Join Fortinet for Fast & Secure 2022, the key network security event for the MSSP and Telco industry.

The continued use of technology brings with it increased cybersecurity risk, driving organisations to look for MSSPs and Telcos with the right service solutions and expertise to be their guide throughout their digital acceleration journey. To capture this opportunity however, MSSPs and Telcos must be proactively delivering a compelling portfolio of secure services in an increasingly competitive market.

Learn how Fortinet enables MSSPs and Telcos to EXPAND their cybersecurity knowledge and solutions, to ELEVATE their added value, and to EMPOWER the achievement of their business goals.

Fast & Secure 2022 will be held on Tuesday, 23 August 2022 at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour.

23 August 2022

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09:30 - 09:45

Senior Regional Director ANZ
Jon McGettigan

09:45 - 10:05

As geopolitical landscape shifts in this region, cybersecurity has become an efficient instrument in both sides' arsenal and cyberattacks can be sophisticated as well as destructive. In times of uncertainty, a strategic relationship between people, corporations, and governments is critical to a successful response to such pervasive challenges.

This keynote session will provide an overview of the strategic outlook, the Federal Governments’ responses to strengthening cybersecurity measurement to address possible threats and discuss risks and opportunities for businesses involved in helping address these state-level concerns.

Member of Fortinet Public Sector Advisory Council
Peter Jennings

10:05 - 10:25

Considering both the new and ongoing security challenges organisations face, Telcos and MSSPs should take advantage of this opportunity to differentiate their offerings by expanding beyond traditional device-centric services to a broad portfolio of integrated security and networking services as well as threat detection and response services. But effective managed security cannot be delivered through disconnected and scattered tools.

This session will provide an overview of the Fortinet Security Fabric, a converged, consolidated, and validated platform that enables secure digital transformation.

Jack Chan

10:25 - 10:45

To achieve the requirements of organisations to provide secure and flexible connectivity to their hybrid workforce, regardless of where the user is connecting from, it is important to move away from legacy architectures and adopt a Zero Trust Edge strategy. This new zero-trust approach helps service providers to transition from VPN services to Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) with a hybrid approach while providing a consistent access policy.

This session will present Fortinet’s innovative approach to Zero Trust Edge converging security and networking, and how Telcos and MSSPs can monetize SD-WAN and ZTNA to secure the networks and the access to applications everywhere.

Field Product Marketing Manager
Alex Chan

10:45 - 11:05

11:05 - 11:25

Compared with IT, OT is unique as the related hardware and software is usually designed to accomplish specific tasks through industrial control systems (ICS) and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA). However, as OT devices become more connected, boundaries are getting thinner between IT and OT.

This session is about challenges that IT/OT convergence is posing to service providers as they need to offer dedicated and tailored security services leveraging a unique cybersecurity platform, to ensure better protection of the infrastructure and critical sites against advanced threats.

Head of Operational Technology and Critical Infrastructure
Michael Murphy

11:25 - 11:45

The services that MSSP's and Telcos bring to market help solve some of our customers' most difficult challenges. However, developing these service offerings can involve a complex mix of identifying market opportunities and needs, investment in solutions, resources, marketing and strong partnerships.

In this panel session, we will hear from service providers on their approach to developing service offerings and discuss how Fortinet has helped along their development journey

Cloud and Alliances Manager
Simon Bray
Associate Director Connectivity and Shared Services New Zealand
Sam Ereckson
General Manager of Product and Commercial
TPG Telecom
Jeremy Howe

11:45 - 12:00

12:00 - 12:45

12:45 - 01:45

MSSP Breakout Session

Considering the constant change in the global cyber security landscape it is important that Service Providers (SPs) stay up to date with new and emerging market opportunities to address the Cyber Threat landscape while developing new offerings to differentiate and increase profitability in a very competitive market.

In this session we will take you on a journey through the Fortinet Managed Service maturity roadmap sharing insights on new opportunities, market challenges and how you can build your future managed security capability with Fortinet.

Enterprise Solutions Architect
Johann Lo
Account Manager
Richard Shipman

Telco Breakout Session 

Discover how connectivity services providers (CSPs) and healthcare providers could benefit enormously from using secure 5G connectivity to initiate a revolution in Australia and New Zealand for Smart Healthcare use cases.

Practical applications include remote consultation, remote surgery, remote monitoring and remote emergency rescue for rural areas or even metropolitan areas during Covid-19 lockdowns. Learn to prevent healthcare-related data and privacy breaches, network and device hacking, malware and ransomware infections among others using Fortinet technologies.

Enterprise Principal Architect
Rusdy Krisman

Farmers, manufacturers, logistics companies, utilities providers and other industries are increasingly looking to adopt mobile networks in providing enterprise grade industrial connectivity. 5G is an excellent fit for operational technology networks in enabling high volume, ultra-high reliability, low latency, high density, always on wireless connectivity in industrial environments. Practical use cases include Smart Agriculture, Smart Factory, Smart Logistics, Smart Grid, Smart Meter that are well suited for the sparsely populated remote areas in Australia and New Zealand. Fortinet-powered OT security solutions conforming to the Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture (PERA) provide peace of mind in thwarting potential security breaches and attacks on these mission critical industrial networks.

Enterprise Principal Architect
Rusdy Krisman