See us at the New York City Tech-Security Conference

Attend Patrick Crowley's Presentation Introducing Endpoint Modeling

On Wednesday, October 12th, Observable Networks will be in New York to participate in the New York City Tech-Security Conference.

The conference, hosted by Data Connectors, will feature 8-12 educational speaker sessions that will focus on current tech security issues such as network and cloud security, encryption, email and social media security, VoIP, ransomware and more.

As a company championing a new perspective on IT security, Observable Networks is honored to be attending and presenting at the conference. Our founder and CTO, Patrick Crowley, will be presenting at 12:45pm. During his presentation, A Profoundly Different Way to Look at IT Security with Endpoint Modeling, Patrick will make the case for an approach to IT security that with great accuracy, discovers and tracks networked assets in a way that emits actionable security intelligence when behavior changes in notable ways. 

Join us as we introduce our Dynamic Endpoint Modeling solution and show how it is being used successfully in organizations large and small, in traditional networks and cloud environments including AWS VPCs, Azure and others.

Stop by to learn more

If interested in learning about our solution, please stop by our booth or contact us now to schedule a personal demonstration during the conference. Lawrence Hatcher will be staffing the booth and providing demonstrations of Dynamic Endpoint Modeling throughout the day. He would be more than happy to discuss the benefits of Endpoint Modeling for your specific scenario.

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