This session will cover real world examples of how attackers attempt to evade network detection systems and blend in with normal corporate Internet traffic. Additionally, we’ll discuss mitigation strategies to stay one step ahead and detect targeted attackers operating in your network.
When it comes to cybersecurity, the threat landscape is changing every day. From ransomware attacks to the security of the Internet of Things, there’s a lot to take in. Let our experts break it down for you. Join Kaspersky to learn about trends from the past year and predictions for the future of cybersecurity. This talk will give you a sharper focus on how to protect your business and how to plan for your future IT security needs.
In a world where cybercrime has become commoditized, and both large corporations and small businesses find themselves frequently beset by malware, being able to thread security devices together to assemble an overall picture of what’s transpiring on your network will reduce your attack surface and response times while elevating your overall security posture.
The Santa Fe Opera is a seasonal Opera festival on par with Glyndebourne festival outside of London and Barcelona. Our year around staff are about 100 employees. We recruit and employ up to 600 seasonal employees from all over the world. Turning up active directory accounts, configuring devices, and budgeting for the unknown are all part of the process. By late May and early June we shift from a 9-5 business to a 24×7 shop. IT support for the productions and administration takes on a new face. I will discuss how we make our own sets and the unique applications we use and I will present a brief overview of the network topology of the campus as well as our NY office – midtown Manhattan. And questions.
The shift to cloud is on. The challenge is to adopt the right mix of cloud models for your organization. Public cloud is setting the pace with agility and scale, and that has inspired a few myths (that we’ll de-bunk). Can private cloud and the IT department keep pace? We’ll make the case for a building block architecture — introducing public cloud-like web services in your data center. We will share the stories of organizations that have deployed this type of enterprise cloud to guarantee performance, enable self-service, quiet shadow IT and manage a massive footprint with a fraction of the effort.
We’ll have a panel ready to discuss various situations they face in a modern IT industry and how they deal with them.
Panel Moderated by: Curt Schatz • Chief Information Officer, UnitedHealthcare
Vinnie Cardona • Director of IT, Ernest Health
John Brandt • Manager, Information Technology, Santa Fe Opera Company
Luis Brown • Chief Information Security Officer, Central New Mexico Community College
John Perry • Network Administrator, Sky City Casino & Hotel
Technology-based economic development strives to create an environment where innovative and technology based firms thrive. With three federal research labs, three research universities, and several private research organizations, New Mexico has the basic framework to have a robust science and technology sector. This talk will discuss what New Mexico is doing to create this environment, what we still need to do so, the challenges faced, and what comes next.
Julia Wise is a scientist with experience in education, health care, and technology transfer who now works in technology based economic and community development. As the Manager of the Office of Science and Technology she works to create, support, and lead programs that allow New Mexico’s science and technology based economy to grow and thrive. She has an undergraduate degree in Biology and Chemistry and a Masters and Doctorate in Geology. Prior to moving back to her hometown of Santa Fe she worked for The Science Museum of Minnesota, had a stint as a barista, worked at The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, taught geology, environmental science, and engineering at the University of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky University, and worked for STC.UNM. Outside of work she volunteers for the Santa Fe Alliance for Science and with Patient Privacy Rights in their health data partnership with the UN. She also spends a lot of time exploring and playing in the mountains of New Mexico.
We will cover the key characteristics of “great” Wifi, what to consider when evaluating Wifi, some common pitfalls to avoid during planning and design, how to securely on-board mobile devices and finally look toward the future of wifi including 802.11AC Wave 2 and beyond!
Your organization is always running and can’t afford downtime during a disaster or the traditional time it takes to recover from one. Backup solutions don’t solve these problems as they are not true Disaster Recovery for the business. What types of disasters will impact the business? Learn about Disaster Recovery scenarios, and also the questions to ask and answer when planning your Disaster Recovery solution to drive true IT resilience. Learn which decisions impact the business in which ways, and how to avoid making sacrifices for your always-on organization.
There are several factors to consider when building your infrastructure today. Perhaps most importantly is your level of resiliency: keeping it available when things don’t go as expected. Join this session from Veeam and Nimble to learn advanced technical skills on how to design a comprehensive availability infrastructure. Specific points in this session include Backup Strategies for Modern Data Centers, Deep Data Analytics concerning storage, and more.
Cyber Threats are only increasing. Attackers are shifting their tactics as we shift our security strategies. Join us for a discussion about the every changing threat landscape and how you can more effectively protect your company from these threats. In this session we will talk about how cyber threats increased in 2016, where attackers are shifting to, and what industry experts are recommending to address these shifts.
The data storage market is going through tectonic shifts these days. Flash is being used to accelerate applications and IT leaders are moving from project based purchasing to building private clouds to concurrently hosting a multitude of applications. Join this session and learn how to take advantage of these changes; hear how IT leaders at a national credit union are consolidating workloads to increase IT agility while conserving budgets.
|Anthony Fasulo||Manager, IT Services||Sandia National Laboratories|
|Arthur Baca||Manager, Information Technology||NM Office of the State Auditor|
|Aysha Mora||Chief Information Officer||NM State Engineers|
|Brian Jones||Information Technology Director||Hospital Services Corporation|
|Bruce Oakeley||Deputy Chief Information Officer||NM Dept of Transportation|
|Curt Schatz||Chief Information Officer||UnitedHealthcare|
|David Wascom||Chief Information Officer||Summit Electric Supply|
|Dee Skinner||Director, IT Services||La Vida Llena|
|Denise Estes||Analyst||State of New Mexico|
|Donna Harrington||Chief Technology Officer||Southwestern College|
|Gerry Gajeton||Chief Technology Officer||US Fish & Wildlife Service|
|Janelle Callahan||Manager, Information Technology||New Mexico Gas Company|
|Jim McCue||Director, Information Security||Rodey Law Firm|
|John Perry||Network Administrator||Sky City Casino & Hotel|
|John Thomas||Director, Enterprise Architecture||Presbyterian Healthcare Services|
|John Byndas||Information Technology Management||Sandia Resort & Casino|
|John Brandt||Director of Information Technology||Santa Fe Opera|
|Luis Brown||Chief Information Security Officer||Central New Mexico Community College|
|Mel Lee||Chief Information Officer|ISO||New Mexico Department of Public Safety|
|Mike Baca||Chief Information Officer||NM Taxation & Revenue Dept|
|Mike Kelley||Chief Information Officer||Melissa Valley Transportation|
|Peter Ambs||Chief Information Officer||City of Albuquerque|
|Richard Sherman||Manager, Information Technology||Rio Grande Credit Union|
|Robert Benavidez||Chief Information Officer||Bernalillo County|
|Rodney Frederick||Manager, Information Technology||Dreamstyle Remodeling|
|Sam Shaw||Director, IT & Telecomm||Adelante Development Center Inc|
|Stacy Sacco||Director, Small Business Institute||UNM Anderson School of Management|
|Vinnie Cardona||Director of IT||Ernest Health|
|Zachery Smith||Faculty||NMSU- Grants, NM|
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