InfoSystems And The Nashville Predators Host “Smashville Cybersecurity Talks”

Thursday, September 19, 2019

InfoSystems, a Chattanooga-based information technology and cybersecurity firm celebrating its 25th anniversary, has partnered with the Nashville Predators to host a slate of six Smashville Cybersecurity Talks at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The series has been developed for business leaders across the region to learn from cybersecurity experts about what they can do to protect themselves and their businesses in the digital age. 


“Over the past 25 years at InfoSystems, we’ve continuously kept our clients’ biggest needs at the forefront of our service offerings.

And today, one of the greatest emerging needs is cybersecurity,” said Clay Hales, founder, president and CEO at InfoSystems. “That’s why we’re hosting these impactful talks at Bridgestone Arena, featuring technology providers and expert speakers that will cover a full range of cybersecurity topics.”


The dates and featured expert organizations for each of the Smashville Cybersecurity Talks are:


Thursday, Oct. 3 - IBM Storage

Thursday, Oct. 10 - PacketViper

Tuesday, Oct. 22 - IBM Power Systems

Tuesday, Oct. 29 - Cisco

Tuesday, Nov. 19 - IBM QRadar

Monday, Nov. 25 -  Mode 3 Partners


Each of the Smashville Cybersecurity Talks will feature the following itinerary:


9:45 a.m. - Meet at Bridgestone Arena main gate (5th and Broadway)

10:00 a.m. -  Nashville Predators game day morning skate (private viewing)

11:00 a.m. - Cybersecurity Talk begins

12:00 p.m. - Event Conclusion


Registration is required to attend one of the Smashville Cybersecurity Talks. To sign up, please visit: http://bit.ly/SmashvilleCybersecurity


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