Join us on September 26 for Valley View, our exciting live video show. n addition to an exclusive chat with NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson, and an in-studio interview with CitiGroup CTO Yobie Benjamin, we'll feature our new Elevator Pitch session, a rapid-fire deluge of information about new technology approaches.
One company's elevator pitch we'll be highlighting: Crowdstrike.
Crowdstrike is still in a bit of stealth mode, but its approach to information security is garnering a great deal of attention: use big data to help businesses focus on adversaries, rather than figuring how to pour limited dollars toward building a bigger fortress. Crowdstrike believes that by understanding who the adversaries are, businesses have a better chance of preventing attacks. Fresh off a $26 million infusion of funding, this team's impressive collective history in the security industry may well be the next big thing. CEO George Kurtz will tell us all about this new approach in his elevator pitch.
Other Elevator Pitches featured: Appthority (Mobile Security), Kontiki (Enterprise Video), Cliqr (Cloud Management), Fusion-io (flash memory for the data center).
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