The Most Important Component in a Secure Infrastructure
Expert Panel Discussion

What steps should you take to ensure a secure future for your company and your customers?


The Most Important Component in a Secure Infrastructure - Expert Panel Discussion

Thursday, October 26, 2017 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM (Central Time)
Live, Direct2You Virtual Webinar

Could the Equifax breach happen to you? What steps should you take to ensure a secure future for your company and your customers?


With cyberattacks hammering more and more companies on a regular basis, now is the time to implement new security strategies. And, while you scrutinize your operations for vulnerabilities, we felt it was prudent to provide a discussion around solutions with industry experts.


Hear what some of the biggest technology companies in the world are doing to keep themselves and others safe. Learn about the single most important component in maintaining a highly secure infrastructure. And, find out how you can implement new security processes within the tools you’re already using.

Meet the Panelists


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John Clarke is a Cybersecurity Specialist at Cisco. As a leader in the dynamic cybersecurity market, Cisco is able to deliver automated security solutions to their customers. John enjoys working with customers to “help protect themselves from ever more sophisticated, determined and well-funded bad guys.”

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Mary Frantz is a Managing Partner at Enterprise Knowledge Partners, LLC, where she oversees both corporate and consulting teams in Security / Privacy Compliance, IT Strategy Consulting, Cybersecurity, eDiscovery and Forensics. Mary specializes in Cyber Incident Response, IT and Operational Strategy, Enterprise Applications and Architecture and more.


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Connie Whiteside has 20 years of information technology and security experience, mostly recently as the director of Security Software Quality Assurance at Dell. While there, she reduced global customer risk to security vulnerabilities by increasing security software adoption rates utilizing Six Sigma methodology and tools.

About the Moderator


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Jennifer Didier is the founder and CEO of Directions Training. Directions Training helps companies, organizations, government entities, and individuals increase value, grow potential, and empower brilliance by providing learning communities that challenge students to reach new heights of success through IT and professional development training. 

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