Strength in Sharing at the FS-ISAC Summit

WinMagic was a sponsor at the annual Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center Summit at the Marriott Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Florida last week. This popular three day event introduced engaging, thought-leadership presentations and networking opportunities with representatives from the Top 100 Financial Institutions within North America.

Our WinMagic representatives interfaced with a broad range of senior IT executives. Topics such as data encryption and security breaches are more commonplace in business and a cause of concern to these executives. It was interesting to learn that many find security solutions difficult to understand and implement. Winmagic’s line of highly secure, yet flexible and easy to implement and manage solutions was of interest to many of the participants.

WinMagic enables businesses to comply with privacy and security regulations by protecting sensitive data residing on laptops, desktops, servers, mobile devices and removable media. Many executives were interested in WinMagic encryption products and the advantages available through a centralized management approach to security solutions.

This event was a great opportunity to meet senior executives interested in data security and present our innovative solutions to them. Maintaining contact with our marketplace is an essential part of providing the solution. We engaged in some great conversations, made some interesting contacts and are looking forward to participating in this event in the future!

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