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The InfraGard Knoxville meeting dates are regularly scheduled to fall in the odd numbered months – on the second Thursday of January, March, May, July, September, and November. This will avoid conflicting in October with the East Tennessee Cyber Security Summit, which InfraGard helps to sponsor, and the December holiday activities. __________________________________________________________
The InfraGard Knoxville Members Alliance will be meeting on Thursday, August 6, 2015, starting at 11:30 AM in the auditorium of King University. The guest speaker will be Bradley Lide, Director of Business Enablement for SertintyONE a peer-to-peer smartsuite of secure file transfer and data assurance software.
Many industry leaders state that it is time to move away from the traditional “castle and moat” mentality and transition towards self-protecting, self-governing data. In this discussion, we will explore the why there is such a need, how that new approach might look, and what the benefits would be to both corporations and consumers.
Bradley Lide is a security professional with over 35 years of management and field experience in both the IT and physical security industries, in both enterprise and retail environments. As Director of Business Enablement for SertintyONE, he is responsible for understanding the client’s critical data requirements and providing innovative solutions to maintain control and integrity of that data.
Bradley is also a Fellow at the Ponemon Institute, which provides both the private and public sectors with a clearer understanding of the trends, perceptions and potential threats that will affect the collection, management and safeguarding of personal and confidential information.
Bradley is a long-time member of InfraGard, having served as President of his local InfraGard chapter (Middle Tennessee in Nashville) as well as on InfraGard’s National Board of Directors.
Lunch will be sponsored by our speaker, catered by Jason’s Deli. Please RSVP to RScheuch@embarqmail.com on or before Monday, August 3rd, if you plan to eat lunch.
King University’s Knoxville campus is located at 10950 Spring Bluff Way – the Hardin Valley Road exit off TN-162, literally across the street from Pellissippi State Community College. Here’s a Google Maps link to the campus location.