During this session, you will hear:
Learn why accidental data loss is a bigger threat than hackers and malcontent insiders–and how to prevent it. In this educational seminar, you’ll discover how a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution that integrates with your Unified Threat Management platform is the most effective way to prevent data loss.
We will look at some of the challenges and changes that technologists are facing in the near term and how we can get more out of our current environment. We will discover how we can get “more for less” by focusing on our People, Processes, Products, and Partners (the 4 “Ps”). I have added a fifth “P” for this discussion because of how important Projects have become in how IT delivers its services. IT still has one of the highest (worst) scores for project failure.
~ Presented by Jim Bates, Chief Information Officer for the State of Alaska
As the Chief Information Officer for the State of Alaska, Jim Bates leads, directs, and serves the most awesome team of talented technology professionals providing core enterprise information technology services to all state agencies. Jim works with all state agencies, DOA commissioners, deputy directors, and cost center managers to set division strategy in alignment with state and division missions and vision. He creates annual budget and costing models for chargeback and reconciliation of joint funding, and the ETS team consists of 130+ FTEs and administers 80+ contracts in providing these enterprise services to the largest state in the union.
A new paradigm is needed to protect organizations proactively. Software-defined Protection is a new, pragmatic security architecture and methodology. It offers an infrastructure that is modular, agile and most importantly, SECURE. Such architecture must protect organizations of all sizes at any location: headquarters networks, branch offices, roaming through smartphones or mobile devices, or when using cloud environments.
Protections should automatically adapt to the threat landscape without the need for security administrators to follow up manually on thousands of advisories and recommendations. These protections must integrate seamlessly into the larger IT environment, and the architecture must provide a defensive posture that collaboratively leverages both internal and external intelligent sources. The Software Defined Protection (SDP) architecture partitions the security infrastructure into three interconnected layers:
New server side storage acceleration products solve storage bottlenecks that are common in virtual data centers. The result: 10x better performance for all virtual applications, while saving 95% on storage costs.
Aruba will walk through the complete process of authentication and access, BYOD, on-boarding, posturing and guest management system on the wire or over wireless.
Join us as Juniper presents a new architecture that enables a simple, open, and smart data center that accelerates the deployment and delivery of applications within and across multiple sites and clouds.
Join this session to see how Palo Alto Networks makes use of current on-premise firewalls in conjunction with a cloud-based analysis engine to deliver an ideal blend of protection and performance.
NetApp will discuss end-to-end flash options—hybrid Flash/HDD systems, server-based caching, and all-flash arrays—optimize enterprise storage for application-specific and shared storage environments.
Join us as Citrix describes a model to provide an all-encompassing enterprise mobility solution that provides secure access to applications and data that people need – from any Smartphone or tablet – to stay productive when they’re on the go.
|Brian Metras||President||AIIM, Anchorage Chapter|
|Ulf Asplund||Manager, Technical Services||Alaska Court System|
|Thor Ryan||Department Security Officer||Alaska Dept of Health & Social Services|
|Chris Doucette||Officer, Infrastructure Development||Alaska Home Finance Corporation|
|Tom Remaklu||Chief Information Officer||Alaska Home Finance Corporation|
|John Ramey||Sr VP, Information Technology||Alaska National Insurance|
|Joe Carlton||Director, Telecom & Network Infrastructure||Alaska Railroad Corporation|
|Dana Gonderzik||Information Systems Auditor II||Alaska USA|
|Allen Moore||Manager, Information Security||Alaskan Command|
|Scott Moser||Chief Information Officer||Alaskan Command|
|Brian Noonan||Director, Information Technology||Altman Roger & Company|
|Wendy Naar||Enterprise Operations Lead||Alyeska Pipeline Corporation|
|Doug Adams||Director, Information Technology||Anchorage Museum Association|
|Mike Fleckenstein||Director, Information Technology||Anchorage School District|
|Bill Pearch||Director, IT Planning & Administration||Arctic Slope Regional Corp.|
|Debbie Shannon||Chief Information Officer||Carlisle Trucking|
|David Roes||Manager, Information Technology||Christian Health Associates|
|Randy Reed||Chief Information Officer||Chugach Alaska Corporation|
|Darrell Aldridge||Manager, Computer Security||Credit Union 1|
|Terry Ameline||Manager, Information Technology||CRW Engineering Group, LLC|
|RC Woodson||Chief Information Officer||Doyon Corporation|
|Steve Smith||Manager, Network Services||Fairbanks North Star Borough|
|Chris Javier||Manager, Information Technology||Galena City School District|
|Mack Avery II||Secretary||ISACA, Anchorage Chapter|
|Stan Halfacre||Chief Information Officer||Matanuska Electric Association, Inc.|
|Dan Monarch||Director, Information Technology||Matanuska Telephone Association, Inc.|
|Justin Michaud||Chief Information Officer||Mat-Su Borough School District|
|Ngoni Murandu||Chief Information Officer||NANA Regional Development Corporation|
|John Tibor||President||Network Users Group of Alaska|
|Shannon Wold||Manager, Information Systems||SCA Alaska Surgery Center|
|Greg Burns||President||Share/SQL Users Group|
|Ubon Boutsomsi||Director, Information Technology||Sitnasuak Native Corporation|
|Jim Bates||Chief Information Officer||State of Alaska|
|Carmi Malabanan||Manager, Information Technology||Tikigaq Corp.|
|Tom Carrell||Chief Information Officer||Udelhoven Companies|
|David Elder||LTC, Chief IT Services Division||United States Army|
|David Bantz||Chief Information Architect||University of Alaska|
|Pat Shier||Chief Information Officer||University of Alaska, Anchorage|
|Jerry Tibor||LAN Manager||University of Alaska, Anchorage|
|Nathan Zierfuss||Information Security Officer||University of Alaska|
|David Edge||Manager, IT Security||US Bureau of Land Management|
|Wil Covalt||IT Specialist||US Bureau of Safety & Environmental Enforcement|
|Ryan Haller||Sr Systems Administrator||US Bureau of Safety & Environmental Enforcement|
Dena’ina Convention Center
600 W. Seventh Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501
JC PENNEY’S (580 SPACES)
Entrance: On Sixth Avenue, one way driving East, immediately past E street between, E & D Streets, to the South (right), OR On E Street, one way driving North, immediately past the alley, between Sixth & Seventh Avenues, on the East (right)
Exit: Onto D Street driving either direction, between Sixth & Seventh Avenues, North or South
Hours: Open 24 Hours
FIFTH AVENUE (1,160 SPACES)
Entrances: On B Street driving either direction, between Fifth and Fourth Avenues, on the East, OR On Fourth Avenue driving either direction, between B and C Streets, on the South
Exit: Onto C Street driving one way South (left) only, between Fourth & Fifth Avenues, OR Onto Fourth Avenue driving either direction, between B and C Streets, East or West, OR Onto B Street driving either direction, between Fourth & Fifth Avenues, North or South
Hours: Open 24 Hours
SIXTH AVENUE (570 SPACES)
Entrance: On H Street driving either direction, adjacent to the alley, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, to the East
Exit: Onto G Street driving one way South (right) only, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues
Hours: Open 24 Hours
SEVENTH AVENUE (471 SPACES)
Entrance: On G Street one way driving South, immediately past the alley to the West (right), between Sixth and Seventh Avenues
Exit: Onto H Street driving either direction, North or South, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues
Hours: Open 24 hours