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Ariento Partner Chris Rose to speak at Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Small Business Academy
The conference is one of only two WSJ events on cybersecurity annually, and is geared towards executives and business owners of small and medium sized businesses. It aims to equip them with the skills to manage the mounting risks of cybercrime.
"I look forward to being a part of the Small Business Academy, not just as a speaker but as an attendee" said Chris. "The Wall Street Journal has put together a great team of experts with diverse backgrounds. As our world becomes more connected and the need for information security continues to grow, events like this are critical. I couldn't agree more with the goal of equipping business owners and executives with the skills to manage the mounting risks of cybercrime."
As the Chief Information Security Officer for the United States Marine Corps in the Republic of Georgia, Chris ran security operations at the highest level. Following his service with the Marine Corps, he worked as a cybersecurity engineer with MITRE, a federally funded research and development center that acts as the preeminent cybersecurity expert for the United States Federal Government. He founded Ariento in 2014.
Ariento provides cybersecurity, information technology (IT), and compliance services to small and mid-sized organizations. Comprised of a veteran team boasting decades of experience at the highest levels of the United States military and federal government, Ariento specializes in delivering best-in-class technology solutions that are secure and regulatory compliant. From consulting to fully outsourced IT services and more, Ariento gives business owners and executives one less thing to worry about in today's interconnected digital world.
To learn more about Ariento, visit: www.Ariento.com. For more information on the Wall Street Journal Pro's Cybersecurity Small Business Academy visit www.cyber.wsj.com/