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LIVE WORKSHOP - Fast, Reliable and Secure Access to Private Web Apps

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Tuesday, May 24, 2022
3 p.m. ET

Organizations continue to struggle to provide secure access to their private applications. From hybrid and remote workforces to third-party contractors and unmanaged devices, there are a bevy of users that need access to these applications.

Network and security teams need to consider zero-trust network access (ZTNA) solutions that easily provide access but also ensure complete security.

Join this session to see a live demo of Menlo Private Access (MPA), a ZTNA tool that results in fast, reliable and secure access to web apps. You'll learn:

  • How to ensure seamless implementation and deployment
  • How MPA secures applications and the data they use
  • How to shift from a legacy approach to one that provides ZTNA
ERIC SCHWAKE
Sr. Manager of Cybersecurity Strategy - Menlo Security
Eric Schwake is a Principal Product Marketing Manager for Menlo Security solution stack.  Before coming to Menlo Security, Eric worked with the security products at Proofpoint and covered security products at Cisco and Symantec before that. Eric has more than 17 years of information security experience in a range of positions from technical support to sales and product marketing. Eric holds a CISSP certification.
Ryan Hellwig
Cybersecurity Engineer - Menlo Security
Ryan Hellwig has more than 20 years’ experience in security and technology. His expertise in IT and security (BS IT, CISSP, HCISPP, STS DLP, STS EP) has been instrumental in improving security in the health care, financial services, manufacturing and hospitality verticals.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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