Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF will be a keynote speaker at the Broadband World Forum 2019 taking place in Amsterdam on the 15th-17th October. Steve will be discussing how networks can make technology more agile in the wake of new security risks and challenges.
Steve will also be involved in a panel discussion, where the topic will be 5G Security – Building the security layer into brand new 5G networks.
Steve’s main areas of focus include strategy, information technology, cyber security and the emerging security threat landscape across both the corporate and personal environments. He is a frequent speaker and commentator on technology and security issues. Formerly at Ernst & Young, Steve has been involved with IPOs, mergers and acquisitions of fast-growth companies across Europe and the USA, and has also advised a number of NASDAQ and NYSE listed global technology companies.
BBWF is the only global operator-led event for the networks industry. The event will bring the entire broadband ecosystem a platform that enables innovation, collaboration and facilitates learning about trends and future technologies.
The program will be exploring the industry buzz surrounding 5G, AI, edge computing, network slicing, open source, IoT and blockchain and will provide a realistic perspective on how these technologies are currently being deployed, how they are evolving and how they are being monetised.