Security Office Hours
Quarterly Office Hours + Q&A
February 15th @ 10 AM PST
Every quarter, we invite our customer executives and technology administrators to join us for an exciting program we call Security Office Hours. The goal is to give you strategy & trends that can help your business thrive.
The purpose of this initiative is to provide knowledge of the latest high-level trends and best practices about what is going on in the world of information security. This goes deeper than cybersecurity - after all, security starts and ends with every employee. You may have policies and processes in your usual way of doing business that could be potential threats leaving you vulnerable.
Sign up to keep your business abreast on latest trends and technology security strategy.
- Learn recent trends in cyber attacks and security
- High level C-suite security strategy
- Extensive Q&A - get your questions answered and hear what other executives are concerned about
Jason Clause, The Host
Sr. IT Executive @ Endsight
Jason has spent the last 18 years working in the managed IT services industry. He has been presenting cybersecurity events for the past several years. He has a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from Kent State University and is a Microsoft Certified Professional. Jason is certified by Sophos, a worldwide leader in next-generation cybersecurity.
Stephen Hicks, The Expert
Virtual Chief Information Security Officer @ Endsight
Stephen has spent his entire professional career in the technology industry. He holds an MBA from Saint Mary's College and just over a dozen technical certifications including advanced cybersecurity certifications CISSP and CISM. He has a second-degree black belt in Shito Ryu Karate and loves to scuba and ski.
What is Cyber Security Office Hours?
Offered quarterly, Cyber Security Office Hours is Open to Endsight's Clients and the Broader Business Community. The goal is to provide non-technical business leaders access to senior Cybersecurity expertise. Each session features an opening topic on a relevant Cybersecurity issue, followed by an open Q&A forum. There is no fee to attend.