Archived Webinar: How to Bridge the Security Gap Between Cloud & On Premise 


Thursday, 13 April 2017
12 pm (EDT) / 11 am (CDT) / 9 am (PDT) / 16:00 (UTC)
60 minutes
1 CPE (Members only)

By the end of the decade, 80% of organizations will still be investing in hybrid cloud & on premise infrastructures which creates a security gap for most organizations. As a result, many have adopted separate security tools for their cloud and on premise environments which has increased risk and increase cost. In this session, we will explore the challenges of managing security in a hybrid environment, explore the solutions and tradeoffs and Matt Vince from the State of Louisiana will share his perspective. We will also be joined by CA’s CIO who will share how CA is tackling these challenges internally.

Mahendra Durai,
CA Technologies

Mahendra is the Senior Vice President of IT Strategy and Technology at CA Technologies. In his role, he is responsible for establishing the strategy and successfully delivering on key IT initiative that enable CA’s goal. He leads the Enterprise Architecture, Information Security, IT Finance and Compliance, Portfolio and Program Office, Global End User Experience and Infrastructure Engineering & Operations functions.

He joined CA Technologies from BMC Software in August 2011 where he served as the Vice President of Consulting. In this role he created and built the Business Service Management and IT Transformation practice that delivered transformation initiatives for customer, improving the ability of IT to better align and deliver on business priorities. Prior to that role, he served as the Business Unit CIO and IT CTO at BMC Software and has 25+ year of IT industry experience.

Mahendra earned a MBA in Management from the University of Texas at El Paso and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the National Institute of Technology in Trichi, India.

Matt Vince,
Chief Design Officer,
The State of Louisiana

Matthew reviews the State’s IT project portfolio to oversee the successful planning, architecture and implementation of projects to ensure that projects align with existing state resources, infrastructure, and knowledge. In his role, he promotes enterprise, inter-departmental collaboration to drive efficiency, effective design, architecture and resource utilization across the State IT organizations. Matt began his career developing software to deliver services at the State of Louisiana.

Michael Allison,
Chief Technology Officer,
The State of Louisiana

Michael currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Architect for the State of Louisiana. As the CTO, one of his primary responsibilities is to ensure that the State’s modernization strategy is executed across all technology verticals. Along with the Chief Design Officer, he serves as the Executive Sponsor for the State’s Enterprise Architecture implementation.