Juni Yan | Vice President AMEA, Security
BT | United Kingdom

Juni Yan, Vice President AMEA, Security, BT

Juni Yan was appointed as Vice President for Security in Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA) in July 2017. Her core responsibility is to lead all aspects of BT’s security business in AMEA. In this role, Juni is responsible for devising the overall regional strategy, as well as the end-to-end execution capabilities across sales and delivery to in-life managed services for the full spectrum of security solutions offered by BT.
Prior to joining BT, Juni was the managing director for Hong Kong and Taiwan at F5 Networks, a security vendor. During her tenure at F5 Networks, Juni achieved significant business growth and increase of the company’s market share.
Juni is an IT and telecoms industry veteran with more than 20 years’ experience, and she enjoys strong relationships with senior industry executives. Before her leadership role at F5 Networks, Juni worked at Oracle for more than 15 years, where she held various leadership roles including GM of SaaS and GM of Communications Global Business Unit.
Throughout her leadership in the various positions, Juni has successfully expanded the business into more industry verticals and white spaces.
Earlier in her career, Juni served as a consultant at Arthur Andersen Business Consulting, where she advised a variety of multinational corporations, domestic companies, and government agencies in Greater China on strategic decisions, ranging from China entry strategy, product and marketing strategy, to e-business strategy.
Juni holds a bachelor of economics from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also holds a master of science in informational systems management and a master of science in financial analysis from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Appearances:



Conference Day One @ 16:30

Closing keynote panel: Addressing the challenge of cybersecurity in a connected world

  • What are the new threats being faced by our networks today vs before?
  • Cybersecurity in the digital age: how can the industry address this collectively?
    • Improving collaboration with regulators to reduce risk and improve resiliency
    • Is there a need for greater regional coordination between operators to strengthen our networks?
  • 5-year outlook: how will new technologies pose as both a threat and an opportunity in ensuring security?
 

Conference Day Two @ 14:20

Fireside Chat: Improving quality and accuracy of security decisions

  • Overcoming the problem of legacy security policies
  • Improving the agility and flexibility of your network to meet the demands of a hyper-connected, dynamic, cloud-based threat environment
  • Integrating your NOC and SOC   
 

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