Simplifying Security for Hybrid Cloud Application Deployments


Register today to secure your seat for the MPA and Imperva briefing in Auckland and Wellington. 

As organisations adopt cloud platforms, there is an expectation from the business and internal applications owners that the I.T team delivers seamless security, shorter application development cycles and greater access to customer data. Join us for lunch to hear from the experts Aaron McKeown (Xero) and Ryan Potter (Imperva) on how Imperva gives organisations the flexibility to support all deployment scenarios and embeds web application security as a standard control.


Spaces are limited, so secure your spot by clicking on the following links and registering today:

Auckland - Wednesday 14th June, 12pm-2:30pm

Wellington - Thursday 15th June, 8am-10:30am

Event Day Details


Date: Wednesday 14th June 2017

Time: 12PM to 2:30PM

Venue: Gusto at the Grand, SKYCITY Grand Hotel, 90 Federal Street, Auckland


  • 12:00PM: Guest Registration
  • 12:30PM: Simplifying Security for Hybrid Cloud Application Deployments
  • 02:15PM: Q&A
  • 02:30PM: Close



Date: Thursday 15th June 2017

Time: 8AM to 10:30AM

Venue: InterContinental Hotel - 2 Grey Street, Wellington 6011


  • 08:00AM: Guest Registration
  • 08:30AM: Simplifying Security for Hybrid Cloud Application Deployments
  • 10:15AM: Q&A
  • 10:30AM: Close

Speaker Details

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Guest Speaker

Aaron Mc Keown

Ryan Potter - Director, Strategic Alliances

Ryan Potter is responsible for cloud security strategy and alliances at Imperva. He has more than 20-years of far-reaching information technology experience ranging from application and data security and managed services to design and operation of many of the world’s most complex enterprises. Ryan has previously held technical strategy and management positions at Fortinet, Juniper, and Citrix, as well as startups and government agencies.


Aaron McKeown - Lead Security Architect & Cloud Security Product Owner

Aaron is the Lead Security Architect and Cloud Security Product Owner at Xero, a cloud-based accounting software company with over 1 million subscribers. Aaron is responsible for driving the Xero Cloud Security Strategy via the next generation of the Xero hosting platform inside Amazon Web Services. Aaron has over 20 years experience in the architecture and management of complex solutions within the utilities and software industries.