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Preventsys to Discuss Centralized IT Security at Information Security Professionals Conference


CTO Brian Grayek to Explain How Creating a Centralized Security Process Will Help Enterprises Preempt Security Attacks

Preventsys Inc., a pioneer in enterprise security management, today announced that chief technology officer Brian Grayek will lead a discussion entitled “Get Better at Security: Enabling a Centralized Security Process,” at the Information Security Professionals Conference (ISPC) in Dallas, TX. The session will take place on Thursday, May 19 at 11:40 a.m. EDT.
Grayek will discuss how enterprises can improve security by integrating and unifying security point solutions and centralizing the IT security management process. This integrated, centralized approach will help enterprises efficiently manage security data to preempt security attacks by addressing vulnerabilities before they are exploited. Held May 18-20, 2005 at The Adam’s Mark Hotel in Dallas, TX, the ISPC features educational sessions covering security methodologies and approaches that are relevant for all organizations. The conference brings together a group of nationally acclaimed keynote speakers, educators and leaders to deliver “in-the-trenches” insight and address present-day issues facing the information security field.

The ISPC is a unique gathering during which all Information Security Professionals assemble and share best practices and attend educational sessions lead by nationally recognized experts in a wide range of security topics.

About Preventsys

Preventsys information security management software centrally manages the complex process of vulnerability elimination and automates time-consuming regulatory compliance reporting for Fortune 1000 companies and government agencies. For more information, visit


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