New location! same great event - We moved to NYU Poly - Dibner Building, LC 400 (Fourth Floor) 5 MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY, US. Instructions on how to get to the event:
The building on the outside looks like this (http://photos2.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/2/2/a/8/highres_287168872.jpeg). Look out for a red triangle, you can't miss it. Once you get to the building go through security and take the elevators to the fourth floor then turn left. Sign up table will be right there. Arrive early and you will get a chance to mingle/network and grab a slice of pizza and cold drinks.
We have a packed night! Join fellow enterprise security technologists, entrepreneurs, and security aficionados for the NY Information Security Meetup at the NYU Poly, September 26th, 6:15pm to 8:15PM. For our September meetup we have an awesome line up of companies - this is going to be a great night:
AirWatch (http://www.air-watch.com) - AirWatch is the leader in enterprise-grade Mobile Device Management, Mobile Application Management and Mobile Content Management solutions designed to simplify mobility. More than 8,000 customers across the world trust AirWatch to manage their most valuable assets: their mobile devices, including the apps and content on those devices. Our solutions are comprehensive, built on a powerful yet easy to use platform by leaders in the mobile space. Mobile technology is complex, but managing it does not have to be. We have developed mobile device management software that enables you to manage any device, anywhere in the world, throughout the full lifecycle. We applied the same concept to managing the apps and content on your mobile devices, providing a complete mobility management solution in a single console.
Bromium (http://www.bromium.com) - Bromium delivers the benefits of micro-virtualization and hardware based security to enterprise desktops, reducing the enterprise attack surface for all users without the need for new management tools or skillsets. The company’s solutions enable an exceptional end-user experience with its protect-first design, isolating threats before they can harm the enterprise. Bromium vSenty enables IT to safely embrace key trends in mobility, and “anywhere, anytime” access - empowering users to collaborate, access cloud-hosted applications and the consumer web, and open unsafe documents and media without risk to enterprise information or infrastructure.
Tenable Network Security (http://www.tenable.com) - Tenable Network Security is at a transition in cybersecurity technology that will change the way companies protect their networks. Tenable started the revolution when one of its co-founders created the Nessus® vulnerability scanner, the first robust solution for detecting vulnerabilities that viruses and hackers can exploit. The Tenable platform has evolved into today's most powerful vulnerability and threat detection technology. Tenable SecurityCenter™ is the trusted cybersecurity platform in use throughout the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and by many of the Fortune 500's. These institutions trust Tenable to alert them to threats that could bring down their networks. Nessus, the heart of Tenable’s platform, has more than one million users – protecting almost every major enterprise network in the world.
Ron Gula (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ron-gula/0/101/a8), the CEO/CTO and co-founder of Tenable Networks (http://www.tenable.com) will be giving out a presentation "Benefits of Credentialed and Passive Patch Auditing" same one he gave to NASA last week. Don't miss out!