Tech Security: Trends and Best Practices

Join panelists from QuinStreet Enterprise sites eWEEK, eSecurity Planet, IT Business Edge and Datamation in a live Google Hangout May 7 as they discuss security strategies to fight the short- and long-range effects of cyber-attacks.

Every company today worries about cyber-attacks. This is no surprise, given their growing frequency and high stakes. High-visibility data breaches involving familiar companies such as Home Depot, Michael’s, Target and others have brought these concerns to social networks and general discussions around the world.

It is an increasingly complex task to protect an enterprise from cyber-attacks, thanks to trends such as cloud security, bring your own device (BYOD) and the Internet of things.

Four technology journalists–Chris Preimesberger and Sean Michael Kerner of eWEEK, Ann All of eSecurity Planet and Kachina Shaw of IT Business Edge–who cover security on a regular basis will discuss these trends and strategies for preventing and mitigating cyber-attacks during a Google Hangout at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT on Thursday, May 7. The moderator will be James Maguire, editor of Datamation.

We’ll reference new research from QuinStreet titled “2015 Security Outlook: Meeting Today’s Evolving Cyber Threats.” The research covers how businesses view cyber-attack prevention, selecting a technology partner in the fight against cyber-threats and more.  

Plan to join us for a thought-provoking discussion. You can watch the Hangout live May 7 on Google+. You can also follow tweets–and send some of your own–during the event using #QNSTSecurity.

Ann All, managing editor, Enterprise Apps Today

Sean Michael Kerner, Senior Editor, eWeek and InternetNews

Chris Preimesberger, Editor of Features and Analysis, eWeek

Kachina Shaw, Managing Editor, ITBusinessEdge

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