Simple Tips for Navigating the Threat Landscape and Protecting Clients
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Date: Thursday, November 02, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
The threat landscape is evolving rapidly with attacks such as Petya and WannaCry dominating the headlines earlier this year. You need to be prepared for what’s next so that you and your clients don’t become part of the next big ransomware story. SMBs are at heightened risk so having fast, effective and powerful defenses against cybercrime is more critical than ever. This webcast will give solution providers insight into security trends and three tips to securing clients and stopping malware.
In this session you will learn:
- Importance of protecting clients across all vectors leveraging layered security and a strong machine-based detection engine
- How to reduce the complexity of managing endpoints
- How to monetize add-ons and increase customer stickiness by providing valuable features
- Considerations for future-proofing your security platform for continued services growth
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David Corlette is the Director of Product Management for VIPRE, a top-rated, award-winning internet security product for channel partners and businesses worldwide. For the past decade, David has worked with customers and partners to design and build best-of-breed IT security using innovative threat detection and response solutions. He has broad experience in advanced threat, SIEM, networking, cloud services, security standardization, open source, agile development and technology policy. He chaired the Distributed Management Task Force, a computer software trade group which works to simplify the manageability of network-accessible technologies and holds an A.B. in Electrical Engineering from Harvard University.
Theresa Caragol is founder and principal consultant of Theresa Caragol Consulting, LLC, and Achieve Unite a strategic advisory firm that provides business acceleration services to global enterprises including partner and channel development, go-to-market planning, M&A channel integration and executive learning forums. She has more than 20 years’ experience in building and managing multi-million dollar indirect channel teams and strategic alliance business and programs from inception to sales success. Prior to founding TCC, Theresa held senior executive roles at Extreme Networks, Ciena and Nortel.