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Arbor Networks to Participate in Chertoff Group’s Security Series Focusing on Evaluating New and Emerging Cyber Investments

Arbor Networks Inc., the security division of NETSCOUT (NASDAQ: NTCT), today announced that the company will be participating in the Chertoff Group’s Security Series being held Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Four Seasons Hotel in East Palo Alto, Calif. Arbor Networks’ Senior Director of Product Marketing Arabella Hallawell will be a panelist on the session entitled “Leaning Forward with Your Cyber Investments…Without Falling on Your Face.” The panel will examine strategies for enhancing the business opportunity for security while simultaneously building trust within today’s increasingly connected world.

Organizations today are faced with unprecedented challenges in building innovation into design, ensuring security against advanced cyber threats, and protecting consumer privacy in a data-driven and globally connected world. The Chertoff Group Security Series aims to identify how society can create more opportunity and further innovation both in the public and private sectors while building trust and enhancing protection against today’s cyber threats. The upcoming Security Series event, “The Three T’s of the Digital Economy: Technology, Threat and Trust,” is focused on discussing the impact of the “Three T’s” on today’s business strategy, policy and public opinion as industry and government alike seek to enhance security while building trust in today’s interconnected world.

With over 20 years of experience in IT security and strategy, Arabella Hallawell is responsible for the go-to-market positioning and activation of Arbor Networks’ Advanced Threat solutions. Prior to her current role as senior director of product marketing, she previously led the company’s strategic planning initiatives.      

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Leaning Forward with Your Cyber Investments…Without Falling on Your Face


Thursday, May 19, 2016 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. PST


Four Seasons Hotel, East Palo Alto, Calif.


Responding to a dynamic threat environment, today’s CISO and CIO must continuously evaluate new and emerging technologies while matching services with the security needs of their respective enterprises. Yet, in today’s 'less frothy' investment climate, new security and technology companies are more fiercely competing not only for the clientele, but for the funding to support their long-term growth. As a result, today’s CISO and CIO must often decide between deploying innovative solutions from less proven companies versus utilizing trusted, legacy providers. In this maturing security environment, how do CISOs balance selecting best-in-class innovation versus more stable, reliable providers? For investors, what’s getting funded? How will the funding environment change? What advice do they have for CISOs and CIOs? For technology providers, how do you expect these changes to impact your business development and merger and acquisition plans?