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Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and the Big Apple

March 31, 2011

We’re delighted to announce that Dr. Ed Amoroso, Senior Vice President & Chief Security Officer (CSO) of AT&T, will be the keynote speaker at another in our ongoing series of live Lunch-and-Learn events.  This event, titled “Protecting Critical Infrastructure from Advanced Persistent Threats”, will be held on Tuesday, June 21st, 2011, at the Porter House Restaurant on Columbus Circle in New York City. During this exclusive event, Ed will offer his insight into the challenges of protecting national infrastructure from increasingly complex and persistent cyber threats in real-time, and give us his thoughts on what the community can do to help mitigate the risks posed by Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).

Ed has both M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from The Stephen’s Institute of Technology as well being a respected and well-published author and sought-after speaker on a wide range of issues relating to cybersecurity. He started his career at Bell Labs and has more than 20 years of security industry experience – so his presentation will be one not to be missed for any CISO looking for advice on the best ways to protect their networks.

If you’re a senior information security professional or executive in the New York area, don’t hesitate to register for this event on June 21st in New York… click here!

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