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Tuesday, 10 February 2015

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2015 / Co-located with Interop / Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas
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Dark Reading Cyber Security Crash Course
Wednesday, April 29 | @Interop Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Convention Center

In this all-day Interop event, the Dark Reading editors and a group of top cyber security experts will offer a crash course in what IT needs to know about data security and the dangers faced by their organizations.

Initial Sessions Announced:
  • Today's Enterprise Threat Environment
    Cyber attackers are in the news nearly every day, but which exploits are the ones your organization should be most concerned about? Top experts will offer a look at the latest attacks and trends, as well as the different types of attackers and their motivations. Get a deeper understanding of current exploits and attackers' ways of thinking, as well as advice on how enterprise defenses can be adapted to mitigate these new approaches.
  • Eliminating Risk In Cloud Computing Environments
    David Stott – Senior Director, Perspecsys
    Cloud computing services offer a level of efficiency and cost savings that most enterprises simply can't pass up. But does the growing use of cloud technologies create a growing threat to enterprise data? How can IT organizations track and secure data as it travels through the cloud? Find out the key danger points in cloud computing and the latest technologies and practices for cloud security.
  • Social Engineering – How Users Get Fooled (And How to Stop It)
    Joe Ferrara, President and CEO, Wombat Security Technologies
    As enterprises continue to improve their technical defenses, cyber criminals have found that the weakest link in the chain is the human end user. Through a variety of disguises and deceptions, attackers are frequently able to convince users to give up data and logon credentials without resistance. Learn how to mitigate phishing, watering holes, and other social engineering attacks with an overview of the social engineering defense.
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The Dark Reading Summit and Interop Las Vegas are open exclusively to IT industry professionals. All registrants must be 18 years of age or older and have current industry involvement. Proof of industry involvement is required, and you may be asked to present a business card and a government issued photo ID to collect your Interop badge on-site.

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