Don’t Roll the Dice on Security: Learn How to Counteract Targeted Attacks & Environmental Threats

Date(s) - 11/15/2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Twin River Casino

Cyber attacks have wreaked havoc on organizations in nearly every industry sector. And 30% of all outages businesses suffer are caused by environment factors. This is one area where you don’t want to take a chance! Join industry experts from Veritkal6, TAG Solutions and AVTECH as they provide insight into the types of cyber attacks, the business systems and environments that are most at risk, and the importance of an organization-wide approach to cyber security and environmental monitoring.

Jeff Miller, Channel Program Manager at TAG Solutions will provide an interactive tabletop exercise to walk you through real-world cyber threats and the impacts they can have on a company that turns a blind eye to security (think spear-phishing, misuse of social media, and poor third party vendor management practices). Learn the anatomy of common cyber threats and the cost-effective security measures you can put in place today to help you avoid ending up on the 6:00 news.

In addition, temperature, humidity, flood, power, smoke, and more can cause data loss, physical damage, and bring your organization to a dead stop. If you are monitoring your network and data to prevent data loss and increase your reliability, it makes perfect sense to monitor your environment as well. Rick Grundy, President and John Pinckney, Reseller Channel Manager from AVTECH will show you how Room Alert, the world’s leading proactive environment monitor, can protect your mission-critical assets from environment-related downtime and damages.

Rick Norberg, President at Vertikal6, will wrap up the seminar with a Q&A session and provide insight into the key technology and industry cyber security challenges to be expected in the coming year.


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