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Bernard Montel: Cyber Defense : The New Concept of iSOC - Where Identity and SOC Has Never Been Tighter

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Bernard Montel
Bernard Montel
Bernard Montel, EMEA Field CTO for RSA, is driving the thought leadership of RSA in EMEA positioning and articulating RSA vision and mission to key customers and industry events across EMEA. With almost 20 years at RSA, Bernard had several roles within the company and experience in the entire...
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