Dr. Srinivas Bhattiprolu

  • Global Head of Advanced Consulting Services, Cloud and Network Services
  • Nokia, USA

As Nokia Cloud and Network Services’ Global Head of Advanced Consulting Services and Presales head, Srinivas Bhattiprolu is primarily responsible for driving the Cloud and Network services portfolio business along with business consulting business for the company.

A result-oriented IT professional with over 22 years of techno-managerial experience, Srinivas has cultivated a strong understanding of the security domain, specializing in IoT Consulting and IoT Security, building solution blueprints and the corresponding use cases for communication service providers. He also possesses knowledge and working experience in various domains such as telecommunications, banking, financial services, and industrial process control.

Srinivas’s professional accreditations include recognition as a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) from ISACA (an international association focused on IT governance) and Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) from (ISC)2.

Based in California, Srinivas holds a Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation from the Andhra University College of Engineering in India. He also holds a PGDM in Finance and IS from the Xavier Institute of Management in India, in addition to a CGBL in General Management from U21 Global and a Certification in Organization Sustainability from the University of Cambridge. He also holds certifications from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Machine Learning and Blockchain. Srinivas Recently completed a leadership course from Said Business School, Oxford University. Srinivas has a professional Doctorate from Edinburgh Napier University where he focused his research topic on Organizational Sustainability.

Sessions

  • Communications Sector Symposium

    Communications is key to any community and its infrastructure assets has become increasingly threatened. Without communications, business will be lost, and any emergency coordination would be a disaster. The internet has become a vital part of communications for all. Protection of communication assets and their resilience is vital for businesses, government and all sectors of CI.