Parminder Sohal


Parminder Sohal

CTO, Digital Transformation, Canadian Markets at DXC Technology at DXC Technology

Joined 11/29/2017


Parminder Sohal is the CTO, Digital Transfomaion at DXC. In this role, Sohal is responsible for
driving strategic mobile, cloud and big data initiatives, key industry partnerships, and relationships to enable clients to leverage the new style of IT channels to extend their brands and more effectively reach customers, constituents, partners, and employees. He is an active participant in various industry advisory councils to help government and industry exchange information and
collaborate on technology issues in various industries, and is also a member of HP Mobility and
Testing Global Technical Console Team.

In the past years, Parminder been focusing on helping clients navigate through their Digital Transformation initiatives by working closely with Business (CMOs and CDOs) and IT stakeholders as they change their company’s business models to align their products/services to their customers. This involves utilization of Agile development practices and continuous delivery of software applications into production, as well as ongoing measurement of customer experience for seamless course correction.

I’m passionate about leading my R&D teams to build innovative capabilities and delivery models for helping our clients solve complex business problems through the implementation of Mobile, Cloud, Big Data, Security, Social and IoT (Internet of Things) technologies.

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This is a unique opportunity for passionate, expert professionals to join 20+ panelists to advance the thinking in this field. This engagement is moderated by an expert Facilitator and is open asynchronously, around-the-clock for your convenience.

Every two weeks, the facilitator will introduce a new subtopic – each theme exploring a new facet related to edge computing.

Participation is exclusive, 100% online, and at your own convenience:
- One-month participation (option to continue)
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Participate in this Panel!
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The Future of Enterprise Cybersecurity
This is about becoming the friend of clients.

Some other proof points:
Hacking and Ransomware is on the rise
The sophistication of criminals, nation-states and competitive organizations is increasing
Tools are more available than ever, lowering the bar for attack
Every size of organization needs assessment
Attack and vulnerabilities originate inside as well as outside the organization
Many opportunities:
Social engineering attacks
Brute-force password hacking and compromise
Phishing attacks
Information and content leakage (from within the organization)
Supply-chain vulnerabilities
Rogue device penetration
Improper or incomplete patching
Denial-of-Service attacks
Internal espionage or keylogging spying
In 2018, Moody's announced it would begin composing cyber-risk ratings for enterprises: Integrated into their credit ratings

24/7 NOC Assistance & Support. Relieve after-hours staff recruiting & burnout.
System Monitoring, Alerts & Remediation. Increase system performance and uptime.
Patch & Vulnerability Management. Protect systems from compromise.
Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity. Recover from Ransomware and system failures.
DFARS 252-204-7012 Compliance. Meet DOD deadlines and protect contracts.
CxO’s benefit from an extended team dynamic that allows them to concentrate on the bigger picture
Hardware Acceleration for Data Center & Edge Workloads
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The Future of Open Source Testing Tools
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Future Cloud Solutions for Global Interconnected Network of Distributors
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Applicability of advanced services
Available Talent Pool for DevOps
Cost Structures
Adherence to Open Source principles
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Enterprise Value of Artificial Intelligence
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