Calling all PROTECTors of Endpoints!

Seattle – home of the Space Needle, birthplace of Starbucks, and host to the first ever Cylance User Group. That’s right, we’re coming for you, Seattle!

At Cylance, we’re in the business of building community, not only between cybersecurity organizations, but between professionals, and our customers. Since launching our online forum last year, we’ve been amazed by the level of engagement, support, and collaboration.

Our community has truly taken on a life of its own, thanks to each and every one of you. All around the world, you’re consistently active on every channel – whether you’re posting in our online support community, or hitting us up on social media, we believe we’ve created something that few cybersecurity companies could ever dream of.

With things going so well, we decided it was time to take it to the next level:

The first inaugural Cylance User Group kicks off on February 22 at 6PM in Seattle, Washington. Want some Cylance swag? Get onboard early – first registrations get goodies. Sign up today!

These User Groups give CylancePROTECT® Administrators and peers the chance to network, share best practices, and stay up-to-date on both local and global community developments.

Powered by Cylance, and hosted by our superstar CylancePROTECT customers, these face-to-face meetups are a great opportunity to make new connections, cultivate new skills, and make sure you’re getting the most out of CylancePROTECT.

Through our digital community, many customers have become Cylance advocates, sharing Cylance knowledge and mentorship. Now it’s time to make that same magic happen, face-to-face.

What you can expect at a Cylance User Group:

  • Learn about CylancePROTECT’s recent releases directly from the Product Team
  • Hear from customers about their own use cases
  • Explain your integration challenges and get answers directly from the community
  • Meet with peers and expand your professional (Read more...)

This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Ashley Wolf. Read the original post at: Cylance Blog