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Digital Logistix Partners With LogRhythm to Deliver World Class Security Intelligence

Partnership Delivers LogRhythm’s Patented, Award-winning Platform and Cybersecurity Technologies to Digital Logistix Clients.

MIAMI, FL – August 21, 2017:  Digital Logistix, a premier IT security technology distributor and managed services provider and wholly owned subsidiary of DigitalEra Group, LLC, has announced its partnership with LogRhythm, a security intelligence company and leader in Threat Lifecycle Management. Digital Logistix will make LogRhythm’s advanced suite of tools available to their partners in the Caribbean and Latin America.

“LogRhythm’s advanced technologies are best-in-class for protecting organizations from the growing number of sophisticated hackers and threats bombarding government agencies, for-profit and non-profit organizations everywhere,” said Patrick Dyer, President and CEO of Digital Logistix. “We’re thrilled to partner with LogRhythm to deliver these powerful solutions to our clients.”

Among LogRhythm’s award-winning solutions:

LogRhythm’s Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM) is a framework that puts organizations ahead of attackers by providing an end-to-end security workflow that combines people, process, and technology. TLM’s highly effective and efficient workflows sort through the noise to highlight and investigate high-priority threats.

LogRhythm’s Log Management is a ready-to-go log management solution that helps organizations uncover actionable data and identify useful insights. The solution’s Machine Data Intelligence (MDI) Fabric classifies and contextualizes the structure every log message, providing deep intelligence into over 785 unique data source types. The net: greater search accuracy, accelerated decisions and the ability to enforce continuous compliance.

LogRhythm’s next-gen SIEM is a unified platform that modernizes security operations with big-picture visibility and actionable intelligence. Leveraging machine learning and other techniques, LogRhythm’s SIEM reveals advanced threats otherwise unnoticed. It is distinguished as SIEM leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant.

“LogRhythm is excited to continue our expansion into the Caribbean & Latin American marketplace by establishing this strategic partnership with Digital Logistix, a forward-thinking, trusted cybersecurity company that will deliver incremental reach and an exceptional cybersecurity skillset to our organization & customers,” said Rudy Piekarski, VP of Sales LATAM for LogRhythm. “Digital Logistix will play an essential role in delivering LogRhythm’s Threat Lifecycle Management platform to enable LATAM customers to rapidly detect, respond to and neutralize damaging cyberthreats.”

About Digital Logistix and LogRhythm:

Digital Logistix, a wholly owned subsidiary of DigitalEra Group, LLC, is a leading distributor of network and cybersecurity products and services, serving major business, education and governmental agencies throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. In addition to access to the most sophisticated and effective security products, DigitalLogistix provides expert guidance on use as well as ongoing security counsel and insights that help their clients prevent security breaches and mitigate threats. For more information, visit: www.digitallogistix.com. For partnering inquiries with Digital Logistix, contact us here.

LogRhythm, a leader in Threat Lifecycle Management, empowers organizations around the globe to rapidly detect, respond to and neutralize damaging cyberthreats. The company’s patented award-winning platform unifies next-generation SIEM, log management, network and endpoint monitoring, user entity and behavior analytics (UEBA), security automation and orchestration (SAO) and advanced security analytics. In addition to protecting customers from the risks associated with cyberthreats, LogRhythm provides compliance automation and assurance, and enhanced IT intelligence. For more information, visit: www.logrhythm.com.

2017 SFISSA “Hack the Flag” & Chili CookOff

{{date_event:2017-08-19}} DigitalEra is proud to sponsor the 2017 SFISSA Hack The Flag and Chili Cookoff. This year’s event will take place at the Graham Center Ballroom on the campus of FIU in Miami on Saturday August 19th.

Capture the Flag

There will be two different capture the flag games and levels:

  • Advanced CTF – Are you a CTF pro? The advanced CTF game will present all new challenges. Join the K&K CTF hosted by %27 of Hack Miami. Learn more about K&K at kandkctf.com.
  • Beginner CTF – Never played a CTF before? The beginner game will be perfect for you. There will be people to help and guide you… a great way to learn how to Capture the Flag.

CTF Participants will need to bring a Laptop, Ethernet Cable, USB Ethernet Adapter if necessary.

Lock Pick & Chili Cookoff

  • Also at this event: A fun lock pick village (no equipment or skill necessary) and of course our famous chili cook-off.
  • Chili aficionados: Make sure to bring your best chili to compete for the best chili honors.

Plenty of brew: Sample new craft beers as well as some of your local  favorites. For more details, visit the offical registration page at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-sfissa-hack-the-flag-and-chili-cookoff-tickets-32623740486

Is your endpoint security up to the challenge?

New malware is emerging every day. Ransomware attacks are on the rise.  At the same time, the numbers and types of devices accessing your data are growing fast.

How smart are your endpoints? Are they automated to detect threats accurately? Can your cybersecurity systems respond to risks immediately, and remediate problems effectively?

For too many organizations, the answers to these questions is NO. And even if an endpoint security strategy is in place, it may be less proactive than it is reactive.

It may be time for a Security Assessment. An assessment carried out by DigitalEra’s professionals in collaboration with McAfee will help you gain new knowledge and insights to ensure your endpoint security is intelligent, collaborative and, most important, truly effective.

  • Identify and assess vulnerabilities in endpoints and data infrastructure.
  • Identify and document gaps between security risks and policies.
  • Assess the security controls integrated into your security program.

As threats get smarter, every organization needs to become more intelligent about endpoint security.

BOOK YOUR COMPLIMENTARY ASSESSMENT TODAY: http://mcafeeassessment.digitaleragroup.com/

 

DigitalEra’s Jim Cason To Participate in CNN Town Hall on Climate Change with Al Gore

Jim Cason

DigitalEra board member Jim Cason is scheduled to appear at the CNN Town Hall on Climate Change with former Vice President Al Gore and Anderson Cooper on Tuesday evening, August 1st.

Al Gore is expected to discuss his latest film – AN INCONVENIENT SEQUEL: TRUTH TO POWER, and his efforts to work with the current government on bringing change.

Cason, who served 3 terms as Mayor of Coral Gables, FL, will be part of a live Town Hall audience moderated by Cooper, there to discuss various aspects of climate change. The subject of sea level rise, will likely be the topic of his discussion. Coral Gables is one of many South Florida communities threatened by rising seas.

The event airs Tuesday, August 1 at 9 p.m. ET, moderated by Anderson Cooper. In addition to the TV airings, The Climate Crisis: A CNN Town Hall Event with Al Gore will also stream for subscribers on August 1 via CNNgo (at www.CNN.com/go and via CNNgo apps for AppleTV, Roku, Amazon Fire and Samsung TV) and on the CNN mobile apps for iOS and Android. 

DigitalEra is a cybersecurity firm that helps organizations protect data, systems and people.

DigitalEra Group Appoints James Cason, José González to its Board

DigitalEra Group, has announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors, James C. Cason and José E. González.

Mayor Jim Cason

“These two individuals personify leadership in IT and cybersecurity, and bring a trove of security innovation, global business and government agency expertise to the table. We’re honored to have them by our side as we continue to expand our advanced cybersecurity products and services offering for protecting organizations throughout the southeast US and Latin America.” said Patrick Dyer, DigitalEra President and CEO.

James “Jim” Cason  recently retired after his third term as Mayor of Coral Gables Florida.  He has a wealth of experience building business and government relationships, and in the promotion of safety and protection. Prior to becoming Mayor, Cason spent 38 years as a Foreign Service Officer for the US State Department, serving in 12 countries. He has been the Ambassador to Paraguay and Chief of Mission in Havana, Cuba. Mayor Cason has received numerous awards from State, Defense, the White House and the intelligence community.

“Cybersecurity affects everyone across the globe and plays a rapidly increasing role in our everyday lives, from common devices we use as consumers to enterprise level programs and government agency systems”, Cason said. “I’m proud to be part of DigitalEra’s board and share their commitment to helping organizations keep systems, operations, data and people safe.”

Cason holds a master’s degree in International Relations and Affairs from Johns Hopkins SAIS, studied Military Strategic Studies at the National Defense College and has an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.

Trapezoid CEO, José González

José González is the Chief Executive Officer of Trapezoid, Inc., a firmware and IoT protection firm headquartered in Miami, FL. Trapezoid produces Trapezoid FIVE®, an advanced integrity monitoring solution that helps organizations detect, alert and help remediate attacks affecting BIOS and firmware, while also meeting critical NIST SP 800-53 and 53A controls.

González has invested a large portion of his career in the technology space.  Prior to Trapezoid, he served as Chief Legal Officer and SVP of Business Affairs at Terremark Worldwide, Inc., and has held key legal roles at Sunbeam Corp, Blockbuster Ent. Grp (Viacom, Inc. subsidiary) and American Express. González received his JD from Fordham School of Law and BA from Fordham University, and is a member of the New York Bar.

“I’m excited to join Ambassador Cason on this board and play a role in DigitalEra’s mission of bringing innovative security technologies and services to the southeast and Latin America.” González said.

DigitalEra is a premier IT security technology distributor and services provider. We help organizations of all kinds protect data, systems and people. We assess and solve complex security challenges, provide guidance on security technologies and solutions, and implement comprehensive security strategies and solutions. DigitalEra represents an impressive collection of the world’s most powerful security products and technologies, including Cylance, Cyphort, FireEye, LogRhythm, McAfee, Symantec Tanium, Tenable, Trapezoid and more. DigitalEra serves businesses, government agencies and education and nonprofits throughout the southeast US, Texas, the Caribbean and Latin America. For more information about DigitalEra, call (786) 621-8600 or visit http://www.digitaleragroup.com.

Media contact: B. Lambright Email: beverly.lambright@digitaleragroup.com, Tel: (786) 621-8600 ###