Next week, Check Point will be at SecTor, Canada’s premier IT security education conference. The conference brings the world’s brightest (and darkest) minds together to identify, discuss, dissect and debate the latest digital threats facing corporations today. The conference has assembled a line-up of industry experts who will share some of the most engaging, educational and thought-provoking security sessions in the industry.

 

With the threat landscape rapidly evolving, advanced malware and zero day threats will leave your traditional security approaches in the dust. Legacy security architectures and tools will expose your infrastructure to cyber risks and challenges never seen before. We invite you to come by and visit us for live demonstrations and to hear security experts discuss advanced threat prevention, mobile and data center/cloud security. Hands-on demonstrations will feature Check Point security appliances, Mobile Threat Prevention (MTP), SandBlast and virtual security (vSEC) for data centers.

 

Check Point is also hosting an exciting and informative breakout session during the show:

 

“When ‘oops’ isn’t an acceptable answer” on October 18 at 11:30am, Check Point will share best practices learned from helping secure our customers’ networks that will make managing your security infrastructure easier. He will also discuss various pitfalls Check Point has encountered and help you to avoid making the same mistakes!

 

SecTor, celebrating its 10th year running, brings together IT security experts from around the world to share their latest research and methodologies. The conference provides an unmatched opportunity for IT Professionals to connect with and learn from peers and mentors with in-depth of understanding on security topics that matter, making SecTor a must attend event for every IT Professional.

 

Check Point is a Gold sponsor at this year’s SecTor. We look forward to seeing you there and invite you to come by and visit us in booth #200 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center between Oct 18 -19, 2016 in Toronto!!


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