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Gigamon at Black Hat 2016

Don’t miss Black Hat 2016 in Las Vegas! The status quo isn’t working. There is a better way forward to reduce risk and stay out of the headlines. We’re using pervasive visibility to help the industry redistribute the power from attackers to defenders of infrastructure.

Visit us at booth #1307. Come see how Metadata is the security super power!

We’ve got activities lined up all week – check out the list below:

Join our After Party at LIGHT Nightclub located at Mandalay Bay
Optiv and Gigamon are hosting a Black Hat After Party on Wednesday, August 3rd from 7:30pm – 10:30pm. Register here.

Hear us at Black Hat
We’ll be featured in a live broadcast at the Dark Reading News Desk. Join us on Wednesday, August 3rd at 12:45pm to hear about “Tectonic Shift in Security: Now the Spotlight’s on the Attacker” featuring Gigamon CTO Shehzad Merchant.

See an Executive Speakeasy Panel Featuring Gigamon
Join Gigamon, Splunk, Imperva, Trend Micro and ePlus will host an executive panel discussing “Securing the Data Center” on Monday, August 1st at 6:00pm in the Bourbon Bar. Join us for drinks and appetizers once the panel concludes! Register here.

Attend a CISO Panel Featuring Gigamon
Join Gigamon’s Simon Gibson on Wednesday, August 3rd at 11:00am for an intimate panel session at the Delano Hotel. Several CISO experts will be discussing “5 Things a CISO Should Do When Talking to their Board.” Register here

Schedule a Meeting with Gigamon
Meet with us at Black Hat to learn why your network security infrastructure needs a security delivery platform for effective security. Email us, call us at +1 (408) 831- 4000, or visit our website.

Stop by our Booth to get a demo of the Security Delivery Platform, get a hand-rolled cigar, enter a drawing for an Oculus Rift, and meet the Gigamon team!

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