Hexnode Unveils Speaker Line-up for Global User Conference, HexCon22


Hexnode, the enterprise security solution of Mitsogo Inc., recently announced Ciaran Martin, Founding CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), as its keynote speaker for the company’s third annual user conference, HexCon22. The three-day event themed on “The Future in Focus” is scheduled to go live on Sept. 21-23, 2022. The event will host 100+ speakers from various verticals of endpoint management, cybersecurity and more.

Martin headed the world-renowned National Cyber Security Centre of the United Kingdom from 2014 to 2020. He was named one of the most influential people in European technology by Politico in 2022. He is currently a Managing Director at Paladin Capital, a professor of practice at the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford, and holds several other advisory roles in the private cybersecurity sector.

“This is our third user conference, and we are super excited to be hosting it. Every year, we make sure to bring an exquisite mix of speakers, and this year’s HexCon22 will witness awareness lessons in the field of compliance, national security and mental health. Nothing is more effective than relying on one another and working together when trying to raise the security threshold, and that’s what HexCon22 aims for,” said Apu Pavithran, CEO and Founder of Hexnode.

Martin will be joined by other prominent tech enthusiasts: BBC News Cyber Reporter Joe Tidy; NBC News National Security Contributor Frank Figliuzzi; Microsoft (EMEA) Chief Cybersecurity Advisor Lesley Kipling; Capital One CISO Jerich Beason; AWS Security Engineer Comfort Uduebholo; and Intel Product Security Manager Roman Zhukov, to name a few. The event will commence with commentary from Hexnode CEO Apu Pavithran and Co-founders Rachana Vijayan, Sahad M, and Bijo Paulose John. The speaker insights range from the fields of device management to ransomware, IoT, IAM, PAM, zero trust, application and cloud security, endpoint management and security, data compliance, work culture, as well as leadership and management.

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The three-day event is open to every IT aficionado, free of cost and from virtually anywhere. The event intends to gather the Hexnode community scattered across the globe. Those who wish to be a Hexnode professional will find the product training sessions to their aid. The event will also set the stage for the latest feature updates and releases.

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