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The New Security Perimeter: Protecting Identities & Endpoints in the Remote Work Age


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Sponsored by JumpCloud

Tuesday, Septmeber 22, 2020
1 pm EDT

Remote work means more employees accessing company resources from locations, networks, and devices that aren’t managed by your IT team. This is the new normal, and the associated security risks aren’t going away. Now is the time to imagine and implement a security model that sustains and supports remote work for the long term. 

Join industry experts for a live panel discussion and Q&A on the future of security and user productivity, with actionable advice to help evaluate and elevate your organization’s current security posture. Greg Keller, CTO of JumpCloud, and Eric Groce, Technical Account Manager, IR Partners at Red Canary, host this open discussion on where this new world is taking security and what trends to watch for 2021.

What you will learn:

  • What trends can IT professionals anticipate in 2021 in regards to security and new technology to handle the remote workforce.
  • How forward-thinking concepts reduce threats and boost IT and end user productivity 
  • How identities, systems, networks, and all IT resources fit into the larger picture of cybersecurity and end user productivity
  • How to shift your security focus from the on-premises network domain to the user identity and the device, wherever they’re located.
Greg Keller
Chief Technology Officer - JumpCloud
Greg Keller is the Chief Technology Officer at JumpCloud. Prior to becoming CTO, Keller served in various executive leadership positions at JumpCloud, including running corporate strategy. Most notably, Keller was responsible for productizing and launching the company’s initial directory service product offering to market in 2014 as its first head of product. Keller is a career product visionary and executive management leader with over two decades of product management, product marketing, and corporate development experience ranging from startups to global organizations.  
Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief - DevOps.com
As Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief of MediaOps, the company behind DevOps.com, Container Journal, Security Boulevard and Digital Anarchist, as well as co-founder of the DevOps Institute, Alan Shimel is attuned to the world of technology, particularly cloud, DevOps, security and open source. With almost 30 years of entrepreneurial experience, Alan has been instrumental in the success of several organizations. Shimel is an often-cited personality in the security and technology community and is a sought-after speaker at industry and government conferences and events. In addition to his writing, his DevOps Chat podcast, DevOps TV and Digital Anarchist audio and videos are widely followed. 
Eric Groce
Incident handler - Red Canary
As an incident handler for Red Canary's Cyber Incident Response Team, Eric works alongside security teams to detect, disrupt, and eradicate threat actors from enterprise networks. Prior to joining Red Canary, he operated as a lead incident responder for a Fortune 500 financial institution, where he provided guidance and oversight on incident resolution and containment techniques. Eric is passionate about teaching others the importance of information security and has served as an adjunct professor of networking and security technologies.
Dr. Jim Treinen
Head of Security Systems Engineering - VMWare
A security industry veteran of 18 years, Dr. Jim Treinen Heads Security Systems Engineering at VMWare’s Security Business Unit. Over the course of his career, Dr. Treinen has built numerous intrusion detection systems.  He coined the phrase “Analytics in Depth”, and speaks often on this topic.  He was the principal designer for IBM’s security intelligence and data mining infrastructure, the Protectwise network threat detection engine, and is currently responsible for overall signal quality at VMWare Carbon Black. 

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