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Mike Spanbauer, Vice President of Research at NSS Labs shares how organizations can become cyber resilient in today's Internet of Everything landscape.
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Mike Spanbauer, Vice President of Research at NSS Labs
NSS Labs Vice President of Research Mike Spanbauer, a recognized leader in security and infrastructure technologies, leads the Analyst team creating research that combines years of testing experience with quantitative analysis of the world’s leading security companies, products and markets. In addition to running the Research organization, he will be taking a larger role with enterprise clients in advising how best to address today’s cyber security threats.
Prior to joining NSS, Mr. Spanbauer was Service Director at Current Analysis, managing the Business Technology and Software group which monitored, analyzed, and advised on application platforms, collaboration platforms, data center technology, enterprise mobility technology, enterprise networking, enterprise security, and unified communications and contact centers. Previously, he spent nearly 15 years at Hewlett-Packard where he established and managed competitive intelligence programs in networking hardware and in network management software.
Jason Brvenik, Principal Engineer, Cisco’s Security Business Group
As a Principal Engineer in Cisco's Security Business Group, Jason Brvenik works alongside Sourcefire founder and Cisco Chief Security Architect Martin Roesch to develop, manage and execute innovative strategies and technologies to address the security challenges of tomorrow.
Prior to the acquisition of Sourcefire by Cisco, Jason served as the Vice President of Security Strategy and Fellow in the Office of the CTO. Jason has remained a key contributor to open source security projects and has become a preeminent thought leader via his contributions to security.
For one of the industry's most comprehensive portfolios of advanced threat protection products and solutions, visit the Cisco Security web page.
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