Join us at Cottonwood Grille for lunch and a talk with our sponsor, Thales, on Thursday, November 2nd from 11:30 AM to 1 PM.
Matthew Olive, Sales Engineer with Thales
Matthew has been working in technology since 1993 following a six-year stint in the U.S. Army. He has worked in a variety of roles from sales and support, including IT operations and solutions engineering. During the past 10 years, Matthew’s career has increasingly focused on cybersecurity and infrastructure management which led him to his current role at Thales. Today, Matthew now supports Global systems Integrators (GSIs) and Channel Partners for the Thales Cloud Protection and Licensing department. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, dogs, and friends in Santa Cruz, CA where he resides. Any downtime is usually spent in the great outdoors, and a favorite destination for him and his family tends to be in one of our lovely state or national parks. Matthew can be found on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewolive/
Title: Why is Critical Data being Compromised? – Securing Data & Identities
Securing critical data, identities and information was where this industry started a long time ago but it became more challenging with the rapid growth of enterprise data in an interconnected world.
The pandemic forced organizations to support a remote workforce and expose critical systems that were once only accessible from inside the company’s network. Post pandemic we have shifted to a hybrid workforce which is fragmented with many still working at-home, some roaming, and others working on-site from offices and factory floors. All accessing company data and applications from multiple devices with identity the new perimeter.
With the explosion of data and the expanding diversity of identities it is essential for enterprises to secure their data and identities, both workforce and external (B2E, B2B, and B2C).
We’ve increased the attack surface and the number of vulnerabilities which has led to more data breaches. With the technology advancements in identity access management, customer identity access management, data discovery and encryption we can once again shift the focus to securing : Data & Identities.
We look forward to our November Face to Face meeting, one hour of CPE, and networking with you while learning more about securing data and identities.
Please RSVP to ensure an accurate head count for lunch.
Professional Credit: 1 CPE
Hope to see you soon!
Lee Neely, President
If you have any questions or need to cancel, please email Rachel.