CyberArk Chairman and CEO Udi Mokady to Participate in Panel with Business Leaders and Ex-Intelligence Officers on the Secrets to Israeli’s Cybersecurity Startup Success
NEWTON, Mass. – February 6, 2017 – CyberArk (NASDAQ: CYBR), the company that protects organizations from cyber attacks that have made their way inside the network perimeter, today announced details of its participation at RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco.
CyberArk will discuss how proactive privileged account security controls can mitigate internal and external cyber threats, and the importance of protecting against privilege-related vulnerabilities in cloud and DevOps environments. For enterprises migrating to the cloud, CyberArk enables customers to seamlessly extend and consistently enforce the security policies they have in place today on their on-premises infrastructure into their emerging cloud and DevOps environments.
The company will also demonstrate capabilities of the recently-released CyberArk Endpoint Privilege Manager at booth #3209 in the North Hall. CyberArk is an RSA Conference 2017 Silver sponsor.
In addition, CyberArk will be participating in the following sessions:
“The Privilege Connection: Cloud, DevOps and Stopping Advanced Threats” – Accelerated cloud migration and DevOps adoption require IT leaders to implement more effective risk management strategies from the start in order to better protect against advanced threats. In this session, CyberArk’s Brandon Traffanstedt, national director, sales engineers, will explain how to reduce the attack surface by securing privileged accounts across the enterprise – on-premises, in the cloud and on endpoints, as well as privileged credentials used by DevOps automation and orchestration tools.
“The Privilege Connection: Cloud, DevOps and Stopping Advanced Threats” – Tuesday, February 14 at 3:30 p.m. PT at North Expo Briefing Center
“Meet the Leaders of the Startup Nation” – CyberArk Chairman and CEO Udi Mokady will participate in a panel organized by the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center (ICRC)/Cyber Week. Mokady and a panel of industry experts, ex-intelligence officers and leading academics will discuss the secrets to how Israel became known as the “Startup Nation” in just 60 years. Attendees will learn how Israel’s combination of military service, startup mentality and advanced academic programs turned Israel into a “startup machine” and the capital of cybersecurity.
“Meet the Leaders of the Startup Nation” – Thursday, February 16 at 8:00 a.m. PT in Moscone Center West, 2020