Accuvant to Host Webcast on How Security Assumptions Fail

Denver – October 1, 2014 – Accuvant, the authoritative source for enterprise information security, today announced it will host its next webcast in the Accuvant Knowledge Share Series entitled, “Exploitation - Understanding How Security Assumptions Fail,” on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. PDT/12:00 p.m. EDT. 

During this webcast, Accuvant’s vice president of research and development, Ryan Smith, and research and development director, Alex Wheeler, will demonstrate some of the new vulnerabilities and areas of greatest risk to enterprises. Additionally, James Robinson from the Accuvant Office of the CISO will discuss the significance of this risk to the business and how it can help organizations develop a leading security strategy.

Webcast attendees will gain:

  • Insight into the security risks posed by the Internet of Things (IoT).
  • Knowledge of the Secure Product Lifecycle and tomorrow’s most dangerous vulnerabilities.
  • Techniques for reducing noise in your security environment and minimizing your attack surface.
  • Access to new research and the latest thinking around threats and security issues.

To register for the webcast or for more information, visit

About Accuvant
Accuvant, a Blackstone (NYSE: BX) portfolio company, is the leading provider of information security services and solutions serving enterprise-class organizations across North America. The company offers a full suite of service capabilities to help businesses, governments and educational institutions define their security strategies, identify and remediate threats and risks, select and deploy the right technology, and achieve operational readiness to protect their organizations from malicious attack. Founded in 2002, Accuvant has been named to the Inc. 500|5000 list of fastest growing companies for the last eight consecutive years. The company is headquartered in Denver, Colo., with offices across the United States and Canada. Further information is available at 

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