Ignite 2014 will be here before you know it, and we’re committed to making it not only the largest gathering of enterprise security experts in the world, but also the best.
With that in mind, we’re very pleased to announce the initial lineup of marquee tracks and sessions at Ignite, which takes place March 31-April 2, 2014 in Las Vegas. Head on over to our Ignite 2014 sessions page for explanations of each.
Our Building a Next-Generation Cybersecurity Strategy track will offer these sessions:
- Taking the Burden Off IT: The Next-Generation Security Platform
- A Practical Approach to Threat Prevention
- Threats From The Inside Out
- Malware Deconstructed
- Trends in Threat and Risk
- Introduction to Malware Analysis with WildFire
Our Next-Generation Security Innovation track will offer these sessions:
- SSL Decryption Policy Best Practices
- Creating Custom App-IDs To Protect Internal Applications and Eliminate Unknowns
- Getting the Most Out of Your Next-Generation Firewall
- Best Practices for User-Based Policies
- Expanding Next-Generation Security to All Parts of the Business
- Panorama Deep Dive
- PAN-OS Advanced Troubleshooting
- Customer Support Best Practices
Our Modern Data Centers track will offer these sessions:
- Securing the Virtualized Data Center
- Designing a Next-Generation Data Center Reference Architecture
- Security, Automation and Orchestration for Cloud, SDN and Beyond
- Implementing a Zero Trust Network Architecture (Customer panel)
Our Mobile and End-User Security track will offer these sessions:
- On the Trail of Mobile Malware
- Introduction to GlobalProtect
- Real World Requirements for Mobile Security (Customer panel)
- Understanding Mobile Threats
Our Cybersecurity Industry Best Practices track will offer these sessions:
- Defining Policy Around Your Business
- Securing the Healthcare Technology Revolution (Industry expert panel)
- Cyberattacks As the New Normal In Financial Services (Industry expert panel)
- Next-Generation Security Applied to Critical Infrastructure, ICS and SCADA Networks
- Critical Infrastructure Network Security Using IEC 62443/ISA99 and Palo Alto Networks Security Appliances
Watch this space for more content and speaker updates over the coming weeks, and if you haven’t yet done so, register for Ignite 2014 today!
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Last, if you have Ignite questions and don’t quite know where to go or whom to ask first, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.