In security there are no silver bullets… and the Werewolves are getting closer.
As the threat landscape has drastically changed in recent years, the features available in perimeter firewalls have also changed. Join us on April 15th as SyCom’s security leaders discuss what makes a Next Gen Firewall “Next Gen”?
Learn the pros and cons of these NextGen firewall features. The panel will also engage in an in-depth discussion around SSL decryption and Deep packet inspection.
Other topics discussed will include:
- Application and Identity awareness
- DNS filtering
- Data Lost Prevention
- Credential theft prevention
- IP Reputation
John Billups has over 20 years of experience in the design, implementation, and troubleshooting of complex LAN and WAN infrastructures for enterprise organizations. His primary strengths encompass Cisco network infrastructure solutions, specifically routing, switching and security verticals. John is adept at solving problems requiring creative solutions, critical thought, and the utilization of years of network engineering experience and training. He has extensive experience in deploying highly available network infrastructure technologies with an extremely low tolerance for downtime. Learn more about John’s experience and background.
Jason Moore has over 15 years’ experience with networks and computer systems in the IS/IT industry with advanced skills in troubleshooting, systems development, and conflict resolution. Wide range of experience from management/supervision, software support, network design and maintenance. A fast learning, responsive, and project oriented professional who analyzes and solves complex problems, motivates others, and communicates effectively with both technical and non-technical employees. Learn more about Jason’s experience and background.
Virtual Event Details: After you complete your online registration by using the link below, the RBTC staff will be in touch closer to April 15th with information about how to access this online session. Thank you for participating virtually!
When: April 15, 2020
Cost: FREE, in light of this being a virtual webcast
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