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As the star of the CBS TV series, “Hunted,” Theresa Payton identifies emerging trends and techniques to help combat cyber threats, from the impact of the Internet of Things to securing Big Data.

The first woman to serve as White House chief information officer, and named #4 on IFSEC
Global’s list of the world’s Top 50 cybersecurity influencers in security and fire 2017, Theresa is
one of America’s most respected authorities on Internet security, data breaches, and fraud
mitigation. With real-world strategies and solutions, she helps public and private sector
organizations protect their most valuable resources.

Drawing from her experience as a veteran cybercrime fighter and entrepreneur of her
successful and rapidly-growing cybersecurity firm, Fortalice, Theresa masterfully blends
memorable anecdotes with cutting-edge insights to heighten awareness of the perils of our
uber-connected world. As she delves into the cyber-underworld and the new kinds of threats
that can lead to tomorrow’s breaches and insider risks, she offers a proven blueprint for
audiences to stay a step ahead with practical steps for thinking like the adversary, while
managing cybersecurity risk.

Theresa’s distinct approachability, combined with her visionary perspective and easy-to-
implement strategies, effectively prepare audiences for success in the ongoing battle against
cybercrime.

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Closing Session

Wednesday, Apr 11, 12:45 PM. Join us as we wrap up Evolution18 with our guest keynote speaker, Theresa Payton, and a grand send-off from Joe Payne. You won't want to miss the announcement of Evolution19!

Stephanie serves Security & Risk Professionals. She leads a team of analysts who provide research and advisory services on topics like IT security frameworks; governance, risk, and compliance (GRC); identity and access management (IAM); application security; data security; and IT infrastructure security. She also provides Forrester’s coverage of specific risk topics including business continuity, IT continuity/disaster recovery, and backup and recovery.

Stephanie has more than 12 years of experience in BC/DR, backup and recovery, and information storage industries. Prior to joining the Security & Risk team, Stephanie was a principal analyst on Forrester’s Infrastructure & Operations team, where she was instrumental in the development of Forrester’s research and offerings in continuity, availability, and information storage and protection.

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The Threat Landscape is Changing: A Forrester Analysis

Tuesday, Apr 10, 11:30 AM. In 2017, Forrester's Stephanie Balaouras, vice president and research director serving security and risk professionals, and team gathered extensive data on cybersecurity beaches and breach vectors. Now they've analyzed that data to give you insight on the most common breaches and the most pernicious threats that 2018 will bring. Attend this session to understand what you should be preparing for right now, and how the wide landscape of security solutions can fit into your security processes.

Eric is a seasoned information technology leader with more than 15 years of information security experience. He believes that good compliance does not mean good security, nor does good security mean good risk management. With experience in healthcare cross-disciplinary compliance and privacy, software development, information security program management, cybersecurity managed services, federal government IT cloud deployments, global transition operations and 20 years in the military, Eric is capable of translating low-level security details into executive-level business decisions.

Eric is currently the CISO at Burns & McDonnell, where he is responsible for the development of information security strategy, programs, policies and procedures. He is accountable for management of enterprise account access control, application and system security patching, software packaging and distribution, information security incident response, IT business continuity/disaster recovery program and operational control of all existing and future information security technologies and products

Prior to his tenure at Burns & McDonnell, Eric held a variety of roles such as Director of Information Security & CISO at the University of Kansas Medical Center, as well as Senior Information Security Program Manager at Smartronix.

Eric has a wealth of professional accomplishments including the following certifications; Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Defense Acquisition (DAWIA) Program Management Level III, Foundation Exam – CIPP, Marine Corps and Navy Fully Qualified Validator and Project Management Professional (PMP).

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Visibility Is the Missing Link in Your Data Investigation Process

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM. File-level visibility can speed investigations and mitigate the risk of lost or stolen data. In this session, Code42 expert Kyle Hatlestad and Burns & McDonnell CISO Eric Walters discuss the ways that Code42 can fit into already established business processes to help you find threats to your IP and data integrity faster. From departing employees who risk data confidentiality to understanding exposure from lost or stolen devices, this session will cover the ways Code42 can support your organization in these efforts.

Formerly a federal government employee focused on national security matters, Tom has served multiple overseas tours driven by priority objectives including information operations, counterterrorism, and counterproliferation. Building on 12 years in the US government and intelligence community, Tom has found success translating his experience and ardor for protecting society into a valuable service for the private sector. As President of GRA Quantum, he balances the cultivation of relationships with corporate information and technology officers with leading a team of accomplished professionals with a similar conviction—to protect and serve GRA Quantum partners and affiliates.

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Futurist Discussion with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. 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!

Spies, Coups and Trojan Horses: How a Security Leader is Reimagining Digital Forensics

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Breaches happen! This session will explore some of the ways companies react to these situations and use forensic technologies to support investigating what happened. Attend this session to get an in-depth look a some fascinating case studies delivered by President and Security Expert at GRA Quantum, Thomas Boyden.

As Chief Information Security Officer at Ping Identity, Robb is responsible for ensuring the integrity of all products Ping creates, the confidentiality of sensitive data and the availability of critical services. Robb serves on the CISO Advisory Council for ISSA International, and previously served as president for the Denver chapter of ISSA.

Previous to his role at Ping, Robb served as vice president and CISO for Pulte Financial Services. Before Pulte, Robb served as information security officer and director of risk management for Harland Financial Solutions.

Robb holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Fox University and an MBA from Colorado State University.

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The Latest Advances in Security: A Panel with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM. In the world of security there is one thing that is constant: things are always changing. In this session, we will dig into the hot security topics of the moment. Join us as we discuss GDPR, threat intel, forensics, security orchestration, cloud and insider threat with a panel of security leaders.

Mark is vice president and chief information security officer for Entrust Datacard, which provides identity and secure transaction technologies in 150 countries. He has more than 15 years of experience in information security, including leadership roles at Optum Technology, Allina Hospitals and Clinics, KPMG and the United States Air Force, where he helped create the first European Command Network Warfare Center. Mark also shares his expertise with Code42 as a member of our Security Advisory Board.

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Futurist Discussion with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. 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!

Chris is the Head of Global eDiscovery, Digital Forensics, and Incident Response Technology for Juniper Networks based out of Silicon Valley. As a leading innovator in the eDiscovery technology space, he is well known for developing custom defensible solutions to execute on large scale discovery requests and federal investigations for Fortune 100 companies. As a Forensic Expert, Chris has assisted Federal and Local Government, as well as many private law firms with their cases. His consulting and expert witness testimony has led to convictions and settlements in numerous cases involving disputes over digital evidence and electronic data. He has recently completed the development of an entirely cloud based eDiscovery and forensic environment which spans the entire EDRM, can process over 1,000,000 emails a minute, and is in compliance with all international data privacy laws.

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The Latest Advances in Security: A Panel with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM. In the world of security there is one thing that is constant: things are always changing. In this session, we will dig into the hot security topics of the moment. Join us as we discuss GDPR, threat intel, forensics, security orchestration, cloud and insider threat with a panel of security leaders.

Using Endpoint Data Preservation Policies in Legal Disputes

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. In this session, Code42 Principal Systems Engineer Charles Weatherhead will discuss why preserve-in-place legal holds are more proactive than traditional methods, and demonstrate how files are handled throughout the collection and preservation process. He'll also interview Chris Sitter, head of global eDiscovery, digital forensics, and incident response technology for Juniper Networks, on legal hold defensibility, the ROI of using a tool like Code42 and steps for implementing technology as part of your data preservation processes. You'll walk away with a practical overview of how corporations can use technology to preserve data and the questions that you need to ask of your organization.

Johan is a versatile, senior-level IT management professional with more than 20 years of experience leading IT organizations and influencing the underlying technologies that drive them. Currently, Johan is the head of IT at Lyft, where he leverages his expertise in backup and storage solutions, security, data centers, virtualization, and enterprise network design, to help support Lyft’s growth. Prior to his tenure at Lyft, Johan was an IT manager at Twitter for nearly three years. In his spare time, Johan volunteers as an Aikido instructor at Heart of San Francisco Aikido.

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OneDrive and Google Drive Aren’t Backup: Here’s Why

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. When there is confusion over IT functionality from line of business leaders, and IT leadership who are looking to cut costs, it can be hard to make a business case for a new technology solution. Attend this session to hear from a Code42 customer that tested Code42 against Google Drive in a proof of concept (POC). They'll cover how they influenced management and won approval to purchase Code42, and we'll give you the latest research on end-user adoption of cloud collaboration tools such as OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and Box.

Russ Ward is the Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has been engaged in the security community for the last 15 years, including academic, government, corporate and legal domains. He focuses on a holistic security approach including architecture, design, implementation, documentation, project review, incident handling/response, forensics, code analysis, web applications testing, auditing and training. Throughout his career Russ has trained college students, law enforcement and DoD personnel while conducting security operations and research, including many DoD, SCADA, ICS, Fortune 100 corporate and High Performance Computing (HPC) networks.

Russ is currently 1 of 197 people that hold GIAC’s most prestigious certifications, GIAC Security Expert (GSE). In addition, he also holds: GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC), GIAC Certified UNIX Security Administrator (GCUX), GIAC Certified Windows Security Administrator (GCWN), GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH), GIAC Certified Intrusion Analyst (GCIA), GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA), GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN), Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional (GICSP), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), CORE Impact Certified Professional (CICP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), and Certified EC-Council Instructor (CEI).

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The Latest Advances in Security: A Panel with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM. In the world of security there is one thing that is constant: things are always changing. In this session, we will dig into the hot security topics of the moment. Join us as we discuss GDPR, threat intel, forensics, security orchestration, cloud and insider threat with a panel of security leaders.

Andrew is the manager of the BAYADA Home Health Care Desktop Equipment Services Office, which is responsible for the procurement, configuration, maintenance, and support of more than 5000 endpoint devices in 29 US states as well as the BAYADA simulation labs. Andrew’s team also works closely with other key operations offices in the development and enforcement of policy and procedures.

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Files Held for Ransom? Natural Disaster? 5 Best Practices for Data Recovery

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Let's face it, we back up data so that we can recover it in real time. It's basic IT hygiene that never goes away. In this session, you'll learn more about our best practices for keeping your environment tuned for optimal restores, especially in the face of catastrophic events like ransomware. You'll also hear from security expert Michelle Killian and Code42 customer BAYADA Home Health Care about the way that IT and Security teams can work together to detect and respond to infections like rasomware quickly.

Adam is the technical lead for simulation training at BAYADA Home Health Care. He manages the technical operation of more than 40 training labs around the United States. Prior to this role, Adam worked on the help desk providing application support for BAYADA’s internal recruiting and medical records systems.

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Files Held for Ransom? Natural Disaster? 5 Best Practices for Data Recovery

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Let's face it, we back up data so that we can recover it in real time. It's basic IT hygiene that never goes away. In this session, you'll learn more about our best practices for keeping your environment tuned for optimal restores, especially in the face of catastrophic events like ransomware. You'll also hear from security expert Michelle Killian and Code42 customer BAYADA Home Health Care about the way that IT and Security teams can work together to detect and respond to infections like rasomware quickly.

At the SANS Institute, Ben Allen works as a member of the Information Security team to protect the world’s most trusted source of computer security training, certification and research. He applies knowledge gained through more than a decade of information security experience to problem domains ranging from packet analysis to policy development. Ben has contributed to security best practices for DevOps and operationalized DevOps techniques for security teams leading to improvements in release time and stability.

Prior to joining the Information Security team at SANS, Ben worked in both the operations and development teams at SANS, as a security engineer and architect at the University of Minnesota, and long ago as a systems administrator for the LCSE. Ben holds numerous SANS certifications and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering.

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The Latest Advances in Security: A Panel with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM. In the world of security there is one thing that is constant: things are always changing. In this session, we will dig into the hot security topics of the moment. Join us as we discuss GDPR, threat intel, forensics, security orchestration, cloud and insider threat with a panel of security leaders.

Chad Tracy is a network administrator at MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions, the largest mechanical service contractor in the US. He works in conjunction with the CIO to support and manage business-driven technology solutions. Chad has spent more than a decade working in IT and knows what truly drives businesses and their data. Chad’s primary responsibilities at MacMiller include maintaining all aspects of its computer network, from cloud infrastructure to data resiliency and business continuity.

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Code42 Device Migrations: Best Practices to Minimize Downtime

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Device migrations can drain IT time and put data at risk. In this session, Code42 customer MacDonald-Miller and Code42 experts on implementation and product use will discuss the challenges of current device refresh strategies and how Code42 can make your process more efficient, secure and reliable. Specifically, they will highlight how self-service migrations and data restores can help you minimize business user downtime. You'll walk away with an understanding of how to empower your users to migrate their own data, and MacDonald-Miller will also give you a few tips on how to shift user expectations and get them to embrace self-service IT programs.

Eddie is a results-driven IT professional with a background in enterprise sales and a passion for managing, mentoring, and developing employees to build a cohesive and effective team.

Eddie is an IT service desk technician at MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions, one of the most innovative mechanical contractors in the Pacific Northwest. In this role, Eddie’s primary responsibilities include maintaining, updating, troubleshooting and providing end-user support for MacDonald-Miller employees, assets, and remote locations. In addition, he oversees the companies System Center Configuration Management system, which encompasses the deployment and management of software such as Code42, Microsoft Office 365, Google Chrome and the Autodesk suite.

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Code42 Device Migrations: Best Practices to Minimize Downtime

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Device migrations can drain IT time and put data at risk. In this session, Code42 customer MacDonald-Miller and Code42 experts on implementation and product use will discuss the challenges of current device refresh strategies and how Code42 can make your process more efficient, secure and reliable. Specifically, they will highlight how self-service migrations and data restores can help you minimize business user downtime. You'll walk away with an understanding of how to empower your users to migrate their own data, and MacDonald-Miller will also give you a few tips on how to shift user expectations and get them to embrace self-service IT programs.

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) as well as private companies TrackMaven and Workfront. Joe also serves on the not-for-profit board, First Focus Campaign for Children.

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 Blue Devils or the hapless Washington Redskins. Joe is married with four children.

Speaker Sessions

Opening Session

Tuesday, Apr 10, 8:45 AM. Attend the opening session of Evolution18 to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne and other leaders speak about the evolution of data security, product innovations, and what's ahead for Code42.

Evolutionaries Award Ceremony and Networking Reception

Tuesday, Apr 10, 4:30 PM. The Code42 Evolutionaries recognize the achievements of Code42 customers—celebrating the unique deployments, successful adopters, best-practice makers and innovative users of Code42.

Rick brings to Code42 more than 20 years of deep information security experience. Prior to joining Code42, Rick was vice president and chief information security officer at eBay, led and built a variety of global security programs at Apple (AAPL), and directed global security at Lam Research (LRCX). Rick is currently an active member of several advisory boards focused on new and emerging security technology companies.

Throughout his career, Rick has driven meaningful and actionable results across a range of security areas, including global threat management, cyber intelligence, geospatial correlation of data and security operations centers.

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Futurist Discussion with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. 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!

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.

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Opening Session

Tuesday, Apr 10, 8:45 AM. Attend the opening session of Evolution18 to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne and other leaders speak about the evolution of data security, product innovations, and what's ahead for Code42.

Evolutionaries Award Ceremony and Networking Reception

Tuesday, Apr 10, 4:30 PM. The Code42 Evolutionaries recognize the achievements of Code42 customers—celebrating the unique deployments, successful adopters, best-practice makers and innovative users of Code42.

As senior vice president of product development, Rob leads Code42’s 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. Before 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.

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Opening Session

Tuesday, Apr 10, 8:45 AM. Attend the opening session of Evolution18 to hear Code42 CEO Joe Payne and other leaders speak about the evolution of data security, product innovations, and what's ahead for Code42.

Build Your Organization and Your Personal Brand by Leveraging Digital Transformation

Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. It's been a week of learning about IT and security trends, understanding the way your peers are using Code42, and networking. But what are you going to bring back to your organization? And how is this conference going to make a difference in the way you help to drive business growth? Code42's Senior Vice President of Research and Development Rob Juncker has been growing businesses (instead of just keeping the lights on) for 20 years, and he has coached and managed hundreds of technical employees. In this session, Rob will summarize how you can take what you've learned about digital transformation during this conference and bring that thought leadership back to your organization while building your personal brand.

Vice President of Product Management Vijay Ramanathan leads Code42’s Product Management and Design teams to help create innovative and compelling products and solutions for customers. Vijay brings more than 19 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.

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The Latest of Code42: A Crash Course on What’s New and What’s Next

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM; Tuesday, Apr 10, 11:30 AM. Learn about the newest capabilities added in the latest version of Code42 and get a sneak peek into what we're working on for the rest of the year. Leave prepared to take advantage of these new capabilities.

As senior director of portfolio marketing at Code42, Mark, commonly referred to as Woj, leads our market research, competitive intel, and product marketing teams. Woj joined Code42 in 2016 bringing more than 20 years of B2B storage, cloud, and data security experience with him. When not immersed in the market, he enjoys spending time with his wife, two girls and his lab Lucy, playing golf and cheering on the University of Arizona Wildcats and his beloved Chicago Cubs, Bears, Bulls and Blackhawks.

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2018 Workforce Behavior Study: A Look Into Data Storage Habits

Tuesday, Apr 10, 11:30 AM; Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. Digital transformation efforts won’t be successful unless IT accounts for the human element: workforce behavior. What’s the relationship between endpoint devices and employee work habits? We dug into the data to find out. In a new research study, Code42 examined data storage behavior across more than 1,200 laptops to learn how users get their work done--what files they create, where they store them, and how they share and interact with their data.

Attend this session to learn:

• The results of the research study on user behavior
• The user workstyles we found consistent across all organizations
• The types of files users put most at risk of loss, theft or breach

Fahad Aziz Ansari, CISSP, is director of systems engineering at Code42 on the Customer Success team. Fahad has been with Code42 for more than 5 years and has been instrumental in providing user-driven, secure solutions for his customers. In his current role, Fahad is responsible for overseeing a team of system engineers that work closely with Code42 customers to understand and maximize their investment in Code42 technology. Fahad’s team is also instrumental in driving Code42’s next-generation security platform’s vision and features, as well as its adoption.

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Visibility Matters: Be the First to Explore a Security Game Changer

Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. Be the first to get an exclusive look at the newest Code42 feature to be announced at Evolution18!

Jadee Hanson, CISSP, CISA, is a security professional with more than 13 years of experience. Jadee’s passion for security was born out of a computer science internship and developed into a profession with her first role at Deloitte. After 5 years and a lot of travel, Jadee’s consulting experience led her to Target Corp. where she spent 8 years on its security team, building many of the security programs and functions that exist today. Currently, Jadee is the Director of Security at Code42. In addition to her day job, Jadee is also the founder and CEO of a nonprofit, Building Without Borders.

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The Latest Advances in Security: A Panel with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM. In the world of security there is one thing that is constant: things are always changing. In this session, we will dig into the hot security topics of the moment. Join us as we discuss GDPR, threat intel, forensics, security orchestration, cloud and insider threat with a panel of security leaders.

Why and How to Build an Insider Threat Program

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM. Jadee Hanson is a security professional who has specialized in securing enterprise data from insider threat. In this session, Jadee will provide a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s really like to run an insider threat program—a program in which you take steps to prevent employees from leaking, exfiltrating and exposing your organization’s information.

Futurist Discussion with Security Leaders

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. 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!

NIST 800-171, DFARS, FISMA and More: How Can Code42 Help?

Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. New federal grant requirements coming in 2018 will require data retention for 7 years. And beyond just retention, visibility is essential. How can you tell if your CUI research data is leaving the university? Join Code42 EDU experts to discuss these regulations. You'll learn to build FOIA request responses into your data management strategy and how to use Code42 tools to investigate compliance issues. Leave with a better understanding of how Code42 supports compliance strategies at Higher Ed institutions.

Matthias Wollnik brings more than 15 years of storage and security experience to Code42’s product team. Before joining Code42, Matthias worked in a product role at CrowdStrike, a leading cybersecurity company. Prior, he drove a variety of security and storage technologies at Microsoft in its Windows and Windows Server divisions. Matthias has a passion for technology and building products to make the lives of customers better.

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Visibility Matters: Be the First to Explore a Security Game Changer

Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. Be the first to get an exclusive look at the newest Code42 feature to be announced at Evolution18!

Todd Thorsen, CISSP, CISM and CIPP/US, is a security professional with more than 10 years experience in security, compliance and risk management. Todd’s passion for security developed at Target where he led the enterprise third-party security team. In this role, Todd was responsible for third-party security, privacy and compliance across all retail, banking and healthcare operations. Currently, Todd is the manager of security, risk management and compliance at Code42.

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Building an Effective Third-Party Security Program

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM. With the ever-increasing reliance on third parties to scale our businesses, provide expertise, and drive efficiencies, having an effective risk-based third-party security practice has never been more important. In this session you’ll learn effective ways to manage third-party security risk and hear real-world stories from Code42's Manager of Security Risk and Compliance Todd Thorsen.

Michelle Killian, CISSP, comes from the administrative side of security and has a deep passion for effective security governance and risk management. 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 led multiple 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 for her husband and two lovely girls and enjoys park hopping with her family throughout Minneapolis’s extensive park system.

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Files Held for Ransom? Natural Disaster? 5 Best Practices for Data Recovery

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Let's face it, we back up data so that we can recover it in real time. It's basic IT hygiene that never goes away. In this session, you'll learn more about our best practices for keeping your environment tuned for optimal restores, especially in the face of catastrophic events like ransomware. You'll also hear from security expert Michelle Killian and Code42 customer BAYADA Home Health Care about the way that IT and Security teams can work together to detect and respond to infections like rasomware quickly.

Josh Evans is a product manager at Code42. He is passionate about business-to-business, cloud-based enterprise applications and how they can be leveraged to solve business problems. He has more than 10 years experience building, supporting and delivering technology solutions to help organizations, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Prior to Code42, Josh worked in direct marketing and health insurance.

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Data Privacy in a Globalized World: How Are You Planning for Compliance?

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM. IT departments are faced with supporting many compliance regimes and data privacy laws. This session will focus on GDPR and what to expect when your risk and compliance team asks you to support their efforts. Understand the business needs and be prepared with best practices to support and demonstrate compliance. From this session, you can expect to learn:

• How GPDR may affect you
• Best practices for supporting GDPR compliance
• Best practices for demonstrating GDPR compliance

Nick Olmsted is a principal systems engineer with Code42 who brings 16 years of experience architecting, implementing, and developing technology solutions for enterprises. Nick started with the Professional Services team implementing solutions at some of Code42’s largest clients. He then moved into a systems engineer role to help new and existing customers learn how Code42 can help unlock the value of their data.

Prior to Code42, Nick was a solutions architect for Oracle applications in Fortune 500 companies througout the globe. When not helping customers, Nick likes to watch movies, play soccer and enjoy walks with his two Australian shepherds.

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OneDrive and Google Drive Aren’t Backup: Here’s Why

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. When there is confusion over IT functionality from line of business leaders, and IT leadership who are looking to cut costs, it can be hard to make a business case for a new technology solution. Attend this session to hear from a Code42 customer that tested Code42 against Google Drive in a proof of concept (POC). They'll cover how they influenced management and won approval to purchase Code42, and we'll give you the latest research on end-user adoption of cloud collaboration tools such as OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and Box.

David is a principal systems engineer on the Code42 Customer Success team. He has 14 years of industry experience architecting and deploying enterprise solutions. Before his current role, David was part of the Professional Services team at Code42, where he helped lead Code42 customer deployments. Prior to Code42, David was a principal consultant at Oracle where he architected and deployed web content management solutions.

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Tips and Tricks for New Code42 Customers

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. If you've become a Code42 customer in the last year or so, don't miss this session. Our systems engineering and customer champion teams will share their top system tricks and even some #lifehacks we love for troubleshooting the most common problems customers experience. From custom installers to file excludes and environment security, you're sure to walk away with actionable insights.

Kyle is a principal systems engineer on the Customer Success team at Code42, with expertise in selecting and deploying global backup and security solutions for the Fortune 500. Kyle brings 20 years of technology experience in backup and recovery, content management and software implementation.

Prior to Code42, he was was a member of the Oracle Fusion Middleware A-Team where he worked with customers to architect and implement Oracle WebCenter Portal and Content solutions. When not in the office, you’ll find Kyle camping, traveling and spending time with his family.

Speaker Sessions

Visibility Is the Missing Link in Your Data Investigation Process

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM. File-level visibility can speed investigations and mitigate the risk of lost or stolen data. In this session, Code42 expert Kyle Hatlestad and Burns & McDonnell CISO Eric Walters discuss the ways that Code42 can fit into already established business processes to help you find threats to your IP and data integrity faster. From departing employees who risk data confidentiality to understanding exposure from lost or stolen devices, this session will cover the ways Code42 can support your organization in these efforts.

Code42 Device Migrations: Best Practices to Minimize Downtime

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Device migrations can drain IT time and put data at risk. In this session, Code42 customer MacDonald-Miller and Code42 experts on implementation and product use will discuss the challenges of current device refresh strategies and how Code42 can make your process more efficient, secure and reliable. Specifically, they will highlight how self-service migrations and data restores can help you minimize business user downtime. You'll walk away with an understanding of how to empower your users to migrate their own data, and MacDonald-Miller will also give you a few tips on how to shift user expectations and get them to embrace self-service IT programs.

Charles Weatherhead, CISSP, is a principal systems engineer on the Code42 Customer Success team. With more than 13 years of experience in application development, enterprise content management consulting, and endpoint data security, Charles is passionate about providing customers with solutions that meet their needs and solve real-world problems.

Prior to Code42, Charles worked for IBM as a Java programmer and for Oracle as a principal consultant for enterprise content management solutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematical computer science and two Java certifications.

Speaker Sessions

Using Endpoint Data Preservation Policies in Legal Disputes

Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. In this session, Code42 Principal Systems Engineer Charles Weatherhead will discuss why preserve-in-place legal holds are more proactive than traditional methods, and demonstrate how files are handled throughout the collection and preservation process. He'll also interview Chris Sitter, head of global eDiscovery, digital forensics, and incident response technology for Juniper Networks, on legal hold defensibility, the ROI of using a tool like Code42 and steps for implementing technology as part of your data preservation processes. You'll walk away with a practical overview of how corporations can use technology to preserve data and the questions that you need to ask of your organization.

Traci is the senior manager of education sales at Code42. She has nearly 15 years account management experience, with emphasis in the field of education. Traci is an academic at heart. She appreciates research and truly understands its foundation in higher education. Her advanced understanding of academics fuels her devotion for helping schools protect their data, research and achievements. In her current role, Traci manages the account team dedicated to Code42’s education vertical. She’s an amusing personality who enjoys dancing (both in and out of the office), laughing at bad jokes and drinking strong coffee.

Speaker Sessions

Why Should I Care? Getting Users on Board in an Opt-In Model

Tuesday, Apr 10, 10:30 AM. Whether you're a university, research lab, or enterprise, if Code42 is optional for your user base, join this session to hear Code42 experts discuss best practices for user adoption. Learn the tools that are most effective in encouraging your users to opt in to using Code42 to protect their data. This session includes best practices for chargeback models, objection handling and user adoption tools that Code42 has available for you today.

NIST 800-171, DFARS, FISMA and More: How Can Code42 Help?

Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. New federal grant requirements coming in 2018 will require data retention for 7 years. And beyond just retention, visibility is essential. How can you tell if your CUI research data is leaving the university? Join Code42 EDU experts to discuss these regulations. You'll learn to build FOIA request responses into your data management strategy and how to use Code42 tools to investigate compliance issues. Leave with a better understanding of how Code42 supports compliance strategies at Higher Ed institutions.

Mike is a Systems Engineer on Code42’s Customer Success team where he applies his product expertise to help customers achieve optimal value from their Code42 purchase. Mike has more than 12 years of experience with various technology companies, including one of the largest data recovery companies in the world.
Outside of work, Mike enjoys playing PC games with friends, meeting new people and relaxing at home.

Speaker Sessions

Files Held for Ransom? Natural Disaster? 5 Best Practices for Data Recovery

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Let's face it, we back up data so that we can recover it in real time. It's basic IT hygiene that never goes away. In this session, you'll learn more about our best practices for keeping your environment tuned for optimal restores, especially in the face of catastrophic events like ransomware. You'll also hear from security expert Michelle Killian and Code42 customer BAYADA Home Health Care about the way that IT and Security teams can work together to detect and respond to infections like rasomware quickly.

AJ LaVenture leads the technical engineering team in Code42’s Professional Services organization with a focus on delivering success to the customer. AJ brings more than 11 years of consulting, implementation and customization expertise.

Prior to Code42, AJ specialized in consulting and developing solutions with Oracle’s Middleware stack. When not at Code42, you can find AJ traveling, hiking and enjoying the outdoors.

Speaker Sessions

Using the Code42 API to Manage Your Environment

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM; Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. If you haven't used the Code42 API, you're limiting the possibilities of your deployment. From cleaning up old devices to moving data to other tools, this session will cover a handful of the most useful applications of the Code42 API. Previous knowledge of the Code42 API or some scripting will be helpful as this session will dive right into use cases.

Security Workshop 101

Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. Ever wonder where to start the endpoint security journey or how Code42's security tools could be useful to your IT and security teams? Code42's professional services team has created a personalized workshop to answer those questions. In this session, they'll share some of the essential starting points and their tips for combating the most common scenarios they have seen. You'll leave with an understanding of how to leverage data to identify usage patterns that point to security threats.

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.

Speaker Sessions

TechXperts Lab

Tuesday, Apr 10, 8:00 AM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 8:00 AM. Spend time in our lab to get your technical questions answered directly from Code42 experts and to play with the latest version and features of Code42.

Code42 Certified Administrator Exam

Monday, Apr 9, 1:00 PM. New for Evolution18! Attain your Code42 Administrator certification by taking an in-person, proctored exam as part of pre-conference education. 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 Code42 pre-conference education sessions are 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.
Level: Advanced

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.

Speaker Sessions

Code42 Foundations

Sunday, Apr 8, 2:00 PM. 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.
Level: Beginner

Code42 API Workshop

Monday, Apr 9, 8:00 AM; Monday, Apr 9, 1:00 PM. Walk through the Code42 API and get script recipes and hands-on guidance for use cases such as custom reports, integration with external monitoring systems, and automated restores. Basic knowledge of the various UNIX/ Linux shell environments (e.g. BIN/ BASH/BOURNE) is recommended.
Level: Advanced

How Code42’s Backup, Restore, Threat Alerting and Security Processes Work

Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. If you've ever wanted to dig into the tech and understand how Code42 actually works, you won't want to miss this session. We'll cover the lifecycle of a file from backups and restores, to preserving files for legal holds and investigating a security incident; including de-duplication, encryption, backup settings, versioning, cold storage, forensic search, legal matters, and more.

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.

Speaker Sessions

Security Workshop 101

Wednesday, Apr 11, 9:00 AM. Ever wonder where to start the endpoint security journey or how Code42's security tools could be useful to your IT and security teams? Code42's professional services team has created a personalized workshop to answer those questions. In this session, they'll share some of the essential starting points and their tips for combating the most common scenarios they have seen. You'll leave with an understanding of how to leverage data to identify usage patterns that point to security threats.

Code42 Device Migrations: Best Practices to Minimize Downtime

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Device migrations can drain IT time and put data at risk. In this session, Code42 customer MacDonald-Miller and Code42 experts on implementation and product use will discuss the challenges of current device refresh strategies and how Code42 can make your process more efficient, secure and reliable. Specifically, they will highlight how self-service migrations and data restores can help you minimize business user downtime. You'll walk away with an understanding of how to empower your users to migrate their own data, and MacDonald-Miller will also give you a few tips on how to shift user expectations and get them to embrace self-service IT programs.

Andy is a systems engineer on Code42’s Customer Success team where he specializes in automating and integrating Code42 platform data into existing processes, helping customers drive value and save time. Andy has been working in IT for nearly a decade, driven by the philosophy that technology, well implemented, will set us free.

Speaker Sessions

Code42 and Your SIEM: Find the Value in Your Data

Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. Take your investigation and analysis to the next level with Code42 and your SIEM! Join this session as we discuss why and how our customers are leveraging Code42 as a data-source for their SIEM tools. We'll cover our certified Code42 App for Splunk and how to leverage that data for alerts, reports, visualizations and investigations, as well as take a look under the hood at the Code42 REST API, so you can start bringing Code42 information into tools you use today.

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.

Speaker Sessions

Code42 Foundations

Sunday, Apr 8, 2:00 PM. 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.
Level: Beginner

’18.Xpert: What’s New Since Code42 6.0

Monday, Apr 9, 8:00 AM; Monday, Apr 9, 1:00 PM. Get up to speed on the latest Code42 product releases! In this session we will discuss and utilize new features introduced since version 6.0. Topics will include Security Center enhancements; agent updates, deployment and customization; and user interface upgrades. This course is recommended for those who have previously completed a Code42 education course or who have a high level of experience with Code42.
Level: Intermediate

Deploying Code42 with STYLE

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Ever had questions about deploying, branding, and version upgrades? The process has been significantly upgraded with Code42 version 6.5, so sending out a new client to users is better than ever. This session will focus on deployment, but touch on upgrades as well. Attend this session to understand how to use the functionality, especially in conjunction with SCCM and jamf.

Aimee is a product marketing manager at Code42, where she focuses on the Code42 Platform and its business continuity and information governance solutions. She works to synthesize market and buyer insights in order to inform product launch strategy and develop technical product content for Code42 prospects and customers. Prior to Code42, Aimee worked in marketing at Compellent Technologies and Dell. Outside of work, Aimee spends her free time with her Aussie husband and hound mix dog.

Speaker Sessions

2018 Workforce Behavior Study: A Look Into Data Storage Habits

Tuesday, Apr 10, 11:30 AM; Tuesday, Apr 10, 3:30 PM. Digital transformation efforts won’t be successful unless IT accounts for the human element: workforce behavior. What’s the relationship between endpoint devices and employee work habits? We dug into the data to find out. In a new research study, Code42 examined data storage behavior across more than 1,200 laptops to learn how users get their work done--what files they create, where they store them, and how they share and interact with their data.

Attend this session to learn:

• The results of the research study on user behavior
• The user workstyles we found consistent across all organizations
• The types of files users put most at risk of loss, theft or breach

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.

Speaker Sessions

Code42 Foundations

Sunday, Apr 8, 2:00 PM. 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.
Level: Beginner

Code42 Agent Deployment and Customization

Monday, Apr 9, 8:00 AM; Monday, Apr 9, 1:00 PM. In this session we will discuss and utilize Code42’s app customization and deployment procedures as well as review enhancements to Code42’s integration with LDAP and Okta.
Level: Intermediate

Deploying Code42 with STYLE

Wednesday, Apr 11, 10:00 AM. Ever had questions about deploying, branding, and version upgrades? The process has been significantly upgraded with Code42 version 6.5, so sending out a new client to users is better than ever. This session will focus on deployment, but touch on upgrades as well. Attend this session to understand how to use the functionality, especially in conjunction with SCCM and jamf.

Molly Quinlan is a market research manager at Code42. Molly’s work is driven by one core mission: to understand the needs of Code42’s buyers more than anyone else. She’s an expert on the market problems our customers face and how Code42’s tools can help solve those problems. Outside of Code42, Molly loves to ski: downhill, uphill and on the water.

Speaker Sessions

Data Privacy in a Globalized World: How Are You Planning for Compliance?

Tuesday, Apr 10, 1:30 PM. IT departments are faced with supporting many compliance regimes and data privacy laws. This session will focus on GDPR and what to expect when your risk and compliance team asks you to support their efforts. Understand the business needs and be prepared with best practices to support and demonstrate compliance. From this session, you can expect to learn:

• How GPDR may affect you
• Best practices for supporting GDPR compliance
• Best practices for demonstrating GDPR compliance

Josh Berg is a manager of Enterprise Support at Code42. Day-to-day, he helps some of the largest enterprises in the world be successful with our products.  Josh is also the producer and co-host of the Professional Humans podcast, where he gets to help people realize they can be a leader and become more professional while still keeping to who they are as a human. Josh also enjoys being outdoors whenever he can be, preferably on a bicycle or in a kayak. Prior to Code42, Josh worked at a local managed service provider as an IT Analyst, and at Best Buy, Inc as a community manager for gaming and eReaders.

Speaker Sessions

Tips and Tricks for New Code42 Customers

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. If you've become a Code42 customer in the last year or so, don't miss this session. Our systems engineering and customer champion teams will share their top system tricks and even some #lifehacks we love for troubleshooting the most common problems customers experience. From custom installers to file excludes and environment security, you're sure to walk away with actionable insights.

David Christianson is a manager of the Enterprise Support group at Code42, focused on technical support and break/fix. David began his career in customer service at Apple, Inc., focused on B2C and streamlining the move from Windows to Mac for Apple’s customers. Upon moving to Code42 he shifted his focus to B2B and, in particular, facilitating success for medium and large businesses with Code42’s products. Along with his CISSP, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Information Security Systems with an associate’s degree in Computer Networking Systems. He is also a proud husband, father and snowboarder.

Speaker Sessions

Tips and Tricks for New Code42 Customers

Tuesday, Apr 10, 2:30 PM; Wednesday, Apr 11, 11:00 AM. If you've become a Code42 customer in the last year or so, don't miss this session. Our systems engineering and customer champion teams will share their top system tricks and even some #lifehacks we love for troubleshooting the most common problems customers experience. From custom installers to file excludes and environment security, you're sure to walk away with actionable insights.

Sam Konstant is a systems trainer at Code42 where he focuses on increasing our customers’ ability to utilize Code42 software through education. Prior to Code42, Sam worked in K12 education supporting the rollout of 1:1 technology initiatives, educating on new technology products as well as providing desk-side support. He also has extensive knowledge in the health information technology industry where he developed educational modules for HIPAA, HITECH and electronic health records. When not in the classroom you’ll find Sam traveling and enjoying the outdoors.

Speaker Sessions

Code42 Foundations

Sunday, Apr 8, 2:00 PM. 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.
Level: Beginner

An In-Depth Look at Code42 Security Center

Monday, Apr 9, 8:00 AM; Monday, Apr 9, 1:00 PM. Code42 Security Center, released with version 6.0 of the Code42 platform, is rapidly expanding to better identify and monitor end-user behavior. In this session we will review Code42 Security Center’s dashboards and monitoring features and examine Code42’s endpoint monitoring data collection and analysis processes.
Level: Intermediate/Advanced