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Data Connectors | Dallas Technology Security Conference | 8-7-14
Data Connectors is bringing their technology security conference to Dallas, Texas this Thursday.
By: Data Connectors
Dawn Morrissey, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Data Connectors, remarked, “The Data Connectors Tech Security conferences are held in 50 cities across the United States of America and Canada that are major markets. Local IT professionals and departments are provided an opportunity to visit with regionally-based security teams from top industry-leading companies once a year.”
“The speakers and vendors at the Dallas conference will focus on the educational needs of the attendees by delivering valuable information that relates to securing their unique IT environments. After hosting these events for 15 years, we feel that we understand attendee needs at the Data Connectors conferences”
Data Connectors conferences showcase security companies from all across North America, and always feature presenters that address high-value topics in the technology security industry.
The Dallas conference will feature such industry leaders as:
Ed Collier of Check Point Software Technologies
Albert Hacker of Sims Recycling Solution
Chuck Jensen of Aruba Networks
Scott Schweitzer of SolarFlare
Stephen Gates of Corero
Debbie Lay of Varonis
Dan Geisler of WatchGuard
Tom Byrnes of Threat Stop
Rob Davis of Critical Start, RSA
Patrick Hayes of Seccuris
Phil Clarke of ArcMail
Loren Barnett of Unisys, SBS Security
The conference is a great opportunity for IT professionals in the North Texas area to gain new knowledge on recent developments in the field. Additionally, attendance qualifies for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits.
Attendance includes refreshments and lunch, as well as prize packages.
Register for the event at: 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.
Their 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 an excellent platofrm to educational speakers and tremendous networking opportunities in 50 cities across the United States and Canada.
Learn more: http://www.DataConnectors.com