March 16, 2017

Tevora Hosts Security Executive Roundtable in Santa Barbara


Tevora is pleased to be hosting a CISO Roundtable dinner entitled “Emerging Trends for 2017” on Thursday, April 6th, at the renowned Angel Oak restaurant at the Bacara Resort in Santa Barbara.

The round table will be a recap and analysis of findings presented by IT security experts from around the globe at the RSA Conference in San Francisco in February.  Tevora’s managing director Clayton Riness will lead the discussion on the latest technologies from new and established players in information security as well as upcoming trends in the security realm.  Industry experts will lend insight as to which technologies are worthy of a second look and which ones to ignore.


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Tevora is an enterprise consulting firm specializing in information assurance, governance and compliance services and solutions. We work with some of the world’s leading companies, institutions and governments to ensure the safety of their information and their compliance with applicable regulations. With a distinctive combination of proven products and services, Tevora aids enterprises in protecting their most important assets from external and internal threats. To learn more please visit:


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