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Professional Services team credentials in 2017

Both our technical and sales teams work tirelessly to stay up to speed on the industry, market segment needs, as well as manufacturer solutions. It’s no surprise then that our teams are constantly gaining knowledge through events, training, and certification.


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Take-aways from “Another Women in Cybersecurity Panel”, VP of Engineering Jennifer Minella featured

Eleanor Dallaway, Editor and Publisher of Infosecurity Magazine captured our VP of Engineering’s comments in her highlight rel recap of the (ISC)2 Security Congress panel on A Snapshot of Women in Information Security. In her writeup, Eleanor captures the essence of a positive and light-hearted conversation with a few controversial twists, and she explains why she was drawn to yet “Another Women in Cybersecurity Panel”.


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Watch RSAC TV’s interview with Jennifer Minella, VP of Engineering

Jennifer Minella, VP of Engineering and Security, Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc., is interviewed by Paul Roberts, Editor in Chief and Founder of the Security Ledger. In this 2017 interview during the RSAC USA Conference, Paul and Jennifer discuss diversity, why the “women in  XYZ” discussion is getting old, and some of today’s security threats and trends. You can watch the short 10-minute interview here: https://www.rsaconference.com/videos/rsac-tv-jennifer-minella-interview...
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Jennifer Minella speaks at RSAC 2017 on “Expert Mobility: Managing the Wi-Fi World of Wearables, Sensors and IoT”

Thursday, February 16th at the RSA Conference USA, Carolina Advanced Digital’s VP of Engineering will be speaking on advanced and emergent wireless technologies, with a focus on those designed for supporting IoT, wearables, and sensors. “This wireless session will be different from the LAN-based Wi-Fi topics I’m usually asked to present. Some of this technology is emergent, and a lot of it is theoretical still” commented Mrs. Minella, “Attendees shouldn’t expect the traditional WLAN conversation during this talk.”


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