Organized by Data Connectors, San Jose Tech-Security Conference is about to start in California in a few hours now. The conference is purely dedicated to discuss the security issues of technical industry and is scheduled to start at 8:15am and finish at 5:15pm (local time).
The conference is aimed to bring several security companies at one platform. Since the event is sponsored by various companies and is expected to last for almost 9 hours, there will be 12 different sessions where the security experts will talk about how important it is to address all the issues that might land a normal person in trouble. There will be cash prizes, giveaways and competitions for all the participants and breakfast and lunch will also be provided at the venue.
The Conference will start with an introduction by Data Connector at 8:15am that will last for about thirty minutes. Dr. Thomas Lee, CEO and Co-founder of Vivo Security, would take the podium at 8:45am and would talk about the significance of the money that is lost in cyberattacks and cybercrimes. His speech will come to an end at 9:30am.
Followed by a short break, Amy Tam, Senior Systems Engineer at Varonis, would talk about the insider threats and malice and malware from 10am-10:30am. David Hobbs, of Radware Security, would take the podium from Amy Tam at 10:30am and would talk about how corporations are using Radware’s latest security tools to combat the threats of hacking.
Session four would feature Seema Kathuria of Infoblox, who would explain if terming the Domain Name Systems as security asset valid or not. Session five will feature Jessica Couto of Bit 9 + Carbon Black and session six will feature M/S. Manuel Ruiz and Juan Bocanegra of Check Point Software Technology.
Rick Hartley of XIRRUS Wi-Fi Networks, would start the seventh session at 1:45pm and would talk about how there is a need of proper planning while designing the Wi-Fi routers so that they can be made more powerful against threats and more prone to heavy work load.
Sentinel One is due to share its finding with the rest of the participants in session eight which is scheduled to start at 2:15pm and finish at 2:45pm. Session nine will feature Andrew Renz of CODE 42 and session ten will feature James Volpe of ARISTA.
Dave Dufour of WEBROOT will share his knowledge on how you can identify the hackers and threats to avoid future hack attacks in session eleven and the event will come to an end with a speech from Dan Kennison of RUCKUS on how the companies have been adopting the Wi-Fis as an important element while keeping the basic human needs in mind.