Terra Verde plans to highlight upgrades to its TruSOC security service at next week's Arizona Technology Council Cybersecurity Summit.
Terra Verde, based in Scottsdale, will join a host of fellow security companies in rolling out their latest cybersecurity solutions at the Arizona Technology Council (ATC) Cybersecurity Summit to be held May 5 in Scottsdale.
Terra Verde will be highlighting upgrades to its TruSOC security service, including managed phishing services, Breach Radar Security Monitoring and Reporting, improved monitoring and reporting capacity, improved threat intelligence with indicators of compromise, better awareness of emerging threats and immediate information that provides clear next steps for users and administrators to act upon.
"We are excited to be part of this event as it helps bring the cybersecurity community together in the region and provides an opportunity to discuss security and compliance trends impacting businesses within the market," Terra Verde CEO Edward Vasko said. "It also provides solution providers like Terra Verde an opportunity to showcase new services and solutions that help reduce risk and provide additional protection to organizations."
ATC bills the event as a point of exchange and education for businessowners and governments on privacy and data security issues.
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