February 15, 2018
SC Vendor Webcast Features Pulse Secure in "IT Hell. Strategies to Avoid it and be the Hero."
Pulse Secure helps organizations bulletproof user access to critical applications in a crisis
SAN JOSE, Calif. — February 15, 2018 — Organizations and users expect that they have continuous access to the information and applications they need. But what happens when the unexpected occurs? Natural calamities like hurricanes, snowstorms or earthquakes or man-made disasters such as ransomware and network outages can make life hell for IT.
Pulse Secure, the leader in secure access solutions for people, devices, things and services, today announced that it will present an SC Vendor Webcast on February 20 to help organizations bulletproof user access to time-critical information and mission-critical applications. Pulse Secure will share Secure Access strategies that blend security compliance, dynamic scaling and geographic redundancy for both the cloud and data center.
Webcast Title: “IT Hell. Strategies to Avoid it and be the Hero.”
Who: Ashur Kanoon, Senior Director, Technical Marketing, Pulse Secure
What: This webinar will show organizations how to:
- Get ready for the unexpected with a proactive checklist
- Use compliance checking and network visibility to counter IoT and malware threats
- Scale user access dynamically during emergencies
- Shift data center resources seamlessly during crisis
Learn by example with a real-world case study
When: February 20 at 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
Where: To register visit https://engage.vevent.com/index.jsp?eid=474&seid=17317&code=PulseSecureA
About Pulse Secure
Pulse Secure, LLC is a leading provider of secure access solutions to both enterprises and service providers. Enterprises from every vertical and of all sizes utilize the company’s virtual private network (VPN), network access control (NAC), virtual application delivery controller (vADC) and mobile security products to enable end-user mobility securely and seamlessly in their organizations. Pulse Secure was formed in 2014 from Juniper Networks’ Junos Pulse business. Pulse Secure’s mission is to deliver secure access solutions for people, devices, things, and services. www.pulsesecure.net.