The Cybersecurity Ecosystem:
What You Can’t See Will Hurt You
SFTA Security Panel Event Sponsored by Level 3
Digital information lives in a cybersecurity ecosystem. That ecosystem is comprised of three parts: your office, the network your information travels over, and the remote servers where your information is stored or manipulated.
In order for data to be truly safe, each part of the ecosystem must be secured. While you may have 100% control over your own office, securing other parts of the ecosystem requires visibility of the potential threats.
Register today to join the South Florida Technology Alliance and Level 3 Communications on February 28 for a security thought leadership event.
Prolexic security expert Terrence Gareau will share:
- What the threats are to each area of your cybersecurity ecosystem
- Where a defensive cybersecurity strategy fits into your network infrastructure design
- How your network provider can help you identify, mitigate and resolve attacks
Special Pre-event workshop “Financial Impact of Cyber Liability” presented by Chris Burgio, CIC, CRM, Marsh & McLennan Agency at 5:00PM
Thursday, February 28
5 – 8:30 p.m.
Fort Lauderdale Marriott North
6650 N Andrews Ave
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Registration: $55.00 per person
SFTA Standard Member: $25.00 per person
SFTA Premier Member: $15.00
Students: $10.00 (must use .edu email address when registering)
Sponsorship and exhibit tables available, email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure yours today.
We hope to see you in Fort Lauderdale.
Terrence Gareau, Priniciple Security Architect, Prolexic
Terrence “Tuna” Gareau began his IT security career more than 10 years ago. His experience encompasses enterprise security, in addition to distributed denial of services (DDoS) expertise, and he has mitigated some of the Internet’s largest DDoS attacks for both government agencies and private enterprises.
Doug Eney, Vice President – CTO, Information Systems of Carnival Cruise Lines
In his current position as Vice President of I/S Engineering at Carnival, Doug is responsible for all computing infrastructure and technology strategy at Carnival including WAN, LAN, operating systems, systems and communications at worldwide locations as well as Carnival shipboard facilities.
Hernan Londono, Associate Chief Information Officer at the Division of Information Technology of Barry University
In his professional role, Hernan currently oversees Information Technology infrastructure and operations at Barry University; he specifically supervises the areas of Networks and Telecommunications, Datacenter, Applications Development and Media and Conferencing.