Here, there, everywhere

It’s a busy month for events as we’re a week away from U.S. Thanksgiving. This week we find our folks in a couple different places at once talking to financial services organizations in Arizona and to IT security focused organizations in Chicago.

In Phoenix, AZ you can find us at the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) Fall Summit until Thursday. FS-ISAC has a mandate share information about physical and cyber security threats and vulnerabilities to help protect the U.S. critical infrastructure. With a heavy focus on the security of the financial services industry, it’s an ideal place for us to showcase our expertise in data-at-rest security. Find us a Booth #7.

If you’re in the Chicago-area, you can find us at the SC Congress where we’ll be talking to private and public sector security professionals about the latest trends and issues in data security. As a regular participant at SC Congress, we’re excited to be at the event showcasing the best SecureDoc has to offer when it comes to leading-edge data encryption and end point security. Find us at booth #206.

Stay tuned later this week when Garry McCracken will talk about crypto-erase on Thursday.

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