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IAS Security Conference

20 July 2017 @ 10:30 am - 2:00 pm

The technology and security landscapes are shifting at a dizzying pace.  At a time when most organizations are trying to stay on top of day-to-day operations, the business is demanding increased pace in service delivery, innovation, and agility.  Yet the problem remains that most organizations spend a disproportionate amount of resources on just keeping the lights on.  For IT and information security to remain relevant in this new climate and for businesses to stay competitive, then a new way must be forged.  To assist you in doing just that, IAS has organized a panel of thought and business leaders from the technology world for a unique event focused on helping you to understand what are the emerging trends in security and what will be demanded of information security and IT organizations in the near future.

Topics will include:

  • DevOps and Security
  • Security in the Hybrid Cloud and SaaS era
  • Is a revolution in security and IT practices required to meet the current threats and adversaries?
  • Security Intelligence, its value, and the challenges in acquisition and use of it
  • Ransomware, its impact, and its relationship to security hygiene
  • EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications

This event is a panel discussion.  Panelists include:

William Miller — CIO at NetApp

Bob Worrall — SVP, CIO at Juniper Networks

Lucas Moody — CISO at Palo Alto Networks

Ken Westin  — Senior Security Strategist at Splunk

Brian Vecci — Technical Evangelist at Varonis



Crowdstrike – We stop breaches.

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

Forescout – Transforming security through visibility.

Juniper Networks – Security intelligence: Defending current and emerging attack trends and adversaries?

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

Slashnext – Opening the door to the future of network security.

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

Varonis – Protecting data from cyberattacks and insider threats.

Veritas – Getting to compliance is easier with a true GDPR solution. 

ZeroFox – The innovator of social media & digital security protecting modern organizations from risks across social, mobile, web and collaboration platforms.

Lunch is included.  Every attendee will receive a $100 Best Buy gift card upon completion of their passport card at the event.  (While supplies last.)

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


Jennifer Childs

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20 July 2017
10:30 am - 2:00 pm


Jennifer Childs
(650) 528-4354


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