If Security Is Your Thing, This VMware Explore 2022 US Panel Should Be, Too

by: VMware Information Security Strategy Director, Craig Savage

The world is getting more complicated and unpredictable. This puts security at the forefront of any business endeavor. That’s why tackling the ever-present threats to an organization’s ecosystem is mission critical for any IT department.

There are simply too many devices, threat actors, remote workers and other factors in play to have security on a back burner. And legacy systems can no longer effectively handle the job.

VMware made it our mission to redefine enterprise security for the modern era. Here’s your chance to discover how: by attending our exclusive Security Panel discussion (Session VMB1092US) during VMware Explore 2022 US in San Francisco, August 29 – September 1.

Safe, sustainable and seamless security

Join this engaging—and enlightening—panel discussion featuring VMware IT experts in the areas of global, product and internal cybersecurity. We will share our thoughts, expertise and best practices on how your security team can successfully manage everything from defeating insidious breaches, like the recent log4j attack, to responding to unexpected global events.

Specific topics include Beyond Zero Trust architecture, cybersecurity and securing every phase of the development and deployment cycle.

If you live and breathe security on a daily basis, this is a must-attend panel talk. Bring your questions.

Don’t forget to register for VMware Explore. You can also contact your sales rep to set up a 1:1 customer briefing about security at VMware Explore 2022 US or email us to learn more.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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