Learn the Steps to Guarantee Peace of Mind While Managing Your Valuable Research Data
The President of HTS at Hypertec, Jonathan Ahdoot, sits down with John Morton, the Director of Technology of SHARCNET, to discuss the present challenges and future of cybersecurity as well as what SHARCNET is working on.
John shares the vision of many researchers who have the goal to build a world-class high performance computing environment in order to keep up with their ever-growing demands.
“WITH CYBERSECURITY, IT’S ABOUT THE JOURNEY, NOT THE DESTINATION”
With an optimized IT infrastructure, funding, and the right team behind you, the two experts will walk you through the journey of how to guarantee that you have the right protections in place while analyzing and managing large quantities of research data.
IN THIS WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN:
- About the work SHARCNET is doing within cybersecurity
- How to get the right IT infrastructure, funding, and team in place for your projects
- The future of Cybersecurity and the IT Infrastructures required to keep up
DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY - SHARCNET
John Morton is the Director of Technology for SHARCNET and the technical lead for the Graham HPC cluster. Over the past 20 years John and his SHARCNET team have deployed nine HPC systems that ranked among the world’s top 500, including three that were in the top 100. Keeping those systems and the valuable research data they contain secure has been an ongoing project. John holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Guelph and an honours bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Waterloo.
PRESIDENT, HARDWARE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS - HYPERTEC
Jonathan Ahdoot has been with the company for over 15 years and is responsible for sales, product, operations, engineering, supply chain, sales operations and solution engineering of the HTS business unit. Prior to this, he was Chief Commercial Officer for the sales and marketing of all the company’s products including the data center colocation and disaster recovery offerings. Jonathan has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University.