One of the most significant trends in IT right now is cloud technology. In this presentation we will provide a brief overview of both public, private, and hybrid clouds. We will then provide a framework for deciding if moving to the cloud is the right solution for your business, and to determine at what point it makes sense. The presentation will cover how to decide which type of cloud and which cloud provider makes sense based on the needs and size of a business.
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.
Since the inception of the datacenter, datacenter technologies have been constantly evolving. Join InterWorks to review how datacenter technologies have evolved, from the very beginning to the current state. Once we’re to the “here-and-now” we will give you a few examples of what’s coming up in the near future so that you can prepare to handle the challenges of tomorrow.
As enterprises look at IT playing a broader role around digitalization using next generation workloads, including cloud-native applications and DevOps, they should consider how technologies such as software-defined infrastructure and cloud can drive real-world benefits. Learn how IT can move away from traditional environments to transformative datacenter technologies and product innovations, including hyperconverged infrastructure and onward to Enterprise Clouds, to handle all their existing and emerging applications and business needs with clear agility, productivity and availability/security benefits.
Join your peers from the IT industry to discuss the ingredients of the new Enterprise Cloud infrastructure and a wide variety of other topics, including:
• Infrastructure to enable DevOps for a modern application life cycle
• Ability to innovate with flat IT budgets while continuing to align IT resource to business imperatives
• Building business cases and managing stakeholders for new initiatives
Touching on his own experience creating a Security Awareness Program in an Oil and Gas company (where profits drive decisions), Pedro’s presentation will cover specific techniques and easy-to-remember actions that attendees can implement into their own work place, and use as a template to create their own unique Security Awareness program. Come learn how to educate and incentivize colleagues and employees to deter phishing and the delivery of ransomware and malware.
Why are there so many different kinds of martial arts in the world? The simple answer is because there are many different kinds of attackers. The techniques you deploy against an attacker in hand to hand combat is very different from if your attacker was on horseback. Cyber Security is very similar, where defense tactics may be different based on the attacker, risk, or the vulnerability.
In this interactive discussion, we will look at our organizations from a very old point of view, and ask some basic ‘self-defense’ questions.
Jonathan Kimmitt is a seasoned IT leader, currently serving as Chief IT Security Officer for the University of Tulsa. His primary responsibility is the development and execution of the University’s IT Security Initiative. Jonathan has 15 years of experience at TU in Information Services & Security Operations, and has been involved with all aspects of IT at the University. For the past several years, Jonathan has been focused on moving the campus forward in IT Security with an ever more arduous environment in higher education. With both the lack of funding and the increase in technical complexity, Jonathan’s expression of “Simple Security Works”, has been the founding principle of IT Security at the University.
Help your business mitigate the risk from Ransomware by learning how to minimize the risk of ransomware attacks on your IT infrastructure, together with tips and tricks for effective data protection, recovery and replication.
Your organization is always running and therefore cannot afford downtime or lags during or after a disaster occurs. Backup solutions do not resolve this issue, as they are not true Disaster Recovery for the business.
It is imperative one recognizes what types of disasters will impact the business. Learn about Disaster Recovery scenarios and which questions to ask and answer when planning your Disaster Recovery solution and implementing true IT resilience. Learn which decisions impact the business in specific ways, and how to avoid making sacrifices for your always-on organization.
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.
|Alan Oatsvall||VP IT/ISO||Citizens State Bank|
|Andy Tripp||SVP/Chief Technology Officer||Tulsa Federal Credit Union|
|Dana Harper||Special Agent/Liason||FBI/InfraGard|
|David Haverkamp||Manager of IT Services||Cherokee Nation Businesses|
|Gordon Rudd||Chief Information Security Officer||RCB Bank|
|Jerry Daugherty||Director, Central Division IT||Airgas USA LLC|
|Matt Trumbull||Information Systems Manager||Meridian Technology Center|
|Michelle Studie||IT Audit Manager/President||OneOk/ISACA|
|Mike Spencer||Director, Information Technology||Spirit Bank|
|Pedro Serrano||Security Architect||Cimarex Energy|
|Preston Ackerman||Supervisory Special Agent||FBI/InfraGard|
|Scott Delk||Manager – IT||Advantage Energy Services|
|Shawn Brown||Director of Shared Services||ETX Energy|
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Tulsa, OK 74103
From the East- Follow Highway I-244 (412) into the downtown area. Take the left exit marked Highway 75 South and continue through the inner-dispersal loop. Take the right exit marked 11th and Houston. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right onto Houston Ave. To park at the Civic Center Parkade, continue north on Houston to 3rd Street, turn right on 3rd, staying in the right lane as it leads into the Parkade.
From the North- Follow Highway 169 South to the right exit marked I-244 West. Continue west on I-244 into the downtown area. Take the left exit marked Highway 75 South, and through the inner-dispersal loop. Take the right exit marked 11th and Houston. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right onto Houston Ave. To park at the Civic Center Parkade, continue north on Houston to 3rd Street, turn right on 3rd, staying in the right lane as it leads into the Parkade.
From the Southwest (OKLAHOMA CITY)- At the end of the Turner Turnpike, stay on I-44. Take the left exit marked I-244 – Tulsa. As you cross the Arkansas River, stay in the right lane and take the exit marked 7th Street. Stay on 7th Street to Houston Ave. Turn left on Houston, then right on 3rd Street, staying in the right lane as it leads into the Parkade.
From Tulsa International Airport- Upon exiting from the airport parking, take Highway 11 West (Gilcrease Expressway). Continue west on highway 11 exiting left onto Highway 75 South. Continue south on Highway 75 through the inner-dispersal loop. Take the right exit marked 11th and Houston. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right onto Houston Ave. To park at the Civic Center Parkade, continue north on Houston to 3rd Street, turn right on 3rd, staying in the right lane as it leads into the Parkade.