Summary: In times like these there is a desire for organizations to embrace the new normal and think about future proofing your workforce to work from anywhere, at any given
Summary: In times like these there is a desire for organizations to embrace the new normal and think about future proofing your workforce to work from anywhere, at any given time , on any device without weeks and months of planning to deploy your first virtual desktop. We will talk about the traditional challenges DaaS (Desktop as a service) has presented and how the complexity can be eliminated and allow for a DaaS offering to be up and running in hours vs weeks or even months.
Presenter: Justin Raisor, Sr. Account Executive for Native American Tribes, Nutanix
Presenter Bio: Justin Raisor is a Senior Account Executive for Native American Tribes who helps Tribal IT Department to modernize their datacenters. Before starting at Nutanix, Justin worked for a number of years as a Virtualization consultant and prior to that held positions as an IT Director and Network Administrator. After a successful career in IT and Consulting, Justin now assists Tribal IT Departments in designing cloud like private datacenters that provide high resiliency and security while eliminating a massive amount of complexity. Justin enjoys Amateur car racing and working on and driving classic muscle cars.
Presenter: Phil Ditzel, Nutanix FRAME Specialist, Nutanix
Presenter Bio: Phil Ditzel has been with Nutanix for over 6 years and brings experience in both sales engineering and sales in the federal space. He is currently a Nutanix Xi Frame specialist supporting Frame sales for all of the US public sector. Phil graduated from Saint Bonaventure University with a degree in Computer Science.
(Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Presenter: Matthew J. Lane, VP & CIO, JANUS Associates Presenter Bio: Matthew Lanes has performed Current/Future-State assessments, risk assessments, and vulnerability analyses for a wide variety of U.S. businesses and government
Presenter: Matthew J. Lane, VP & CIO, JANUS Associates
Presenter Bio: Matthew Lanes has performed Current/Future-State assessments, risk assessments, and vulnerability analyses for a wide variety of U.S. businesses and government organizations for JANUS over the past 21 years. He has assisted clients with remediation efforts, designed risk management tools for clients that enable them to lower costs of assessing their environments and planning for events, and advised government organizations on improvements in technology architecture. Matthew is a sought-after public speaker and has presented at numerous open and closed door government and public events.
Presenter: Chris Kniffin, Director, JANUS Associates
Presenter Bio: As Director of Business Development at JANUS, Chris is responsible for working with and helping clients understand their level of cyber/data security readiness and assisting them in achieving their security, privacy, and regulatory compliance goals. Based in Stamford, CT, Chris is a 25 year industry veteran of IT related services, and enterprise & application software solutions. He is well respected for working closely with clients to help them ascertain the most appropriate services for their needs in the most cost effective manner possible.
This webinar will cover:
Vulnerability Scanning vs. Penetration Testing
What is Scanning and what is its value?
When should you consider scanning?
(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Presenter: Abdy Inman, Power Platform Technology Specialist,
Presenter: Abdy Inman, Power Platform Technology Specialist, Microsoft
Presenter Bio: Abdy Iman is a Power Platform Technology Specialist with Microsoft based in Reston, VA. He focuses on supporting organizations with reporting, analytics and app modernization initiatives using self-service reporting and low-code/no-code technologies from Microsoft. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional with certifications in Solution Development, Data Analytics, Database Administration and Azure Solution Architecture.
Presenter: Sarah Jelinek, Microsoft Business Applications MVP and Technology Evangelist, Arctic Information Technology
Presenter Bio: As Arctic IT’s Technology Evangelist, Sarah Jelinek guides organizations through the process of discovering and implementing technology solutions. Sarah has been working with Dynamics and the Power Platform since 2007 as a consultant and Microsoft Certified Trainer. She has been recognized by Microsoft as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 2018 and serves as a go-to resource within the Microsoft community of experts on Dynamics and the Power Platform.
Presentation Summary: Microsoft’s Business Applications Platform is revolutionizing how Tribal Governments and Tribal Enterprises meet their line-of-business application requirements. This webinar will provide insights into how organizations are building data-driven applications that produce deeper business insights. This webinar session gives Tribal organizations ideas on how to inspire everyone to build apps without risk, simplify app development without constraints, deploy quickly add value continuously, integrate all of your data with just a few clicks and infuse AI to add powerful in-app intelligence. Come see the Microsoft answer to “low code/no code platform” that includes PowerApps, Common Data Service and Power Automate.
(Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Presentation Summary: We will be exploring ways that cybercriminals have monetized their malicious activity & how an improved understanding of the motivation behind attackers’ behavior can lead to better securing your
Presentation Summary: We will be exploring ways that cybercriminals have monetized their malicious activity & how an improved understanding of the motivation behind attackers’ behavior can lead to better securing your network. We’ll also address the balance between cryptomining & ransomware attacks, the commoditization of the cyber kill chain and the going resale price of a stolen credit card number. Lastly, we’ll talk about ways to detect & protect yourself against some of these techniques and & threat vectors.
Presenter: Ian McIntyre, Security Analyst, Varonis
Presenter BIO: Ian McIntyre is a Security Analyst on the Security Architecture and Incident Response team at Varonis. In his position at Varonis, Ian helps customers understand and implement the full scope of Varonis’ detection and alerting capabilities, as well as assisting with cybersecurity investigations. Ian holds an MS in Information Security Policy & Management and previously worked as a Security Analyst with the U.S. Navy at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, and at the CERT Insider Threat Center at CMU-SEI.
Presenter: Justin McErlean, Federal Account Executive, Varonis
Presenter BIO: Justin McErlean is an Account Manager on the US Public Sector team focused on Sovereign Nations. At Varonis, Justin works with tribes to strengthen their security infrastructures, educating them on modern-day threats like Ransomware/Phishing and ultimately what the best practices are when it comes to protecting their network/data. As of today, he currently works with 30 tribes helping with a multitude of different challenges from data protection to compliance to combatting cyber threats. Justin holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Penn State and a Master’s Degree in Criminology from John Jay College of NYC.
(Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm