|Date:||Tuesday, May 15, 2018|
|Time:||5:30 (Deli snack) - 6:00 (Meeting)|
|Location:||BrassCraft Manufacturing Company|
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Novi, MI 48375-5331 (map)
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|Presentation:||Simple Strategies for in-depth Malware Defense|
In today's world of advanced malware, zero-day attacks, and stealthy threats, simply having visibility into the malware affecting your organization is not enough.
If you want to protect your business from the costs, risks, and brand damage that these threats can cause, you need to consider a more comprehensive approach to complete malware defense.
Multi-platform networks, internet connectivity, and mobile computing—as well as the use of IBM Power Systems as file servers—have changed the rules.
It is now a necessity to include your IBM Power servers in your corporate malware guidelines.
Join this webinar to learn simple strategies for protecting your systems. Sandi will share with you:
This event will arm you with the information you need to secure your systems against today's most pressing threats.
Sandi has been working with HelpSystems customers for over 15 years supporting systems monitoring and security software. With experience on IBM i, AIX, and Linux, she has been involved in product demonstrations, implementation, support, training, research, and product testing.
In her time at HelpSystems, Sandi has helped customers understand how to effectively address the threats they face. Her goal is to help people achieve the best solution to their IT problems, no matter how many servers are in their environment or where in the world they're located.
Organizations throughout the public and private sectors have relied on Sandi's expertise, whether they're seeking to proactively protect their systems or improve security controls after a malware attack. Sandi has shared her knowledge at multiple user group conferences, including COMMON.