Current Trends and Monitoring Up at IT Security Panel Hosted by Splunk

Sarah Woodman, Global events journalist
November 15, 2010 /

IT industry experts and government leaders will discuss the current trends and the importance of maintaining the monitoring procedures in the upcoming federal cyber security panel to be hosted by Splunk at Zola in Washington, D.C. on November 18, 2010.

The event follows the observation that government organizations have sustained several attacks recently from active threats challenging their capacity to maintain the security of their data and the integrity of their network.

Splunk president and CEO Godfrey Sullivan and Tony Ayaz, vice president of federal sales, will deliver their message on the opening program. Subscribers of Splunk, mostly coming from the government offices, will convene in the event to address the problems in keeping an eye on the state of cyber security. A short presentation of the Splunk FISMA Application is to be expected in the closing ceremony.

The panel consists of various IT industry experts and leading government executives like Michael Brown, Deloitte/Former CISO, FAA, Andy Purdy, Cyber Security Strategist, CSC, Tony Summerlin, Kickstand Co-founder, Lisa Lindholm, Bureau of Land Management CISO, and Jason Polancich, Novii Design VP/CTO.

Splunk declares its mission as to help public and private organizations to tighten up their IT operations security and minimize costs in them. Splunk is known in the world’s of software for monitoring, reporting and analyzing live streaming IT data as well as historical data.

 

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