On January 26, 2018, the Nashville Technology Council will host its inaugural panel discussion of a new veterans peer group. The group is intended for veterans and those who want to learn more about veterans issues in the tech industry.
Increasing numbers of veterans are calling Nashville home. Through this new NTC Veterans Peer Group, NTC can help to provide access to tech leaders who rally around a passion to build the future of the local tech community. The peer group came together under the leadership of Kathryn Acord and Jon Zagami from Bedroc, who both served their country in the U.S. Air Force and Army, respectively.
Franklin, TN, October 09, 2017 --(PR.com)-- vCISO Services, LLC, an information security executive consulting company, has joined the Tennessee Bankers Association (TBA) as an associate member to provide resources for Tennessee financial institutions looking to strengthen their information security programs.
“One of our major focuses from day one has been banks, particularly community institutions,” explained Greg Schaffer, CEO of vCISO Services, LLC. “Our team’s extensive experiences as CISOs for small to midsize banks are a valuable resource to community institutions struggling to find quality information security executive expertise at a reasonable cost. As we are headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, joining TBA is a natural next step in an evolving journey.”
FRANKLIN, Tenn., Sept. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- To combat the growing threat of cyber-attacks to small and medium sized businesses, vCISO Services, LLC began operations today to provide part-time seasoned executive information security expertise to organizations who cannot afford a full-time Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at a fraction of the cost through its CISO as a Service (CaaS) products.
"There is a growing rift between the security officer 'haves' and 'have nots,'" explained vCISO Services, LLC CEO Greg Schaffer. "The bad guys know that too. We increasingly see cyber criminals targeting smaller businesses because they know their information security programs are not as robust as the big companies are. We are simply trying to do our part to level the playing field."