Join F1 star David Coulthard, leading F1 sports commentator Bob Constanduros and Gigamon experts for a unique session on optimising NDR and other security tools with uncompromised network visibility. Provide your InfoSec and IT teams with the fuel to race towards a winning performance.
Full visibility of internal mechanics and external surroundings is crucial for F1 drivers racing on circuits at break-neck speed. Protecting your IT infrastructure is no different. Without clear visibility of ALL relevant traffic, deploying NDRs or any other security tool is so resource-intensive and time-consuming, it can take InfoSec teams away from detecting and hunting threats.
Learn more about network security optimisation, Gigamon solutions and hear from a Gigamon customer on how they maximised their NDR investment. The final lap will see David Coulthard taking live questions from the audience and being interviewed by Bob Constanduros who has covered over 670 Grand Prix’s and interviewed multiple F1 legends throughout his career. Don’t miss your chance to ask David what you have always wanted to know about F1 and his career!
Take a pitstop and join us for one hour on 24th November at 1 pm GMT | 2 pm CET
Former F1 Driver, Broadcaster and Entrepreneur
|David Coulthard is a former Formula 1 Grand Prix driver, television broadcaster, author and entrepreneur. His business interests include co-founding Whisper, one of the UK’s fastest growing television production companies which produces sports and entertainment content including from NFL, Formula 1, SailGP, US Open Golf, FA Women’s Football and the Paralympic Games.|
|David’s profile is underlined by current brand ambassadorships for companies including Red Bull, Mercedes Benz, IWC, Heineken, Cooper Tire, UBS and Transcal. Born in Twynholm, Scotland, David began racing karts at the age of 11 and rapidly progressed through the lower ranks of motor racing, including winning the prestigious Macau Grand Prix and Masters Formula 3 events. He made his Formula 1 World Championship debut for the team in 1994. Victories included winning the British and Monaco Grands Prix twice, and during this time he enjoyed wheel-to-wheel combat with rivals including team mate Mika Hakkinen and Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher. He stepped away from racing in Formula 1 at the end of the 2008 season, but not before scoring his final podium finish at that year’s Canadian Grand Prix. Between 2009 and 2015 he co-commentated on Formula 1 for the BBC before moving across to Channel 4 where he remains central to the sport’s coverage in the UK. He also regularly presents the podium interviews with top three drivers on behalf of Formula 1 itself. In 2007 David published his autobiography It Is What It Is and in 2018 his second book The Winning Formula made the Sunday Times Best Seller list in the UK. In 2010 he was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.|
Formula 1 Track Commentator
|Bob Constanduros is a commentator and journalist who has covered over 670 Grands Prix in a journalistic career covering more than fifty years. He was born into a family interested in motor racing and began his journalistic career reporting club races in the UK in the late sixties. He became a fulltime motor sport journalist in the early seventies, going freelance after five years and travelling from race to race in Europe, extending this coverage worldwide in the eighties. He has been the on-circuit track commentator and announcer since then, working with Formula One Management and the governing body, the FIA. He didn’t miss a single Grand Prix between 1985 and 2017, covering the careers of motor sport legends such as Jackie Stewart, James Hunt, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton. He has also covered many other forms of motor sport over the years. He lives in West Sussex, not far from Goodwood where his interest in motor sport began in the mid-fifties.|
Gigamon EMEA Principal Solutions Engineer, Security
With over 18 years’ experience in IT security, Ollie Sheridan joined Gigamon in November 2015. Having been a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) for over 13 years, Ollie is Gigamon EMEA’s Principal Security Engineer and Security Strategist. His wealth of experience in assisting organisations to improve their security posture has ranged from developing Security Standards and writing Security Assessments for major Financial Institutions, to providing assistance in dealing with complex security incidents such as DDoS attacks. Ollie therefore has an extensive breadth of knowledge of the key aspects any organisation needs to focus on in order to secure its assets.