Radware Subject Matter Experts to Present SDN, Data Center and Cyber Security Topics
Radware®, a leading provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, today announced its schedule of speaking engagements in Germany and England for the month of October.
Radware’s subject matter experts will deliver engaging and thought-provoking presentations with topics ranging from preparing for the next generation of cyber attacks to better utilizing a software defined network. (SDN)
Below is a list of Radware’s speaking engagements, including respective Radware experts and presentation topics:
• October 9, 2013: Nuremburg, Germany
IT-SA 2013 Werner Thalmeier, Security Evangelist
Topic: DDoS Protection Current State of Research
• October 16, 2013: London, England
IP Expo Werner Thalmeier, Security Evangelist
Topic: Are you Ready for the Next Generation of DDoS Attacks
• October 17, 2013: London, England
IP Expo John Boden, Chief Architect, Carrier Solutions
Topic: Data Centre Optimization: The Evolution of the Data Centre to a Software Defined Data Centre
• October 17, 2013: Frankfurt, Germany
SDN and OpenFlow World Congress Avi Chesla, Chief Technology Officer
Topic: A "Snapshot" of an Application Aware Network
For an updated list of Radware speaking engagements or for more information, please visit the website
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