Posts filed under: Public Speaking

Join me and Nathan from Zscaler in this webinar The new way of work is remote, mobile-first, and cloud-based. Employees expect instant, secure access to applications, information, and resources. Meanwhile, threats proliferate, VPNs lag, hardware costs rise, and little is...
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https://info.zscaler.com/webinar-three-ways-ztna-protects-against-ransomware Ransomware is now using popular remote access VPNs as a Trojan horse to gain access to enterprise networks. This is frustrating for IT teams that are being asked to enable mobility for their users. Unfortunately, the technology they invested...
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I will be the keynote speaker at this years Computer World Security Conference in Denmark, both Copenhagen and Aarhus, come along and find out how BlackCloud can protect the enterprise. January 28th in Aarhus at Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel Margrethepladsen...
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I will be a Keynote speaker at the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Nordic Summit Conference 2017 on 14 June 2017 16:10-16:50.  I will be speaking about how MAN reinvented security with cloud solutions. See Agenda Here: CSA Nordic Summit Agenda...
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This years Key Note Speaker, Tony Fergusson knows how important Digital Transformation is to a company. It’s a matter of survival. Tony Fergusson is an Infrastructure architect, working with many technologies within the Enterprise with a focus on the Security. Tony...
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EXCLUSIVE INVITATION Zscaler Cloud Experience 2016 – Copenhagen Join us in Copenhagen, Denmark to hear inspiring customer speakers and Zscaler experts. Lunch will be served prior to our event session, then networking and refreshments to close out the afternoon. We...
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The Enterprise IT landscape is changing with the adoption of mobility and cloud services, and enterprises need to change their architecture to meet the growing needs of securing users from anywhere on any device. Join in and be inspired by...
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