The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Triad of NC Chapter are hosting their 4th annual Security Summit on Thursday, June 22, 2023. The day includes breakout sessions, a vendor exhibit hall and a keynote presentation by Teneo and partner, Akamai Technologies. This is a great educational opportunity and provides CEU’s for certifications. This is event is FREE to members and non-members of ISSA.
Location: Forsyth Technical Community College, 2100 Silas Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem, NC
The catastrophic combination of hybrid working, expanded attack surfaces, rising security threats and increasingly sophisticated and disruptive attacks has created the ‘perfect storm’ in cybersecurity.
With no one security tool able to protect against the full spectrum of cybersecurity attacks, organizations must use a multi-layered approach that protects the user and secures the network.
Unfortunately, even with the best security in place, it’s not a matter of “if” a breach will take place, but “when”. Therefore, IT teams also need a tool in place that will minimize the impact of an attack.
Join Teneo’s Marc Sollars and Akamai’s Jack May as they discuss how you can shield your business from the perfect storm of cybersecurity with a multi-layered approach.
Marc Sollars, VP of Business Development, Teneo
Jack Mays, Senior Channel Engineer, Akamai Technologies
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