IAS Security Conference at the Computer History Museum

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IAS Security Conference at the Computer History Museum

22 June 2016 @ 10:15 am - 2:00 pm

IAS

Everyone is talking about security these days.  From ransomware to breach reporting, the failures are grabbing headlines, and we know you are getting hit up with a lot of security scaremongering.  The challenge is in sifting through the fluff and getting to the meat of the threats and trends that are happening in the wild and then knowing how to address them in a thoughtful and holistic way.

We want to help you get to the core of the challenges we face as IT and information security professionals.  We find it most valuable to hear from industry insiders who have their pulse on what is happening in the wild and how to address common threats and risks.

Join us for a conversation with eight industry experts covering some of the areas of concern that keep you up at night.  We have also hand-selected a set of vendors who represent the most interesting and best-of-breed solutions in these areas.  These vendors will be available at the expo for you to learn how you can increase the security stance of your infrastructure.

SPONSORS

Dell SecureWorks – Governance, Risk, & Compliance and how they relate to the practice of information security.

F5 Networks – Securing applications in a hybrid cloud and SaaS world.

Gigamon – Wire data in the 100Gbps world and beyond.

Juniper Networks – Security intelligence: What are the current and emerging attack trends and adversaries?

Palo Alto Networks – Security beyond the network perimeter (SaaS, Cloud, Endpoint).

Splunk – The current and future role of analytics in security.

Varonis – Data governance and the insider threat to your data.

Veritas – Litigation and risk: How do we find the balance?

Lunch is included.

To RSVP click here or call for more information, Jennifer at 650-528-4354.

Details

Date:
22 June 2016
Time:
10:15 am - 2:00 pm

Organizer

Jennifer Childs
Phone:
(650) 528-4354
Website:
iarchive.com

Venue

Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043 United States
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Phone:
650-810-1010
Website:
www.computerhistory.org

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