Date: March 24, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST | 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
Location: Virtual Meeting - Webex
Like water, attackers flow to where the cracks are in your network defenses. As a result, IT professionals should accept an attack as inevitable and plan for when – not if – a breach will occur. This is the Assume Breach mentality.
Join us on Wednesday, March 24th as Marco’s Security Professionals unpack the recent SolarWinds Orion attack. The far-reaching SolarWinds Orion attack has catapulted supply chain security vulnerabilities into the spotlight. Supply chain attacks are not new, but what made this one so different? Mike Burgard, CISO at Marco, and Jon Roberts, Security Architect at Marco, will answer that question and give takeaways as organizations look to better defend themselves.
During this session, you will walk away with:
- Review of SolarWinds Orion Attack
- Assume Breach Implications for Organizations
- Key Learnings and Takeaways for Better Defense
Get ready to collaborate as we unpack the SolarWinds attack and answer the question of what next. Reserve your space and register below!
Mike Burgard is Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) with Marco Technologies and joined the company as a Solutions Architect in 2016. With 20 years of experience in the IT industry, Burgard specializes in security and data solutions. Mike helps customers identify risk, evaluate the best methods of protection for their systems, and secure their information assets. Burgard holds certifications including CISSP, CISM, and multiple others from EMC, CheckPoint, VMware, and ITIL.
Jon Roberts is a Security Architect with Marco. Jon joined Marco as a Network Systems Engineer in 2017 and transitioned to the role of Security Architect in 2019. He has 9 years of experience in the IT industry specializing in security and data center technologies. As a Security Architect, Jon works closely with clients to improve their security posture by performing assessments, designing and implementing solutions, and responding during security incidents. Jon holds multiple certifications including CISSP and CEH along with many from vendors such as VMware and Cisco.