As the needs of endpoint protection continue to evolve and an increase of reliance on Managed IT Providers increases, Critical Path Security felt an obligation to build in full integration and support of the SentinelOne Autonomous Endpoint Protection Platform. As you've come to expect from Critical Path Security and the Léargas Platform, all data consumed from the SentinelOne product is fully-correlated to all network traffic flows (from the MAC address to browser traffic) and external enrichment sources. Critical Path Security and it's strategic partners will support the lightweight and high-performance for PC, Mac, Linux, VDI. Security in real-time on the device, and fully autonomous. Additionally, SentineOne provides a ransomware warranty which provides greater assurance that we've got you covered. Don't settle for trying to cobble together disparate tools that leave you with blind spots. You deserve better.
Blended Threats and Attacks are becoming far more prevalent. Traditional approaches to cyber defense are no longer effective. Patrick Kelley will be discussing using non-traditional controls and processes to secure your business.
We are excited to announce Patrick Kelley as the day’s Keynote Speaker. With more than 20 years of experience in the Information Management and Security field, Patrick has spoken on panels with members from the FBI, CIA, NSA, and is a reoccurring guest on 11 Alive and NBC News. His presentation, Cyberzoology: Protecting Your Organization From New Breeds Of Attacks will explore the tactics and motivations of hackers and how to protect your organization from some of the world’s savviest cyber criminals. We encourage you to join us with your questions. Register Now! 1 Free Ticket to the Georgia Aquarium Complimentary Lunch from Wolfgang Puck Complimentary Parking in the Georgia Aquarium Parking Deck Click Here
Critical Path Security is excited to be sponsors of today's event! Drop by our table and see how we're supporting Women In Technology! Our dedicated ambassador for STEAM and Women In Tech will be on hand to share her story and answer any questions around the Critical Path Security approach to making Information Security more inclusive.