“The Data Connectors Tech Security conferences are held in 50 major-market cities across the United States and Canada. Our events provide local IT professionals and departmental decision-makers an excellent opportunity to visit with regionally-based security teams from top industry-leading companies once a year,” noted Co-Founder Dawn Morrissey.
Co-Founder Kim Hakim had the following to say, “The speakers and vendors will focus on the educational needs of the attendees at the Portland conference by delivering valuable information that relates to securing their unique IT environments. With 15 years of experience hosting these events, we feel that we understand attendee needs at the Data Connectors conferences.”
Companies from all over North America will be present. As previously mentioned, the Portland conference is to feature a selection of presenters that will address attendees on relevant industry topics. Attendance in the conference for speaker presentations qualifies for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits.
Look for sessions by industry leaders such as:
Matt Gowarty of Infoblox, FireEye
Terry Boedeker of Varonis
Palo Alto Networks
Phil Austin of Accutive, Centrify
Abby Strong of Aerohive Networks
Joseph Clarke of Stealth by Unisys
Brian McLean of Fortinet
Frank Bunger of Bromium
Matt Hiltebrand of Check Point
Shogo Cottrell of HP Enterprise Security
Rick Suehring of Silver Peak
This is a great opportunity to learn about recent developments for IT industry professionals in the greater Portland area. There will be prize packages as well as refreshments and lunch served for those that register.
To register for the event visit: http://dataconnectors.com/
ABOUT DATA CONNECTORS
Since 1999 Data Connectors has been dedicated to producing high-quality executive symposiums that focus on driving the future of business in the new age of the digital economy. These conference programs are designed to showcase the broad spectrum of new and emerging information security products and services to solve business’s complex IT security challenges.
These technology security conferences regularly feature 30-60 vendor exhibits as well as 8-12 industry experts from the respective market discussing current issues such as email security, LAN security, wireless security, social media security, cloud security, compliance and more. This format provides excellent educational speaker sessions and tremendous networking opportunities in 50 major cities across the United States and Canada.
Learn more: http://www.DataConnectors.com