Rolling Meadows, IL (PRWEB)
September 28, 2017
Lynx Technology Partners (Lynx), one of Inc. Magazine’s fastest-growing private companies and ranked among the top US security companies for consecutive years, will sponsor the 2017 Cyber Security Nexus North America Conference, an ISACA event to be held 2-4 October 2017, in Washington, DC, USA.
Lynx Technology Partners is the trusted Information Security and Risk Management Advisor which customers depend to improve security posture, facilitate compliance, reduce risk, and refine operational efficiency. Lynx will be exhibiting at CSX 2017, booth #601, joining the many inspiring keynote presenters and dynamic workshops and sessions to offer invaluable new tools and perspectives on cyber security.
“As we see in the headlines every day, this is a very challenging time in cyber security. But it is also an exciting time to be part of the innovation and solutions that are keeping organizations and cyber professionals ahead of the threats that impact their daily roles. We are looking forward to sharing our experience and expertise with the cyber community at the upcoming CSX 2017 North American Conference,” said Gina Mahin, Lynx Technology Partners CEO.
CSX North America is expected to draw hundreds of information and cyber security professionals, and other business technology leaders from around the globe, to the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.
In addition to hosting the one-day exclusive CISO Forum during CSX, ISACA plans to release findings of recent industry research highlighting the important roles and responsibilities Boards and senior executive hold in establishing a culture of cyber security in today’s business environments.
You can visit Lynx Technology Partners at booth #601 to discuss tools and services necessary to stay ahead of the threats and action in the fast-moving cyber security field.
This year’s event offers seven educational pathways, each featuring an essential and an advanced level for cyber security practitioners and managers. These pathways align to the U.S. Government’s N.I.S.T. framework for Cyber Security preparedness and relate to these specific topic areas:
- Identify (Asset Management, Business Continuity Planning, Systems Governance, Risk Assessment)