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Next Akamai Meet-Ups in February

UPDATE: Due to scheduling conflict the Reston Meetup event has been moved to Wednesday, March 19th, 2014. Our sincere apologizes for any inconvenience"

Akamai's Professional Services team is hosting two new security-focused meet-ups in February. These interactive technical sessions cover key trends and tips for Akamai customers. To learn more about our upcoming events, read below.

  • Feb 12th in San Francisco, CA: In this session, participants will learn how to improve their security postures with the latest features available in KONA Site Defender. Keeping pace with attack trends and defense strategies while ensuring website performance can be a daunting task. Join Akamai's David Senecal and Harish Jakkal in this interactive session where you'll learn about the latest features available in KONA Site Defender and how to use them to help improve your security posture while avoiding false positives.

     Follow the links to read more about today's security landscape in David and Harish's recent blog posts.

  • Feb 19th in Reston, VA: In this session, participants will learn about the numerous attacks Akamai sees from the unique vantage point of our highly distributed cloud platform. Join Akamai security experts Patrick Sullivan & Jonathan Anderson in our Reston offices where you'll have the opportunity to discuss today's online threats and tactics you can use to mitigate the negative impacts of web-based attacks.

Akamai Advance Solutions Group (ASG)

Since May 2013 the ASG team has been organizing meet-ups for our customers in NYC, Cambridge, San Mateo, Chicago and various other locations across the country. These successful "No Selling Zone" events provide our customers with unfettered access to technical knowledge and the opportunity to network with Akamai experts and peers. To learn more, click here to watch a recent meet-up "The Render Chain and You," hosted in Cambridge in August 2013.

Check back here at the Akamai Blog for a recap blog post from Patrick Sullivan on his Feb 19th session.