QTS Hosts Forum on Cybersecurity, Compliance Topics in Enterprise IT

qtsQTS Realty Trust‘s Information Security and Compliance Forum on Tuesday gathered at least 100 enterprise information technology professionals to discuss current issues and strategies in the field of cybersecurity.

The company said Thursday this year’s forum featured keynote speakers Stephen Coty, chief security evangelist at Alert Logic, and Justin Somaini, vice president and chief trust officer of Box.

“We’re proud to bring together this group of thought leaders, here at the epicenter of information technology, to share next-generation data security and compliance insights,” said Eric Jacobs, executive vice president of sales for the West region at QTS.

According to QTS, the event included panel discussions on emerging security threats and vulnerabilities — including topics on the Internet of Things and information security applications for private, public and hybrid clouds — as well as compliance and changes to corporate culture.

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