Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Tech Security: Trends and Best Practices

The security threats facing the technical infrastructure of today’s businesses seem to grow more complex with time, ranging from cloud security to mobile device management to the rise of the Internet of Things. To address these concerns, four technology journalists covering security on a regular basis will discuss current business strategies regarding IT security. We’ll focus on new research from QuinStreet entitled “2015 Security Outlook: Meeting Today’s Evolving Cyber Threats.” The research covers IT security budgets, how businesses view cyber attack prevention, selecting a technology partner in the fight against cyber threats, and more. Please join us for a lively and wide-ranging discussion.


Ann All, managing editor, eSecurityPlanet, Enterprise Apps Today

Sean Michael Kerner, Senior Editor, eWeek and InternetNews

Chris Preimesberger, Editor of Features and Analysis, eWeek

Kachina Shaw, Managing Editor, ITBusinessEdge

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