Protecting your business from cyberattacks
Leverage top security practices to protect your business

Cybersecurity is making headlines, but it’s not always large, multinational corporations in the news.  

Small-medium businesses (SMBs) are often more vulnerable to cyberattacks, due in large part to limited IT resources in the face of ongoing risks. As your company grows, you'll need more than just antivirus and firewall software to keep customer and employee data safe. 

Join us for our deep dive for business owners and IT teams that will map out a plan of defense powered by network solutions. You’ll walk away knowing how to mitigate risks and proactively prepare for the possible cyber threats to your business.  

In this webinar, we’ll cover:  

  • The emerging cybersecurity landscape and its impact on business owners and IT teams.  
  • Five distinct layers of technology from DNS to endpoint protection that comprise a robust defense strategy.  
  • Our comprehensive security stack of gateways, switches, access points, and cloud management services.  
Following the webinar, we’ll have a Q&A session with a guest expert in the cybersecurity space.
Please join us! 

Ahana Dave
Ahana Dave
Global Marketing Manager, SMB
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
Ahana manages global campaign strategy, execution, and new product launches at Aruba, focused on smart network technologies for businesses across the world. In the past, she’s built integrated industry marketing campaigns for AI and data science solutions at NVIDIA from the ground up, targeting emerging segments like consumer media, higher education and research, energy, and public sector (disaster relief & cybersecurity).
Steve Given
Steve Given
CISO at Pileum Corporation (Metrix Solutions), Guest Expert

Steve Given is a veteran in the cyber security, risk, and compliance industry with over 20 years of experience working within established compliance programs, serving on internal audit teams, and overseeing documentation control and compliance departments.

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