Pulse Technology will participate in an October 19 broadcast, “The Cyber Collective,” with Vince Miceli, VP of Technology, representing Pulse Technology on the broadcast.
The Cyber Collective will also include Vince Mazza of Guard Street Cybersecurity, and Andrew Smith of Gallagher, specializing in cyber liability insurance. The format will be a question-and-answer session discussion among the three cybersecurity experts which will be aired over WJOB AM 1230 and FM 104.7, as well as streamed over JEDtv, Amazon, Apple TV and Roku. Scott Saxe of Guard Street Cybersecurity will moderate the panel.
The first episode will take place at 8:35 EST (7:30 CT), and a second episode will follow at 9:05 EST (8:05 CT). Topics to be discussed will include “Cyber Attacks and Insurance Requirements,” and “No Risk Assessment = Cyber Without a Cause.”
“We’re excited to share the stage with Guard Street Cybersecurity and Gallagher as we discuss the important topic of cybersecurity and the challenges that businesses and organizations face in keeping their data secure,” said Vince Miceli. He added, “We look forward to a lively and informative discussion on a number of issues related to these topics and encourage everyone who can tune in to do so.”
About Pulse Technology
Pulse Technology is a leader in the field of print management, network services (IT), and other office solutions including furniture design and sales, office products, mailing equipment and their supplies, as well as custom and promotional products, with a history dating back to 1955. Pulse Technology is the re-branded name for several well-known area businesses: Des Plaines Office Equipment, McShane’s, and Kramer Leonard. With locations in Brookfield, WI, Merrillville, IN, Rockford and Schaumburg, IL, Pulse Technology serves the needs of businesses across the Midwest.