Secured Path to Software-Defined Segmentation - sponsored by Guardicore

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***CPE Certificates will given post event***
***You MUST bring a government issued ID to attend this event***


5:30 – 6:00PM – Networking & Socializing (Food & Drinks Provided)
6:00 – 6:10PM – Introduction from Organizers and Sponsors
6:10 – 6:40PM – Speaker: Corey Woodward/Eric Viel/ James Taylor
Session Title: Introduction to CSNP & Missions

6:40 – 7:00PM – Q&A, Networking break
7:00 – 7:30PM – Speaker: David Klein, Guardicore
Session Title: Clearing the Path to Software-Defined Segmentation

7:30 – 8:00PM – Q&A, Networking

There are misnomers on what software-defined segmentation entails, it’s broad spectrum of use cases and what features are essential when selecting a software-defined segmentation solution.

We will be outlining the essential components and steps that should be on your list when embarking on a segmentation project to guarantee an improved security posture. This includes, use cases, learning key software segmentation roll-out steps, requirements for software segmentation, and how to carry out software segmentation correctly, quickly and easily.

David Klein is the Senior Director of Engineering & Architecture for Guardicore. With more than 21 years of real-world cybersecurity experience he works with GuardiCore teams, customers and industry thought leaders to address the challenges of securing modern hybrid cloud environments.

Prior to GuardiCore, Dave was the Engineering Manager for Forcepoint’s Federal Sector where he drove growth by adapting the company’s behavioral heuristics, Bayesian logic and predictive capabilities to defend US agencies against Insider and Advanced Persistent Threats. Dave also worked with other vendors, government and private sector entities on the NIST response to Presidential Policy Directive 21 on Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience. Before joining Forcepoint, Dave was a security leader at Cisco Systems. Dave was responsible for key enhancements in Cisco Network Admission Control, Ironport Web and Mail Gateways and other core Cisco security offerings and led some of the largest sales engagements for US Federal security solutions. In the years preceding his work with Cisco, Dave worked for McAfee. His work there included working with the City of New York post 9/11 for three years, helping shore up cyber defenses and developing a National, State and Local Government engineering and sales team.

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