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Bear is a black lab mix born April 11, 2013. At just over one year of age, Bear met trainer Todd Jordan (Jordan Detection K9) who was looking for an energetic lab as his first trainee for a newly minted concept of Electronic Storage Detection (ESD). After 10 months of exhaustive training, including real-world searches in support of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICACTF), Bear’s training culminated in the search of Subway pitchman, Jared Fogle’s, house in July 2015.

After the Fogle case, Detective Ian Polhemus—a 27 year member of the Seattle Police Department—contacted Todd with a plan to purchase Bear and bring the dog back to Seattle as he had been selected to handle the SPD’s first Electronic Storage Detection K9.

Since September 2015, Ian and Bear have continued to support the ICACTF while assigned to the High-Risk Victims Section where they focus on assisting investigators in the recovery of digital evidence that might otherwise have gone undetected, but for the power of the nose!

In November 2018, Bear was awarded the “Public Service” award from the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) at their annual Humane Awards Luncheon.

Photo Credit: The Seattle Police Department Photo Unit

Speaker Sessions

Closing Keynote

Thursday, May 2, 1:00 PM.

Join us as we wrap up Evolution19 with our guest keynote, Police Dog Bear and K9 Detective Handler Ian Polhemus of the Seattle Police Department. You won't want to miss this interactive and engaging story of how the SPD employs Bear the Dog as an investigator into data and crime! Plus, stick around for a grand send-off from Code42 CEO Joe Payne.

Brad Hodges is a senior analyst programmer at Baylor University. Brad has worked at Baylor for 14 years in software support and system administrator roles. In his personal time, Brad enjoys camping and amateur astronomy with his wife and two children.

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Is There a Problem Here? Using Business Analytics Platforms and Code42 to Identify Issues in Your Environment

Wednesday, May 1, 1:00 PM.

Join this customer-led session to understand how you can use business analytics tools, like Power BI, to create the analytical view of Code42 data that you need to drive decision making. Code42 has the data, but you can more quickly and easily find the scope and scale of issues in your environment by porting that data into business analytics tools.

Brad Hodges, senior analyst programmer at Baylor University, will cover how he identifies problems like "devices in the drawer" using licenses that are unnecessary, file selection problems and backup issues. Brad and Code42 expert Adam Sjogren will illustrate how the setup effort to incorporate Code42 data into your BI tool can save your team hours of work on an ongoing basis.

Speakers: Brad Hodges, Baylor and Adam Sjogren, Code42

David Chiang is an IT systems engineer at MACOM where he focuses on protecting MACOM’s data through organizational growth and digital transformation. Prior to MACOM, David worked in information technology at General Motors, RingCentral, NVIDIA and Maxim Integrated. In his prior roles, David delivered excellent results with integration, deployments and automation.

With a degree in management information systems (focus in advanced networking and information security) from San Jose State University, David has been on the forefront of endpoint backup and security. David is a Code42 certified architect with multiple enterprise deployments, and an early adopter of Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection.

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Using Next-Gen DLP to Protect Data from Inside Threats

Wednesday, May 1, 10:30 AM.

Digital transformation is moving your most important data. From Google to USB drives, your organization's unstructured, sensitive data exists beyond servers. And, that proprietary data that gives your organization a competitive edge is often the most difficult data to protect.

Companies like semiconductor manufacturer Macom know that building unified visibility into where organizational data lives and moves is a key part of any security transformation. In this session, Macom’s IT System Engineer David Chiang and Code42 Senior Sales Engineer Isaac O'Connell will highlight how Macom has used Code42’s audit trails and integration with Splunk to secure and protect their critical data.

Mike Wallace is an engineer with Best Buy’s Collaboration Services End User Team. Mike has had close to 20 years of experience with some of the Midwest’s largest companies. His primary focus has been on integration and automation.

When away from the office he enjoys boating, being lazy in the summertime, movies, downhill skiing and trying to stay warm during the cold Minnesota winter months.

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Using PowerShell Scripting to Streamline Your Code42 Environment

Wednesday, May 1, 11:20 AM.

Every wonder how you can automate manual processes in your Code42 environment? Don't know where to start, or need an example of processes that can easily be automated? Join Mike Wallace, engineer at Best Buy, to learn a repeatable process using PowerShell scripting to automate manual work in Code42.

From getting a list of users or devices to placing users on a legal matter and more advanced workflows, PowerShell scripting can help you streamline maintenance of your environment and save significant amounts of time. Once you understand a repeatable way to build these scripts, it’s easy to incorporate them into your daily workflows.

Joe brings to Code42 more than 20 years of leadership and a proven track record with high-growth software companies. He has a broad experience base in delivering software and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions to enterprises across numerous industries. As President and CEO of Code42, he drives the company’s strategic direction and oversees all operations.

Prior to Code42, Joe was Chairman and CEO of Eloqua—a SaaS business—where he recruited and led the team that grew Eloqua’s revenue from $11M to $125M in just six years. Joe led Eloqua’s successful IPO in 2012 and subsequent sale to Oracle for $957M in 2013.

Prior to Eloqua, Joe was President and COO of iDefense, a VeriSign company, where he was responsible for all company operations. Before joining iDefense, he served as President and CEO of e-Security Inc. and President and CEO of eGrail. Joe began his career in brand management where he worked on the Coca-Cola brand and the Mr. Clean brand at Procter & Gamble.

Joe currently serves on the Board of Directors of Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD), TrackMaven, and First Focus Campaign for Children, a non-partisan, not-for-profit advocacy organization.  Joe previously served on the boards of Dealertrack, Plex, Eloqua, e-Security, eGrail, and Ecutel.

Joe received his M.B.A. from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University where he was a Fuqua Scholar. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Duke University. When not hard at work, you can find Joe cheering for the U.S. National Soccer Team, his beloved Duke Blue Devils or the hapless Washington Redskins. Joe is married with four children.

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Opening Session

Wednesday, May 1, 8:30 AM.

Attend the opening session of Evolution19 to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne and other leaders speak about the evolution of data loss protection, product innovations and what's ahead for Code42.

Evolutionaries Award Ceremony and Networking Reception

Wednesday, May 1, 4:00 PM.

The Code42 Evolutionaries recognize the success of Code42 customers—celebrating the unique deployments, successful adopters, best-practice makers and innovative users of Code42.

As chief information security officer at Code42, Jadee Hanson leads global risk and compliance, security operations, incident response, and insider threat monitoring and investigations. To her position, she brings more than 15 years of information security experience and a proven track record of building security programs.

Prior to Code42, Jadee held a number of senior leadership roles in the security department of Target Corporation, where she implemented key programs, including compliance, risk management, insider threat assessments and more. Jadee also spearheaded the effort to embed security resources into the development process as well as the security plans behind the acquisition of software development and online retail companies. She was the security lead for the sale of Target Pharmacies to CVS Health.

Before joining Target, Jadee worked at Deloitte, where she served as a security consultant for companies across diverse industries, such as healthcare, manufacturing, energy, retail and more.

In addition to her day job at Code42, Jadee is the founder and CEO of the non-profit organization Building Without Borders, which serves those in poverty-stricken areas throughout the world through housing services. Since April 2015, Building Without Borders has built 39 homes in areas of the Dominican Republic. In her spare time, you can find Jadee working for her non-profit, enjoying time with her husband and three girls, and spending time on the lake.

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Security Experts Panel: Security Technology Trends

Wednesday, May 1, 10:30 AM.

As security tools evolve and the threat landscape changes, security professionals are challenged to reframe their perspectives. Attend this conversation with industry-leading security experts to learn about how they are planning for the future. Get your questions ready!

Attend this session and earn 1 CPE for your CISSP or other security certification.

Security Experts Panel: New Approaches to Data Security

Wednesday, May 1, 11:20 AM.

A traditional digital fortress approach to security worked well when employees were less mobile and threats consistently came from outside the company. But newer approaches are worth considering as mobility and inside threats to data become just as important as external threats. How can you start to incorporate these approaches without spending yet another fortune on your security stack? Join this conversation with security change-makers to get some ideas.

Take this session and earn 1 CPE for your CISSP or other security certification.

As senior vice president of research, development and operations, Rob leads our software development and delivery teams. He brings more than 20 years of security, cloud, mobile, and IT management experience to Code42.

Prior to Code42, Rob worked as vice president of research and development at Ivanti, where he led and shaped the company’s evolution from IT management technologies to security-focused solutions, with projects ranging from cloud-delivered analytics to hybrid cloud security. Prior to Ivanti, Rob served as senior director of research and development at VMware, the leader in virtualization and hybrid cloud.

Rob has published several papers on information technology and mobility and co-authored the first published book on wireless application protocol in the United States. His passion for the IT Industry, plotting its tracks and keeping a pulse on its future, and his expertise has made him a high-demand speaker throughout the international IT community.

Rob graduated from Carleton College with a B.A. in computer science and a concentration in economics. In his spare time, he’s often moving his three ice hockey/lacrosse-playing children between rinks, or watching his Stanley Cup-destined Minnesota Wild play.

Vijay is the senior vice president of product management for Code42, leading the product management and design teams to help create innovative and compelling products for our customers. Vijay brings more than 18 years of experience in product strategy, product management, product development and quality assurance.

Prior to Code42, Vijay worked for Oracle, where he most recently led product management for the WebCenter Content product suite. Before Oracle, he worked at Stellent in product management and engineering roles, helping build market-leading content management products.

Vijay received his Executive MBA from IE Business School (Madrid, Spain), and earned an Executive Certificate in Technology and Value Chain Management from MIT Sloan School of Business. Vijay earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota. When not working on cool products at Code42, Vijay spends time catching up on movies, or creating music in his home studio.

Ann taps into more than 17 years of enterprise technology marketing and business development experience to drive marketing strategy for the company’s award-winning endpoint data protection and security solutions. Previously, she led product management for Rimage/Qumu Corp.’s Signal online publishing software, and was a Principal Product Director at Oracle. Ann has extensive experience in enterprise content management, enterprise portal and Enterprise 2.0 software markets, and holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Wisconsin.

Eric brings three decades of experience in technology, specializing in customer advocacy, business development and operations management. Prior to joining Code42, Eric was the chief customer officer and executive vice president of global operations at Tangoe, a leading technology lifecycle management firm, where he was responsible for global customer operations. Eric has previously held leadership positions at companies like VMware, SAP and Business Objects. He has a proven track record of establishing award-winning customer advocacy programs and building successful customer service and support organizations. Eric earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ithaca College. Outside of the office, Eric enjoys paddle boarding, kayaking or hiking.

As director of security operations at Code42, Nathan leads the team responsible for security tooling, red team exercises and responding to security events. Nathan joined Code42 in 2016, bringing experience from both the private and public sector, and is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Security Technologies (MSST) program at the University of Minnesota.

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Using CrowdStrike and Code42 to Speed Investigations

Wednesday, May 1, 11:20 AM.

Identifying the breadth and depth of data leak, loss, theft or misuse can be a complicated and drawn out process. But pairing the best endpoint detection and response tools with the data protection of Code42 can lead to significant time savings. In this session you'll hear from Code42 and CrowdStirke security experts as they discuss innovative solutions for investigating the actions of departing employees, understanding the spread of malware and bringing Chrome browser history into your forensic processes.

Attend this session and earn 1 CPE for your CISSP or other security certification.

Speakers: Tim Briggs, CrowdStrike and Nathan Hunstad, Code42

Fahad Aziz Ansari, CISSP, is director of systems engineering at Code42 on the Customer Success team. Fahad has been with Code42 for more than 4 years and has been instrumental in providing user-driven, secure solutions for his customers utilizing Code42 technology. Fahad’s recent work has led to an increased focus on utilizing continuous backup and restore to drive efficiency in device refresh process. Prior to Code42, Fahad worked with Oracle as an enterprise architect and helped customers align IT with business goals and objectives. When not working, Fahad enjoys spending time with his family and traveling.

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Security Solution Services Launch Session

Wednesday, May 1, 10:30 AM.

Be the first to hear about Code42's newest solution to help increase your team's productivity and your organization's security. Attend this session for the global unveiling.

Mark Hubbard is a senior product manager at Code42 where he focuses on delivering market-leading solutions that delight and exceed customer expectations. He has 15 years of experience in the technology industry, ranging from startups to Fortune 50 organizations. Prior to Code42, Mark led product and marketing teams at SaaS technology providers in industries such as retail, tax and agriculture. When not in the office, Mark enjoys spending time with his kids and riding on one of his variety of bicycles.

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Security and Value in the Code42 Cloud

Thursday, May 2, 9:00 AM.

The Code42 cloud is a secure platform where we deliver our Next-Gen DLP offering and includes our latest features and security enhancements. Everything we do at Code42 is designed to maximize your data’s security, but you may not know all that we do. Attend this session about the technology and practices in place at Code42 that provide you the peace of mind to use the Code42 cloud. You'll walk away with:

• An overview of the Code42 cloud security approach and architecture
• Answers to common questions we hear
• Specific takeaways you can bring back to your organization to drive support to move to the Code42 cloud

Speakers: Andrew Moravec, Code42 and Mark Hubbard, Code42

With more than 15 years of experience in industry-leading technology, Code42 Senior Manager of Product Management Mason Swenson brings a unique ability to identify market and industry trends and forecast impacts on technology managers and buyers. Prior to Code42, Mason worked with Imation as a regional sales manager and product manager and with Seagate Technology in product management and finance.

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The Latest at Code42: What’s New and What’s Next

Wednesday, May 1, 10:30 AM; Wednesday, May 1, 11:20 AM.

Learn about the newest capabilities added to Code42 Next-Gen DLP and get a sneak peek into what we're working on for the rest of the 2019. You'll be able to take this insight into the 19.Xpert workshop to plan the new ways you can use Code42 to protect your data.

Molly is a senior training manager at Code42. With more than 16 years of experience in industry-leading technical training programs she is committed to delivering an exceptional customer experience for our class attendees.

Prior to Code42 she spent 9 years between Compellent and Dell, Compellent was acquired by Dell in 2011, where she led the North America delivery team and was responsible for Dell Education Services enterprise global operational readiness. Outside of work at Code42 you’ll find Molly enjoying lake activities year round.

Andy Moravec, CISSP, is a security architect at Code42. He brings more than 20 years of network, cloud, virtualization and IT security experience to his position, including principal and technical leadership roles for security software vendors including VMware and Secure Computing. He holds multiple patents and has more in the application process. He earned a BS in computer science from the University of Minnesota Duluth and later a MS in software engineering from the University of Minnesota. When not in the office, he’s spending time with his family, volunteering in the community or coaching youth ice hockey.

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Security and Value in the Code42 Cloud

Thursday, May 2, 9:00 AM.

The Code42 cloud is a secure platform where we deliver our Next-Gen DLP offering and includes our latest features and security enhancements. Everything we do at Code42 is designed to maximize your data’s security, but you may not know all that we do. Attend this session about the technology and practices in place at Code42 that provide you the peace of mind to use the Code42 cloud. You'll walk away with:

• An overview of the Code42 cloud security approach and architecture
• Answers to common questions we hear
• Specific takeaways you can bring back to your organization to drive support to move to the Code42 cloud

Speakers: Andrew Moravec, Code42 and Mark Hubbard, Code42

Michelle Killian, CISSP, comes from the administrative side of security and has a deep passion for effective risk management, security governance and compliance. She began her career in sales and marketing, where she built a customer base strong in the financial, healthcare, insurance and education industries. As technology evolved and the focus on data security increased, Michelle found success in meeting ever-increasing security demands from clients—without compromising business—by developing information security programs that balanced security risk with business requirements.

Michelle’s 15+ years of experience as a business leader and master communicator have uniquely positioned her to drive security initiatives that align with business needs and cultivate buy-in from all areas of the organization. She has overseen the creation, maturity and management of many successful security teams, led organizations through various compliance audits in both the US and UK, and has great appreciation for the subtle beauty of a well-written policy.

Outside of work, Michelle is an enthusiastic runner, reader, and traveler. She loves pretending to cook and enjoys park hopping with her daughter throughout Minneapolis’ extensive park system.

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Risk-Based Security: From the “No” Team to Business Enablers

Wednesday, May 1, 10:30 AM.

When most organizations begin to build security programs, they grab a framework (NIST, ISO, CSC, etc.) and try to implement it to the letter of the law. Because, let’s face it. There is A LOT of ground to cover in security, and if someone provides “rules” for implementation—no matter how ridiculous they may seem—it’s one less thing to worry about.

But the reality of any security program is that there is no one-size-fits-all, and saying no for the wrong reasons (i.e. “because compliance”) is not the way to convince the organization to be more secure. In this session, we will talk about taking a risk-based approach to security and an easy methodology you can use to make smarter decisions.

What you will take away:

• How to better prioritize security controls for your environment
• A simple risk assessment framework you can use in your organization

Attend this session and earn 1 CPE for your CISSP or other security certification.

Paul Hirst is a senior technical account manager in the Code42 UK office, where he helps some of the largest companies in the world manage their Code42 environment. Paul has been with Code42 for more than 6 years and has assisted with the largest deployments and cloud migrations. He has also worked extensively with the API to develop solutions used by a number of customers.

Prior to working at Code42, Paul was the owner and principal of an architecture firm in northern Minnesota where he designed everything from modest homes to luxury lake properties, churches and large industrial buildings. When he’s not working, he’s spending time with his wife traveling in England and Europe.

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How to Get More Done with Less Effort: Automating Common Workflows

Wednesday, May 1, 3:00 PM.

Code42 can accelerate many common workflows, allowing you to get more done with less effort and time. This session will cover processes like device migration, device disaster recovery, finding a specific file and employee off-boarding. We'll also discuss how you can let security and legal do their own work instead of relying on IT. Best of all, you will have time to "ask the expert" about your unique environment in this session; Paul Hirst's vast experience with Code42 and customers is unparalleled.

Enhanced Device Restores: Admin-Driven Restores and Workflow

Thursday, May 2, 11:00 AM.

Cleaning up old devices and promoting good device hygiene is a continual maintenance requirement for administrators. Attend this session to discover more use cases for an admin-driven device restore and adoption process, and learn how you can move the replacement process away from end users in a defined and repeatable way. You will also get more ideas for using the restore APIs. You can expect to take away:

• The use case for admin-driven device replacement
• How to tackle the unique challenges you might encounter when creating this process, and the resulting product improvement
• Real world examples of this automated process

Speakers: Paul Hirst, Code42 and AJ LaVenture, Code42

AJ leads the Security Solutions Services technical team at Code42 with a focus on delivering customer success. AJ brings more than 12 years of consulting, implementation and customization expertise to enhance business productivity and processes. When not at Code42, you can find AJ traveling, hiking and enjoying the outdoors.

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Enhanced Device Restores: Admin-Driven Restores and Workflow

Thursday, May 2, 11:00 AM.

Cleaning up old devices and promoting good device hygiene is a continual maintenance requirement for administrators. Attend this session to discover more use cases for an admin-driven device restore and adoption process, and learn how you can move the replacement process away from end users in a defined and repeatable way. You will also get more ideas for using the restore APIs. You can expect to take away:

• The use case for admin-driven device replacement
• How to tackle the unique challenges you might encounter when creating this process, and the resulting product improvement
• Real world examples of this automated process

Speakers: Paul Hirst, Code42 and AJ LaVenture, Code42

Charlie Farmer is a senior solutions consultant with Code42’s Professional Services team, leveraging more than 12 years of IT experience supporting enterprise companies. With a unique focus on both end-user engagement and infrastructure integration, he works with some of Code42’s largest customers to create sustainable and supportable environments.

Prior to Code42, Charlie worked in Medtronic’s global operations center, supporting network operations and ensuring the reliability of life-impacting services. When he’s away from the office, he enjoys playing bluegrass music and playing his extensive collection of board games.

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Archived: zzz-Code42 User Lifecycle and Forensic Identification of Insider Threat

Tuesday, May 2, 8:00 AM.

This education session will focus on user lifecycle at a hypothetical organization. We will begin by discussing user on-boarding and designation of organization policies such as roles and permissions. Then, we will focus on Code42's user device refresh experience. The end of the user lifecycle will also be explored, including topics such as user off-boarding, Code42 cold storage and using Code42’s Security Center to identify potential insider threat. All instruction will be followed by hands-on application through an onsite virtual lab environment. Level: Beginner to intermediate

Automating Security Responses: Security Orchestration and Code42

Wednesday, May 1, 2:00 PM.

Time is of the essence when responding to security incidents. Code42's DLP solution protects data from loss, leak, theft and misuse, and when paired with Security Orchestration tools, organizations can easily automate repeatable security responses and actions. We will cover specific playbooks that can save time, including responding to suspicious data movement and forensic investigations. You will walk away understanding how to use SOAR tools with Code42 and hear about workflows that your peers have automated.

Speakers: Kyle Hatlestad, Code42 and Charlie Farmer, Code42

Kyle is a principal systems engineer at Code42 with expertise in deploying and managing security solutions for the Fortune 500. Kyle brings 20 years of technology experience in security, backup and recovery, content management and software implementation. When not in the office, you’ll find Kyle camping & hiking, traveling and spending time with his family.

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Automating Security Responses: Security Orchestration and Code42

Wednesday, May 1, 2:00 PM.

Time is of the essence when responding to security incidents. Code42's DLP solution protects data from loss, leak, theft and misuse, and when paired with Security Orchestration tools, organizations can easily automate repeatable security responses and actions. We will cover specific playbooks that can save time, including responding to suspicious data movement and forensic investigations. You will walk away understanding how to use SOAR tools with Code42 and hear about workflows that your peers have automated.

Speakers: Kyle Hatlestad, Code42 and Charlie Farmer, Code42

Visualizing Data: Code42 and SIEMs

Thursday, May 2, 10:00 AM.

In this session, Code42 Principal Systems Engineer Kyle Hatlestad will show you how to leverage your investment in your SIEM by integrating log and security data coming from Code42. He'll go over a brief introduction and overview of different SIEM solutions, different ways Code42 integrates with various SIEMS and what types of insights customers can get from their data. You will walk away understanding how to take action on the data Code42 can feed into SIEMs and what type of workflows can be incorporated into your organization.

Isaac is a perpetual student, security guru and sales professional. The field of cyber security has been his focus and passion for more than 20 years, working in numerous tech roles domestically and internationally. By applying NIST, ISO270001 and SANS top 20 critical security controls, he has helped numerous verticals and organizations reduce risk, increase efficiency and achieve compliance with data-centric regulations like PCI, HIPAA and GDPR with speed and agility.

Isaac has presented at many security events on security tools, security analysis, incident response and automation, and has also delivered highly technical security training for conferences, schools and corporate clients to excellent reviews.

Building on his experience, Isaac recently began focusing on cloud platforms such as Azure and AWS architecture and implementing security framework strategies that do not impact productivity and enhance the end user experience.

Isaac has a M.S. in technology management as well as CISSP, ITIL, Sec+ and MCITP certifications.

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Using Next-Gen DLP to Protect Data from Inside Threats

Wednesday, May 1, 10:30 AM.

Digital transformation is moving your most important data. From Google to USB drives, your organization's unstructured, sensitive data exists beyond servers. And, that proprietary data that gives your organization a competitive edge is often the most difficult data to protect.

Companies like semiconductor manufacturer Macom know that building unified visibility into where organizational data lives and moves is a key part of any security transformation. In this session, Macom’s IT System Engineer David Chiang and Code42 Senior Sales Engineer Isaac O'Connell will highlight how Macom has used Code42’s audit trails and integration with Splunk to secure and protect their critical data.

Alex Matheson is a Senior Trainer and Instructional Designer at Code42 with a focus on developing a robust and flexible on-demand curriculum. Alex brings more than 20 years of industry-leading technical training for both the classroom and online.  

Prior to Code42, Alex worked in training development and delivery for various high-tech companies including Imation, QLogic and IBM. When not in front of or behind the camera, Alex evaluates new technologies and methods for making training more meaningful, engaging and timely.

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Pre-Conference Training: Code42 Foundations

Tuesday, Apr 30, 9:00 AM.

Code42 Foundations begins with fundamental client and end-user information particularly applicable for help desk personnel and administrators new to Code42. Following an examination of the end-user experience, instruction will progress to an administration console review and an analysis of Code42’s global administration configurations, focusing on how to define default backup settings and configure organization settings such as offered destinations and security policies.

Workshop: Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection

Wednesday, May 1, 1:00 PM.

Today, you likely use Code42 Security Center to monitor file exfiltration and respond to security incidents, but this is just part of Code42 Next-Gen DLP. Attend this workshop to learn how Code42 is expanding its capabilities to protect your organization from data loss, leak, misuse and theft.

Attend this session to earn up to 4 CPE credits for your CISSP or other security certification.

Meara is a trainer and instructional designer at Code42 with a focus on agent readiness for the Customer Champion team. Previously, she served as both a front-line agent and a technical lead on the customer support team.

Meara began her career in customer service at Apple, Inc., starting in sales and shifting into employee development, training new employees to work in Apple stores in Minneapolis St. Paul, around the United States and around the world. Outside of work, you’ll find Meara exploring nature with her husband Daniel or relaxing at home with their two cats.

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Workshop: Migrate to a Cloud Deployment

Wednesday, May 1, 1:00 PM; Thursday, May 2, 9:00 AM.

This session is intended for Code42 customers who currently have an on-premises Code42 authority and are interested in upgrading to a Code42 cloud deployment.

In this session, the Code42 Education and Professional Services teams will cover all the considerations for migrating your Code42 Authority to the cloud including; benefits, necessary steps for readiness, and hands-on readiness testing in a sandbox lab environment. This session will also provide an opportunity for you to ask environment specific questions you may have prior to migration.

Run by the Code42 University Team!

Duane is a Senior Trainer and Instructional Designer at Code42 with more than 25 years of experience in training and developing certification programs across many industries—telecommunications, financial services, storage and storage networking—including technical certification programs for both QLogic and Imation. Duane is passionate about bringing practical learning to the technical classroom to maximize the learner experience.

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Pre-Conference Training: Code42 Certified Administrator Prep and Exam

Tuesday, Apr 30, 9:00 AM.

Attain your Code42 Administrator certification by taking an in-person, proctored exam as part of pre-conference training. Upon successful completion of the two-part exam you will earn a certificate of completion and a badge for your Code42 Community avatar. While there are no exam prerequisites, experience with Code42 administration or completion of a prior Code42 training course is recommended prior to attempting the exam. Code42 University also offers on-demand, classroom and virtual instructor-led courses to further help you prepare. For more information on ongoing course offerings, check out university.code42.com.

Workshop: ’19.Xpert – What’s New in the Past Year

Wednesday, May 1, 1:00 PM; Thursday, May 2, 9:00 AM.

Get up to speed on the latest Code42 product releases! In this session, we will discuss and utilize new features introduced since Evolution18. Topics will include Forensic File Search enhancements, endpoint app updates and user interface upgrades. This workshop is recommended for those who have previously completed a Code42 training course or who have a high level of experience with Code42.

Riley is lead systems trainer at Code42 where he currently enjoys educating customers through engaging, hands-on coursework. Previously, Riley also served in both customer support and education roles. Prior to Code42, Riley began his career at St. Olaf College where he solved complex issues as an assistant Macintosh systems administrator. In his spare time he enjoys relaxing at the lake in northern Wisconsin with his wife Hannah and their pug Mimi.

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Archived: Advanced Code42 API Workshop

Tuesday, Apr 30, 8:00 AM.

New for Evolution19! We took our previous API session and turbocharged it to meet customer requests. Buckle up, we’re gonna get technical! In this session, the Code42 training team and Professional Services engineers work hands-on with attendees to use the Code42 API to solve common requests. This session will be problem-set focused with an emphasis on leveraging the Code42 API for scripting and automation of repetitive tasks.

Knowledge of the various UNIX/ Linux or Windows command line environments is necessary as well as a working knowledge of Microsoft PowerShell, Python or Unix BASH scripting, and fundamental concepts of APIs such as REST Methods and authentication.

Workshop: Code42 Integrations – How Code42 Fits Into Your Tech Stack

Wednesday, May 1, 1:00 PM.

No product is an island, and Code42 is built to embrace and enhance existing technologies in your environment. In this session we will introduce and provide hands-on experience with the tools Code42 integrates with, including identity management solutions, SIEM solutions, and Security Orchestration tools.

Workshop: Code42 Next-Gen Data Loss Protection

Thursday, May 2, 9:00 AM.

Today, you likely use Code42 Security Center to monitor file exfiltration and respond to security incidents, but this is just part of Code42 Next-Gen DLP. Attend this workshop to learn how Code42 is expanding its capabilities to protect your organization from data loss, leak, misuse and theft.

Attend this session and earn up to 4 CPE credits for security certifications.