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Safe and Sound at Security Field Day 9

It’s been a busy year for security companies and teams dedicated to keeping users safe. The way that attackers are choosing to exploit companies are evolving and IT security platforms need to evolve as well. We’re excited to showcase just how companies are responding to this changing landscape with two days of great presentations at Security Field Day 9.

Security Field Day Event Schedule

The event will be taking place June 28-29, 2023. The action starts out on Wednesday with the first presentation from Noname Security. They’re going to be highlighting their approach to API security and applications. Up next is Commvault. They’re excited to show off their recent updates focused on data protection and security. The backup and disaster recovery space is leveraging their tools to help stem the tide of malware and Commvault is one of the most well-respected names out there. The last presentation of Wednesday is from HashiCorp. They have some extensions to their security tool portfolio with Boundary Enterprise, Boundary session recording, and HCP Vault Secrets.

Thursday starts out with our friends at NetAlly. They recently announced a brand new product, the Cyberscope, to help augment their great tools and focus on the security market. After that we’ll hear from Cisco. They had so much security news they needed more time so they’re going to be discussing the Secure Firewall 4200 series as well as multi-cloud defense. Then we’ll hear from Cribl. They’re going to be discussing their solutions to data security problems as well as Cribl Search and their certification program.

Tune in Live

Make sure you check out for the full event schedule for June 28-29. If you miss any of the presentations you can always check out the Tech Field Day Youtube channel. We’ll also be streaming live on our LinkedIn page. Make sure you use the hashtag #XFD9 on social media to join the conversation and make your voice heard.

We’re excited to have the community join us for Security Field Day!

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Tom Hollingsworth

Tom Hollingsworth is a networking professional, blogger, and speaker on advanced technology topics. He is also an organizer for networking and wireless for Tech Field Day.  His blog can be found at

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