Adrian Moheno – Hitachi Vantara

Country Manager Mexico & NOLA

Mr. Adrian Moheno is the actual Country Manager for Mexico and the North of Latin America for Hitachi Vantara.

He has been a notable professional in Mexico, in different disciplines like sales management, business consulting, and technology for over 25 years.

Throughout his career, he has gained recognition in the technology industry with a special keen insight into the information storage market.

His vast professional journey includes top companies like Deloitte Consulting, EDS, and GEDAS North America; his last position before joining Hitachi Vantara was as Vice President of Sales for the financial and retail sectors in HUAWEI. Mr. Moheno has served customers like BBVA, Banorte, BanBajio, and the biggest retailer in Mexico Coppel. During his 15-year career at EMC, he led major accounts like Citibank and HSBC in LATAM.

He has been honored for his year-to-year sales overachieving contributions in several organizations. One of his major strengths is the combination of business consulting skills, infrastructure technology experience, and customer passion.

Mr. Moheno holds a major in Industrial and Systems Engineering, Executive MBA from IPADE Business School as well as MIT executive programs on Disruptive Technology Strategies and BlockChain. Furthermore, he has been published in top executive business magazines and was formerly a Faculty of engineering at the University of Juarez Mexico.

11:50 am Keynote

27th February 2024

Keynote Talk - The Value Of Data In The New Technological Wave

Data is the center of any organization, its importance and value will depend on each organization. Due to the increasingly evident value of data, it is an attractive source for cybercriminals who will seek to compromise it to obtain an economic benefit in the first instance, this implies that IT departments seek strategies at different levels to protect it, and in In the event of being under a cyber-attack, being able to respond and recover them without a negative impact on the organization. The first step is to understand that an attack will happen at any time.