The panel, "Living With (And Prospering From) BYOD," will be moderated by Tim Scannell, an editorial director for TechTarget, and will feature three panelists including Lancope Network Security Manager Chris Smithee.
What does NSM stand for?
NSM stands for Network Security Manager (Intellitactics)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 143 other meanings of NSM in our Acronym Attic
- Near-Field Scanning Microscope
- near-surface mounted
- negative small move
- Net Send Manager (software)
- Net Square Meter
- NetScreen-Security Manager (Juniper Networks)
- NetSupport Manager (software)
- Netsys Service-Level Management (Cisco)
- Network and Systems Management
- Network Security Management
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Attend this free seminar and discover how, through utilising NetFlow, IT operations can better manage their infrastructure, improve performance and tackle issues before they affect end users: What: Free Seminar - "NetFlow for Network Visibility: A Key to Improving Operational Efficiency & Risk Management," with complimentary meals and wine tasting When: Thursday, October 6, 2011 Where: Vinopolis, London, UK Who: Sponsored by Lancope & Redstone, with presentations from: -- Chris Smithee, Network Security Manager, Lancope -- Gavin Reid, Manager, Cisco CSIRT -- Jean Charles Griviaud, Product Manager, IOS, Cisco Register: http://www.
Broersma, SPAWAR network security manager and chief engineer for the Defense Research and Engineering Network.
Many challenges faced by network security managers today are a direct result of not giving consideration to securing the infrastructure, or creating any access protection or access controls within the infrastructure at the time the infrastructure was deployed.
Today's network security managers spend little time worrying about telephones.
It also is forming an advisory board of network security managers who will help validate processes that OIS develops.
Byline: Karen Maeshiro Staff Writer LANCASTER - To help protect its ever-growing computer network against hackers and inappropriate uses, the Antelope Valley Union High School District will hire a network security manager for $70,000 a year.
If the network security manager has not adjusted the firewall or other security technology to account for and to manage these changes, security weaknesses may appear.