Author: Marc Woolward

Marc has over 30 years of experience in mission critical infrastructure and software-defined networks. Marc joined vArmour as CTO in February, 2015. Prior to this role he was a Technology Fellow and the CTO for Networking and Telecommunications at Goldman Sachs. He served as a member of the Technical Advisory Group and as the founder and leader of the Security Working Group within the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). Earlier in his career he managed infrastructure at Cantor Fitzgerald and Coutts & Co. Marc has a decade’s worth of experience architecting and implementing datacenter software automation, and private cloud architectures. Marc is currently British and Worldcup Masters Surfkayak Champion and has represented England at the international level for several years.

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FFIEC Risk and Relationship Series -
Business Continuity Part 1

FFIEC Risk and Relationship Series - Business Continuity Part 1

In this session, we will explore the changing focus of Business Continuity Management (BCM), and the governance structures and processes required in financial services. We will take a look at the transformation of risk management ...
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Introduction to FFIEC Risk and Relationship Series

Introduction to FFIEC Risk and Relationship Series

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Over the past few months, resilience and risk management have become priority topics in enterprise IT as the COVID-19 pandemic has put Business Continuity Management (BCM) processes to test in ways that were not broadly anticipate...
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Relationships Power Application Security in the Cloud. Context Turbocharges It!

Relationships Power Application Security in the Cloud. Context Turbocharges It!



Modern cloud services are rich in security controls - offering a vast array of policy enforcement options, access log data, IAM permissions, and other advanced features delivered in software as applications are instantiated. Howev...
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Building Cyber-Resilience

Building Cyber-Resilience

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What a year we’ve seen! In addition to the continued ‘Mega Breaches’ we’ve seen increasing evidence that software complexity means there is no such thing as ‘Secure Code’. We’ve seen huge holes in common protocol implementations (...
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