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Date and Time

December 16, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Event Category

Web Conference


Candice Benson


Lisa O'Connell


With digital disruptions increasing on a global scale, 2020 saw organizations reprioritizing their security requirements. Now more than ever security professionals need to be innovative in their approach as current projects shift and change without notice. With no foreseeable end to pandemic’s global impact, we anticipate sophisticated security threats to increase in volume and severity well into 2021.

Join us in a discussion of three key trends we see coming in 2021:

• The changing and evolving workplace causing unknown vulnerabilities
• Security’s role in your cloud transformation process
• Protecting your data and all paths to it



Peter Klimek – Director of Technology, Office of the CTO, Imperva

Peter Klimek is a Director of Technology within the Office of the CTO at Imperva. With nearly 5 years of experience working with Imperva, Peter specializes in emerging technology and threat vectors while helping organizations secure cloud native applications and workloads. Prior to joining Imperva he has held senior engineering roles helping the top 50 global financial institutions combat online and mobile fraud and served as an Application Security Architect for a leading financial services organization where he was responsible for implementing security throughout the SDLC. Peter holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Brian Anderson – Director of Technology, Office of the CTO, Imperva

Brian Anderson is a Director of Technology within the Office of the CTO at Imperva. Brian has more than 16 years experience in technology, working with networks systems, application development and security specializing in automation.

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