This June, join Chief Wine Officer and partners Google Cloud Security for our new and exclusive CWO : DIGITAL format. Our interactive B2B virtual wine-tasting experience combines innovative expertise, networking, and a wine tasting experience like no other. We are bringing thought-provoking business insight and industry experts straight to your door.
With cyber threats becoming increasingly sophisticated in 2020, businesses are preparing for an inordinate rise of security breaches, attacks, and incidents. But despite the increase in threat, enterprise security teams are unlikely to have increased in response and the sector faces an ongoing skills shortage.
IT security teams need to find a way to leverage massive data and compute their existing resources to analyze and fight these cyber threats, often on a global scale.
Lock in virtually and discover how to redefine security analytics to enable your teams to focus on protecting what matters most. This event will explore how you can empower your security with solutions that allow you to lead in your industry and fight cyber threats on a global scale. All whilst creating human connections and sampling world-class wines – courtesy of Chief Wine Officer – from the comfort of your own home.
Places are limited to 15 IT Security leaders from some of the USA’s biggest and most well-known enterprises. Save your spot now to empower your security teams and learn how to:
• Remove the cost, complexity, and effort of on-premises intelligence technologies
• Leverage massive data and compute resources to analyze and fight cyber threats
• Enable security teams to focus on protecting what matters most
• Accomplish tasks that used to take 15mins or more in seconds
Alongside sharing this high-level business content from some of the country’s top security leaders, you will have the opportunity to network virtually and discuss challenges and best practices with your peers. We’ll cap off the evening with some light entertainment provided by May Matta-Aliah, Wine Expert. May’s expert wine knowledge will guide your wine-tasting experience, with our host crowning the most refined palate with the ultimate accolade: Chief Wine Officer!
As businesses navigate this new climate, we must continue connecting through interactive events such as this. We look forward to meeting you virtually and having you partake in the discussion.
A recognized domain expert in information security, regulatory compliance, and customer success, Eric has extensive startup experience including RiskIQ.com, MMAjunkie.com, and eScout.com. As President of CYDERES, he is responsible for managing the overall operations, resources, and go-to-market strategy for the Security-as-a-Service operation of Fishtech Group. Eric led the 2018 launch of CYDERES EMDR, an Enterprise Managed Detection and Response service that helps organizations with detection, investigation, remediation, and proactive threat hunting.
Previously Chief Information Security Officer for Netsmart, Eric led the team responsible for all aspects of Information Security and Physical Security, including strategy, architecture, policies, and risk management. As Head of Customer Success for RiskIQ, he built and led a world-class team in San Francisco and Kansas City.
Eric’s specialties include building high-performance teams from the ground up and leading them to excellence, and rapidly scaling organizations to operational maturity.
Shapor Naghibzadeh has worked in Google engineering for 11 years, and is currently a Senior Engineering Lead within the Chronicle team. He guides product design from the view of a hands-on threat response analyst. Prior to co-founding Chronicle, Shapor was a founding member of Google’s Threat Analysis Group, designed to identify and disrupt targeted attacks against Google and its users. He designed, built, and maintained systems to enable this, including Google-scale malware and log analysis and indexing systems. Shapor has a BS degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Cybersecurity and IT leaders will join you as we blend the physical and digital to share unencumbered insight. Save your spot now and learn how you can make sense of threat information and security telemetry on a global scale.
Discover how innovators are tackling enterprise security, as you break out to discuss how to overcome your business challenges.
This C-suite virtual experience is an opportunity for you to network with CISOs, Directors of Global Security, Cybersecurity, and cloud security experts.
Chronicle, now part of Google Cloud, is focused on enterprise cybersecurity solutions. We leverage massive data and compute resources to analyze and fight cyber threats. Our security analytics platform helps enterprise security teams investigate incidents and hunt for threats in their networks, at the speed of search.
The deadline for wine shipment has now passed, but we’d still be delighted to have you attend. If you wish to take part our Master of Wine would be happy to share some suggestions on wines ahead of the event.
Our premium event series is all about mixing business with pleasure. This virtual event brings together high-level business discussions and networking. We also nicely blend the virtual and physical spaces, inviting guests to sample the finest wines from home, guided by the best wine-tasters in the world.
But it doesn’t stop there – you’ll also get to take part in light competition to put your newfound wine knowledge to the test. Join us to take part in our wine expert’s wine-related competition to see if you can win the title of Chief Wine Officer.
For close to 20 years, May’s had her finger on the pulse of the wine and spirits scene in New York City. May represents wine regions and brands as their primary educator and ambassador. She has taught countless seminars to industry professionals and has presented at high visibility conferences such as New York Wine Expo, Society of Wine Educator Annual Conference and the French Wine Society Annual Conference.May is also a long time instructor at the prestigious International Wine Center, where she has been teaching the classes of the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) and served as an adjunct professor at the City Tech, CUNY.