As an IT or Security professional, you're faced with a daunting task: Ensure your company benefits from the latest innovations and connected technologies, while also protecting it from new risks and scaling the speed of your operations. At UNITED 2017, you're not alone. Join your industry peers for targeted talks, trainings, and roundtable discussions that accelerate innovation, reduce risk, and advance your business.
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The UNITED agenda will feature four information-rich talk tracks on the following topics:
Explore approaches and technologies for monitoring operational performance, detecting suspicious activity, and responding to critical events.
Learn the strategies and techniques you need to measure and manage your network and application security risk, from identifying vulns, to prioritizing remediation and implementing changes.
Learn technical tips and tricks from the experts on how to take a proactive and adversarial approach to protecting your network, systems, and teams from attackers.
Gain insight into Rapid7's bleeding-edge research projects, learn how you can apply them in your own enterprise, and explore the open communities that make our security intelligence truly world class.
Nicholas Negroponte is the co-founder of the MIT Media Lab (1985), which he directed for its first 20 years. A graduate of MIT, Negroponte was a pioneer in the field of computer-aided design and has been a member of the MIT faculty since 1966. He gave the first TED talk in 1984 as well as 13 since. In 2005, he founded the non-profit One Laptop per Child which deployed $1 billion of laptops for primary education in the developing world. In the private sector, Negroponte served on the board of directors of Motorola for 15 years and was general partner in a venture capital firm specializing in digital technologies for information and entertainment.
Dan Geer is a cybersecurity futurist and risk management icon, best known for raising awareness of critical computer and network security issues before the risks were widely understood, and for ground-breaking work on the economics of security. Dan is the Chief Information Security Officer at In-Q-Tel, the nonprofit support arm to government agencies that keeps the U.S. safe.
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