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NATO Security Summit Wales

When there’s a major show in town it pays to plan ahead. If that show happens to bring together 60 world leaders to discuss today’s geopolitical issues, appointing communications professionals with tried and tested track records is a wise precaution. Sarah Billson, deputy commercial director at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, faced that exact situation when NATO Summit Wales 2014 came to Celtic Manor. With 4,000 delegates and 1,500 reporters demanding security and resilience of the highest order – and only six weeks to bring it all together – at Sarah’s request a top-flight BT team was assembled. People attending the NATO Summit Wales 2014 probably never even thought to ask what made their telecoms 100 per cent secure and fully available at all times. And that’s actually how it should be
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Case study: ©British Telecommunications plc “BT worked extremely hard and long hours to deliver the secure core infrastructure required for the event.” Russell Phillips Vice President Facilities Celtic Manor Appointing an expert international event communications team Challenge Hosted at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, the NATO Summit Wales 2014 needed network security and resilience of the highest order Solution The BT solution included dual Internet Connect UK pathways, featuring DDoS protection and other security services from BT Cyber Defence Operations Value Delivered in just six weeks the BT network served 4,000 delegates and 1,500 global media reporters with full security and 100 per cent availability NATO Summit Wales 2014

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