Cyberstrike! Palo Alto Networks Fuel User Group London – Bowling, Brews & IIoT Cybersecurity
Nov 19 2019
5:30pm - 8:30pm - ALL STAR LANES BRICK LANE, 95 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
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The next Palo Alto Networks Fuel User Group London Chapter meeting is taking place on 19th November at All Star Lanes, Brick Lane.
The topics of discussion will be the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and the Internet of Things (IoT) with Cyber-X.
Afterwards, attendees will have a chance to ask Palo Alto Networks Engineers any burning questions they might have, or to share what they might have seen at Ignite in Barcelona.
As usual, there’ll also be time to network with other Fuel User Group members (i.e. other Palo Alto Networks customers) over some drinks and snacks, and there’ll be the opportunity to knock down a few pins on the lanes as the night rounds off with bowling and brews!
Interested parties can click here to see the full agenda and to register.
For those that don’t know, the Fuel User Group community describe themselves as follows:
Founded in August 2014, the Fuel User Group is a user led non-profit organisation sponsored by Palo Alto Networks. The Fuel User Group community is made up of users who are interested in advancing their knowledge of network and information security as well as Palo Alto Networks technologies. Through this global community, members benefit from local user groups where they can connect with peers, collaborate with industry focused groups and receive the latest threat research information.
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