption, and positioned Fortanix as a leading startup. Fortanix provides security that cannot be compromised by hackers, even those with physical access and root credentials. Ambuj holds many patents, a Master’s degree from Stanford, and Bachelor’s from IIT Kanpur.
Scott Woodgate Senior Director, Microsoft Azure* Security and Management, Microsoft
Scott leads the Microsoft Azure* security & management marketing team. During 18 years with Microsoft he’s managed teams from 3 to thirty, from developers to IT professionals, from Windows to Servers to Azure, at corporate and in the US field office. Scott has five degrees from the University of Auckland.