All Are Invited: Montana Technology Connection, 8/21, Helena, Montana
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Find out how Montana Technology Providers are driving business growth and what it means for the prosperity of the state and your business. Learn more about how local providers have become the leaders in the country in technology services and what you need to know to insure your business success.
About the Montana Technology Connection Series http://www.mttechnologyconnection.com/
Helena will host discussions on Montana's available technology infrastructure; including fiber optic capacity, cyber security, big data analytics, data centers, managed services, cloud offerings and other topics. This series will serve as an information source for local businesses that require technology services and supply them with important information about Montana based technology providers.
"Morrison Maierle Systems Corp. (Systems) http://www.getsystems.net. joined with Integra http://www.integratelecom.com and Parsec Data http://parsecdata.com/ in sponsoring this event because in part we see it as a great opportunity to connect Montana businesses with experienced, knowledgeable, forward-thinking information technology professionals that live right here in Montana," stated Darryl Rensmon, President of Morrison-Maierle Systems. "We are passionate about IT, believe in Montana, have the team to handle IT design and infrastructure from beginning to end; and we are committed to helping Montana businesses grow."
The strength of Montana's IT backbone is not common knowledge within the state, however, Montana stacks up as one of the top locations in the nation for tech centers. The event will show local businesses what many across the nation have already discovered; Montana's technology base is vibrant and growing.
This is a unique opportunity for any business, whether in healthcare, retail or even a start-up to learn important information that can positively affect your business and help support business development in Montana.
* Bring awareness of enterprise technology and IT services available here locally in Montana.
* Provide support to local government and private industry to help grow the economy.
* Create sustainability as we look to attract healthcare and out of state initiatives.
Simperman Auditorium, Carroll College
Wednesday, August 21st 1:00 pm - 4:00
RSVP to Brian Obert - email@example.com or 406.465.0619
For Additional Information, please contact:
Parsec Data Management
Sponsors & Event Info
Montana Business Assistance Connection http://www.mbac.biz/
Main Street Montana Project http://www.mainstreetmontanaproject.com/
Montana Department of Commerce http://commerce.mt.gov/
Helena Area Chamber of Commerce Helena Area Chamber of Commerce
Morrison-Maierle Systems Corp. http://www.getsystems.net
Parsec Data Management http://parsecdata.com/
Dr. Mukkamala, a senior research scientist with ICASA (Institute for Complex Additive Systems Analysis) and the chief security strategist and Chief Technology Officer of CAaNES will be feature presenter at the Montana Technology Connection session in Helena on Wednesday, August 21st at the Simperman Auditorium on the Carroll College Campus. The event begins at 1:00PM and runs until 4:00 with time for questions and answers, admission is free. Dr. Mukkamala’s presentation will give insight into how to minimize an organization’s attackable “cyber surface area” and manage the various threat vectors that cyber adversaries can use to attack an organization.
Dr. Mukkamala has over 11 years of experience in Information Security and is one of the lead researchers for CACTUS (Computational Analysis of Cyber Terrorism against the US). He has written over 120 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of information assurance, malware analytics, digital forensics, data mining, and bioinformatics. Additionally he has a patent on Intelligent Agents for Distributed Intrusion Detection System and Method of Practicing.
His current research is in the area of malware analytics (focuses on medical control systems and nontraditional computing devices), malware synthesis, malware attribution, exploit systems, semantic based Web application security assessments, browser as an attack tool, visual security analytics, and enterprise risk metrics.
Dr. Mukkamala received his Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Madras, before obtaining his M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from New Mexico Tech. Dr. Mukkamala co-founded CAaNES, a spin-off from NMT - ICASA that focuses on proactive and reactive intelligent risk analytics, vulnerability management solutions, red teaming, malware analytics, and Web 2.0 and application security.
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