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Summary

Everywhere in your organization there are endpoints. A security breach at any one of those can have a domino effect on your whole infrastructure, and can be costly.

Join us for a webinar focused on how to protect your endpoints, and incident response. We will discuss endpoint security, current AV evasion techniques, recent breach examples and solutions on how to protect and monitor your entire environment.  The example solutions we will discuss will range from open source, AsTech, other vendors and of course from Milton.

Speakers

img-jason-kent.jpgJason Kent
AsTech
CTO

Jason Kent is a well-respected leader in the security industry with more than 20 years of experience in Information Technology and Information Security.  Jason has worked with hundreds of organizations across the globe, addressing a wide array of technology, security and program challenges these organizations face in today’s difficult security environment.

Drawing on his extensive experience in wireless, Web and infrastructure security, Jason leads AsTech’s R&D efforts to architect full-stack security solutions that enable organizations of any size reach their security and operational goals. As an IoT and web application exploit researcher, Jason brings cutting edge understanding of the risks and vulnerabilities present in today's ever-evolving threat landscape and how best to craft solutions to effectively address these issues. Prior to AsTech Jason worked for world class organizations such as Veracode, Qualys, Aruba Networks and Blue Coat Systems. 

After 5 years in the U.S. Navy (most of the time in submarines), Jason obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ohio Dominican University and subsequently has attained various industry certifications.


12311326_10153743562700238_5995343280516108724_n.jpgJames McMurry
Milton Security
CEO

James McMurry is the Founder and CEO of Milton, a leading information security firm. McMurry has a diverse experience in network security and information security with startups through Fortune 1000 companies. He launched Milton in 2007 and has set an example for others in bringing new customers in as part of the Milton Family. McMurry has a dual MSc/MBA from the University of Maryland. He started his career at a young age building Compupro S-100 machines, he then joined the US Coast Guard, and had a lifetime of adventures being a puddle-pirate before meeting his wife. Upon leaving the USCG he worked at 10 different startup firms in the Bay Area and then a FFRDC in Southern California before starting Milton Security. He is a member of the IEEE, Board member of Hackers For Charity, Board Member for Buckles and Barrels for Bailey, and makes a concerted effort to help fellow Veterans through hiring, training and supporting them in becoming part of the network security family.        

When he is not working, you can find him either attending Comic-Con, a Barrel race/Rodeo with his family, or sipping Bourbon from his eclectic collection.


944905_10156736768315403_3809149707406780315_n.jpgEthan Coulter
Milton Security
President

Proudly wearing the title of lead nerd at Milton Security, Ethan has been a computer nerd for as long as he can remember.  With over 16 years experience and a BS degree in Information Systems, Ethan has developed solutions in many industries from Banking to Utilities, and now Cyber Security.  Ethan joined Milton Security in 2009.


Evan_Fotor_web.jpgEvan Tremper
Milton Security
The Sales Guy

As Director of Sales at Milton Security, Evan Tremper leads the Enterprise Vertical Industries and Commercial businesses for the Americas where he is responsible for driving sales, services, and go-to-market strategy. Additionally, he is focused on strategy development and field execution through the company's direct, indirect and distribution channels.