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October 2019 Meeting
October 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Why is SecOps so hard?
JJ Zettle, Solutions Engineer
In a recent survey of over 600 senior IT professionals, 1E discovered that 77% felt their organizations would be significantly safer if their IT ops and security teams could be better aligned.
There’s no question that, to really secure the business right where it matters most (by gaining complete visibility of every endpoint and ensuring they are properly patched), IT ops and security need to be working hand-in-glove.
Yet it’s no secret that these two crucial IT functions frequently clash, and rarely harmonize. Partly the cause is cultural – they have different outlooks, skillsets and priorities. Often, though, the cause is technical, too – IT ops is frequently flooded with alerts, dependent on legacy systems, and short of budget.
Join technical expert, JJ Zettle, as he explores answers to both sets of challenges, with real-life examples from customers that have made their organizations significantly more secure by attaining unprecedented visibility and control of all endpoints.
JJ Zettle is an experienced Solutions Engineer. He has an accomplished career with over 17 years of experience in End User Computing, IT Operations and IT Security.
Based out of Seattle, JJ has worked for or consulted at some the largest Fortune 500 Brands in the world. He brings a unique blend of expertise in Consulting, IT Management and most importantly, “Being the Customer”.
JJ is currently involved with Several Technology User groups up and down the West Coast. He is also the Current Chapter Lead of the Seattle Citrix User Group Community (CUGC) and a Founding Board Member of the Global Citrix User Group Community.
Network Over Lunch / Security Presentation / Earn 2 CPE’s / Raffle Prizes / Free Head-shots
Registering Online for the Meeting
ISSA/OC Members: $20
If you register after 2pm on October 9th the cost goes up as follows:
ISSA/OC Members: $25
Payments at the door, with Cash, Checks, and Credit Cards are also accepted, however online registrations are encouraged to speed entry into the meeting.