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This topic is a chance to discuss more about the best practices for Cisco Endpoint security, from its implementation, deployment, configuration and troubleshooting to its acquisition. The session will cover AMP for Endpoint and Cisco Security as well.
The holiday season is a time of family, fun, and relaxation. As the business year and weather cool down, however, the threat landscape heats up. The holiday season sees a surge in endpoint transactions, and as a result, endpoint threats. Join us to discuss how Cisco endpoint security can protect you and your business while you relax at home for the holidays.
Ask questions from Monday November 5th to Friday 16th, 2018
Neil Patelis a Technical Product Marketing Manager for Cisco’s Advanced Threat solutions portfolio, focusing on AMP for Endpoints, Cisco’s Advanced endpoint security offering. Neil joined the industry five years ago, and has worked closely with various groups within the Cisco security product portfolio and also with customers in both pre and post sales. On the weekends he can usually be found under the hood of his car or hiking around one of the various North Carolina trails. Neil holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech.
Evgeny Mirolyubov is a Technical Marketing Engineer for Advanced Threats Security in the Security Business Group at Cisco. Evgeny works with the largest Cisco customers across the globe to help them realize the value and the benefits of their Cisco's security investments. He believes that with the right mix of security talent, processes, and technology in place, organizations can reduce the risk of being exposed to a severe compromise. Evgeny is passionate about topics such as endpoint and network security, practical use of machine learning in cybersecurity, operating systems, threat research, incident response, threat hunting, and many others. Evgeny is a graduate of the Moscow State Technological University with a major in Computer Sciences. He as well studied at Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), where his primary focus areas were systems and network security. Evgeny holds multiple industry certifications from Cisco and GIAC.
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