LogicON: where cybersecurity meets empowerment for end-users

July 11, 2024
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  • LogicON is a cybersecurity conference aimed at empowering end-users with knowledge and skills.
  • The conference will cover topics like AI integration, cloud security, regulatory compliance, and human elements of cybersecurity.

In an era where cyber threats are on the rise, LogicON is set to transform the traditional conference model by providing attendees with the latest insights and strategies to enhance organizational resilience. Scheduled for October 15-17, 2024, in Columbus, Ohio, the conference aims to equip end-users with actionable knowledge in the cybersecurity realm.

Key elements of the conference include keynote speeches by industry leaders like Chris Novak from Verizon, discussions on cutting-edge technologies, trends, and hands-on training sessions such as cybersecurity bootcamps. LogicON also introduces innovative features like the Coaching Café, offering personalized expert advice in a relaxed setting.

Joshua Skeens, CEO of Logically, emphasizes the importance of empowering participants to confidently address cybersecurity challenges. The conference is open for IT and Infosec leaders who want to enhance their expertise and implement effective security solutions. Registration is now available on the LogicON website.

Logically is a reputable national managed security and IT solution provider working to secure businesses, solve challenges, and strategize for the future with cyber-first solutions. The company’s commitment to exceptional customer service and innovation sets them apart in the industry.

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