As we close out 2021 and begin 2022, it is clearer than ever before that cybersecurity needs to be a priority for every organization and individual. On top of that, we have seen these priorities shift because of new emerging technologies and trends, such as remote work.
With that in mind, NightDragon is hosting a special NightVision event on the State of the Cybersecurity industry. Over the course of the event, we will take a unique look at what products are really being adopted by cybersecurity buyers, what financial analysts are watching around skyrocketing valuations and what investors are watching for the next frontier of innovation.
We invite you to join us for this three-part event on January 4, moderated by NightDragon Founder and Managing Director Dave DeWalt. The event is to all to attend and will include an open Q&A portion for each section.
Leading Go-to-Market Perspectives – 9:30-10:15 AM PT – This panel or fireside chat will feature leading go-to-market leaders in cybersecurity to discuss what how they are seeing the cybersecurity landscape evolve
- Kevin Lynch, CEO, Optiv
- Eric Kohl, Vice President, Cyber Security & Data Center, Ingram Micro
Leading Wall Street Perspectives – 10:15–11 AM PT – This panel or fireside chat will feature leading Wall Street analysts to provide a financial picture of the market
- Sterling Auty, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan
- Rob Owens, Managing Director, Piper Sandler
Leading Investor Perspectives – 11-11:45 AM PT – This panel or fireside chat will feature cybersecurity investors at different stages of startup investment (early-stage, late-stage and growth) to provide their perspective on the market and critical trends
- Nadav Zafrir, Founder and Managing Partner, Team8
Core Topics of Event:
- How has the cybersecurity market evolved over 2021 and how do we predict it will continue evolving in 2022?
- Provide insights into CISO product purchasing patterns, leveraging company data and anecdotal stories for unique perspective
- What technologies specifically saw an uptick due to the pandemic? What does that say about progressing digital transformation trends?