December 17, 2014
Insider Threat Resolve Through Employee Monitoring
It is no surprise that with the continuing advancements in data mobility, increasing demands of regulatory compliance, and sharing amongst the global community, that securing our nation’s sensitive information becomes more difficult each day. It is with this mobile and ever-changing environment in mind that Intelligent ID was created.
Intelligent ID Overview
Intelligent ID is a comprehensive Endpoint Monitoring and Protection (EMaP) tool that reduces an organization’s employee liability landscape by protecting its most valuable data. Intelligent ID accomplishes this by continuously monitoring endpoint and user behavior for policy violations, compliance infractions, and anomalous activity or file usage that could be signs of an impending breach. Intelligent ID’s four modules: Data Loss Prevention, Identity Activity, Productivity Monitoring, and Infrastructure Monitoring, collect and analyze data to provide instant insight and alerts when an incident arises.
Speaker: Larry Letow - CEO/President of Convergence Technology Consulting
Larry Letow has over 30 years of sales, operations and finance experience in the information technology industry.
Larry Letow is the CEO/President of Convergence Technology Consulting and is responsible for the vision and leadership of the organization. Prior to joining Convergence Technology Consulting, Larry served as Sr. Vice President of Infinity Consulting Group, where he held overall responsibility for expanding the corporate business in the Southeast Region, including corporate operations and marketing. Larry also served as the Sr. Direction of Futurelink Corporation, where he led the transformation from the commercial-focused business practice to the Federal market place. He previously held the position of Senior Vice President at United Information Systems and President of United Computer Systems. These experiences helped formulate his capability to analyze, assess and implement important decisions and prospective strategies.
Larry received his Bachelor of Arts in Government and Politics and minors in Sociology and Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland in 1983.
He is the co-founder of the National Cyber Security Hall of Fame and is a member on the Board of Directors for CyberMaryland and the Maryland Cyber Task Force. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Governors Workforce Investment Board, GovConnects, Tech Council of Maryland and Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber. He is also a member of the Board of Visitors for Towson University and University Systems of Maryland Foundation Board.
Larry was awarded the BWCC Hall of Fame in 2014 and Baltimore Washington Corridor Person of the Year in 2010. He is also involved in charitable organizations The Little Things for Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Ulman Cancer Fund.
Speaker: Jim Mazotas - Founder & CEO Intelligent ID
The founder of Intelligent ID, Jim is responsible for design, technology and strategy, including all aspects of product design and development. He is also the patent author for the Intelligent ID technology and is presently designing future applications and improvements for exclusive use within the Intelligent ID framework. Jim has extensive experience in developing new technical business strategies and solutions for many Fortune 500 companies worldwide. He was founder and CEO of Plannet - a leading provider of innovative security and networking products and services for small and medium sized businesses, which was sold to CareWorks Technologies. Prior to Plannet, Jim held senior technical positions with Toyota, Lockheed Martin, Department of Defense and AT&T, where his contributions positioned the organizations for successful implementations of advanced technologies.
Jim has received several awards and honors, including the 2005 Columbus TopCAT (Top Contributors for Advanced Technology) Award for outstanding business and the 2003 Presidential and National Leadership Award from the Business Advisory Council.
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