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In this four-part webinar series, (abstracts below 👇) experts in each subject are will share strategies, tips and stories that will help strengthen your security.

Security is not a single-solution; it is comprised of many moving parts that require constant attention and expertise to properly execute. By attending this series, participants will get a deep-dive into specific areas of security and walk away with the ability to make positive changes within their organization.


Your Internet Reimagined

January 18th, 1-2pm (EST)

Michael Joseph
Co-Founder & CTO, Technium

When you hit send, do you know where your packet goes? Businesses are impacted every day by latency and lack of visibility when it comes to working online. Discover how you can reimagine the internet in this webinar of the End-to-End Security Series. You’ll be able to identify current gaps in your connection, gain a better understanding of proper Internet setup for your business and hear about how The Fabric has changed how businesses operate.


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World of Wireless

January 25th, 12-1pm (EST)

Ben Russell
Wireless Infrastructure Architect, Technium

Wireless and Wi-Fi issues tend to be constant for businesses that are going back into the office or are rapidly scaling. Did you know… wireless can actually work? In this webinar of the End-to-End Security Series, attendees will hear from a Wireless Infrastructure Architect who designed Wi-Fi for Fortune 500's, Hospitals, Schools, and several large public venues.

Discover the common pitfalls of wireless and Wi-Fi setups, what you can do to help resolve some issues, and how you can ultimately eliminate the majority of your wireless problems, so it works every time!


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Email Hacking & Financial Fraud

February 8th, 2-3pm (EST)


Sherri Davidoff
Founder and CEO, LMG Security

Cybercriminals want to break into your email to steal sensitive data, conduct fraud, or reset passwords for your other accounts. In this fast-paced seminar, we’ll show you how hackers break into your email, including a “sting” operation where we catch a real hacker in the act! We'll also show you fake invoices, wire fraud examples, and how to recognize spoofed emails. 

You will leave this session knowing the top ways to protect your email account and how to reduce your risk of fraud.


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Turning Security from a Project into a Process

February 28th, 12-1pm (EST)

Michael Joseph
Co-Founder & CTO, Technium

It is clear that threats and security breaches are common, and it is also clear that businesses, while aware, are complacent. The mistake most organizations make is to become overwhelmed, which is always followed by frustration and ultimately poor security management. The best way to begin the journey to achieving a steady state for security is to be educated on the most important aspects, so you can start thinking of it as a process. 
Join Michael Joseph for this webinar to shift your mindset and learn how get to a secure place and stay there.


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Michael Joseph is a networking and security leader with a passion for highly tolerant and secure solutions. He has been in roles ranging from consultancy to the US Air Force on network management to technical leadership in a number of venture-backed network and security product companies as well as a global leadership role for Akamai Technologies before starting Technium. While at Technium, Michael has been a visionary in fundamental security operations practices, partnering with Technium's customers to build and operate highly available and secure environments for more than 20 years. 


Sherri Davidoff is the CEO of LMG Security and the author of three books, including “Ransomware and Cyber Extortion” and “Data Breaches: Crisis and Opportunity.” As a recognized expert in cybersecurity, she has been called a “security badass” by The New York Times. Sherri is a GIAC-certified forensic analyst (GCFA) and penetration tester (GPEN) and received her degree in computer science and electrical engineering from MIT. 


Ben Russell is a self-proclaimed "Wi-Fi Nerd" and Wireless Infrastructure Architect for Technium. He discovered his passion for working with network protocol analyzers in the early 2000's when he became fascinated with watching streams of packets to understand how it all worked. He became so adept at finding needles in ever larger haystacks that his career trajectory changed entirely at that point.

In his 20-year career, Ben has:

  • built outdoor metropolitan Wi-Fi networks that service hundreds of thousands of users daily.

  • engineered large public venues with the challenges of 50,000 fans simultaneously uploading a half-time show.

  • helped dozens of school districts achieve live virtual instruction for all students in 2020, even those without access to the Internet at home.

  • and helped thousands of organizations reach their full potential with optimized Wi-Fi.