How to Build ROI into Your Organization’s Emerging Cloud-Based Security Systems Strategies

March 20, 2024
Join industry leaders to discover practical strategies for enhancing security posture, achieving cost-effective scalability, and aligning cloud security initiatives with business objectives and fiscal responsibility.

This event was originally held on March 20, 2024
and is now available for on demand viewing.

Sponsor: Honeywell, March Networks & i-Pro Americas, Inc

 1 Hour

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Key Talking Points

  • What is cloud efficiency?
  • How to identify applications that will benefit the most from migrating to the cloud
  • Effective monitoring of cloud expenditure
  • Before investing, how to choose only the resources and storage you need
  • Best practice for choosing an experienced cloud-managed services partner
  • How CSO and CIO leaders can achieve ROI by building strong relationships with the C-suite and business unit managers

Organizations that move to the cloud often do so because of the high costs associated with managing and maintaining their infrastructure on-premises. Yet, many are never able to realize those expected savings, and in fact, end up wasting a lot more due to cloud overspending. Gain strategic insights into maximizing the return on investment (ROI) in the scope of cloud-based security systems. As organizations increasingly migrate their security infrastructure to the cloud, understanding how to effectively measure and enhance ROI becomes paramount. Industry experts will show participants practical approaches for developing and implementing cloud-based security strategies that not only bolster overall security posture but also deliver tangible and measurable returns. From cost-effective scalability to streamlined management, key considerations for optimizing the financial benefits of cloud-based security solutions will be addressed.

Whether you are an IT professional, security strategist, or a decision-maker within your organization, this session offers valuable perspectives to align your cloud security initiatives with business objectives and fiscal responsibility.


Mulli Diamant
VP of International Business Development
ESI Convergent

Mulli is an industry veteran with over 25 years of expertise in commercializing technologies and growing businesses across multiple industries and global markets. Fields of expertise include data communication, telecom, data encryption, physical security, video analytics, face recognition, deep-learning AI and defensive cyber security. Mulli built sales and marketing teams, developed go-to-market strategies, technology and commercial partnerships and eco-systems and consultant programs as well as managed multiple global accounts. go-to-market strategies, technology and commercial partnerships and eco-systems and consultant programs as well as managed multiple global accounts.

Darnell Washington

Darnell Washington is an industry-recognized thought leader, educator, public speaker, and entrepreneur specializing in the development, design, and implementation of commercial and industrial technologies in cybersecurity, systems automation, and critical manufacturing. He has developed leading-edge technology for international defense, government, aerospace, commercial and public/private sectors.

He has been involved in numerous high-level incidents and regularly advises the security community at large on supply chain security, insider threat management, emerging technology such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and blockchain ledger security platforms.

Darnell is one of the top cryptography analysts in the U.S. working with Fortune 500 companies and private institutions. His credentials and bona fides have been verified through his work with the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, DHS Office of Interoperability and Compatibility to the National Security Agency and the US Department of Homeland Security Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.

He has worked with Law Enforcement agencies and trained agents from police investigative agencies in Computer Emergency Response Teams (US-CERT) and conducted electronic search and seizure of financial fraud, ransomware, child exploitation, and deep and dark web cyber network defense.
He also holds the U.S. Patent for his invention – a first of its kind encrypted secure communications video product used by Law Enforcement known as Credentialed High Assurance Video Encryption, (CHAVE). At the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida, he is one of three of the founding members of the Maritime and Port Security Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (MPS-ISAO) and serves on the (MPS-ISAO) board.

Ian Cameron
Director of Marketing
March Networks

Ian Cameron is March Networks Global Director of Marketing. He is a senior digital marketing, e-commerce, and brand executive with over 25 years of experience delivering business results, building high-performing teams, and solving problems. Ian built and led Epson’s global marketing team during his 19 years with the company, where he was based in Japan. He also leverages marketing experience gained from previous roles at Fobi, Meticulosity, and Elastic Path Software.

With March Networks, Ian helps organizations transform video into business intelligence by promoting the integration of surveillance video, analytics, and data from business systems and IoT devices.

Don Morron
Director Cloud Sales

 Don Morron, based in Atlanta, Georgia, currently holds the position of Director of Cloud Sales at Honeywell Commercial Security. In his capacity, Don is a dedicated proponent of cloud technology and a seasoned security professional, with a specialization in championing cloud-based security solutions. His academic background includes the attainment of an MBA from Florida Atlantic University, with a focus on Information Systems and International Business. Beyond his career, Don takes pleasure in spending quality time with family and friends, exploring the world through travel, and hosting the AI PHYSEC TODAY podcast.

Moderator: Steve Lasky
Editorial Director

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