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IT Hot Topics Conference Spotlight: Chuck Kesler

We recently spoke to Chuck Kesler, CISO at Pendo and a seasoned IT Hot Topics speaker. Chuck led a rockin’ breakout session at this year’s IT Hot Topics Conference! Check out our Q&A with Chuck to learn why going back to the basics and developing security policies is important to the cybersecurity industry.


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IT Hot Topics Conference Spotlight: Stacy Thayer, Ph.D.

We recently spoke with Dr. Stacy Thayer, independent organizational development consultant and IT Hot Topics peer breakout session leader. Check out our Q&A with Stacy for a look into her IT Hot Topics breakout session and why it’s so important to the cybersecurity industry.


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RSAC 2019 | Long Live the Firewall?

Culminating world-class leaders in cybersecurity, RSA Conference 2019 was packed with insightful seminars, speakers, tutorials, training sessions and innovation
programs.

Our very own, Jennifer Minella, VP of Engineering and Security, brought the heat as a panelist on RSAC’s ‘2028 Future State: Long Live the Firewall?’ session. Alongside Adam Shostack, Marcus Ranum and moderator Harry Sverdlove, the group of cyber experts discussed the current state of network security and where the future of this industry is heading.


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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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