Extended detection and response (XDR) is the new frontier in cybersecurity. With XDR, modern organizations have the chance to improve threat detection by breaking down traditional security silos and enabling detection across multiple data sources. This should offer protection that’s truly holistic. To learn more about this process, join Zones Inside Solutions Architect Jason Gist for this breakout, where he’ll discuss best practices for XDR alongside Brett Golden, the Global Commercial Sales Engineering Leader at Trellix.
Speaker: Jason Gist
Position: Solutions Architect, Zones
Background: Jason Gist is an Inside Solutions Architect at Zones. Jason was a Sergeant in the U.S. Army for nearly 14 years before transitioning into the National Guard. At Zones, Jason consults with customers and partners to architect solutions. He is a subject matter expert in server and storage solutions as well as vulnerability management and cyber security.
Speaker: Brett Golden
Position: Sr. Director of Global Commercial Sales Engineering, Trellix
Background: Brett Golden is the Global Commercial Sales Engineering Leader at Trellix, focused on delivering security solutions to customers and helping solve today’s cyber security challenges. He’s been working with corporate customers for the past 20 years helping them protect their companies and intellectual property from hackers and dishonest opportunists.
Brett began his cyber security career at McAfee, one of the two companies that combined to form Trellix. During his tenure at McAfee, he guided Commercial customers to address and solve security challenges they knew about, and those they didn’t. In addition to working closely with customers, he also engaged with McAfee’s channel partners, enabling them to provide security expertise to their mutual customers and helping them build organizations committed to the protection of companies across North America and Europe.