CHICAGO - Stratosphere Networks, a Chicago-based IT managed services provider, has announced a member of its leadership team will present at the Fifth Annual Greater Chicago & Midwest Data Center Summit on June 13-14 at The Westin Chicago River North.
Michael Donis, director of business development and general counsel for Stratosphere Networks, will participate on June 14 as a panelist discussing the topic "Cyber and Privacy Risks: Surveying the Landscape." The panel will survey the reputational, legal and economic risks that data breaches and privacy concerns pose for all organizations. Donis and the other speakers will also talk about the steps businesses should take to identify, evaluate and manage their individual risks.
Stratosphere - which provides Chicago IT support as well as serving businesses nationwide - helps its clients address concerns about data breaches and privacy with a range of security solutions, such as email spam protection, secure VPN, and data management security.
"I'm looking forward to discussing how businesses can tackle pressing IT security concerns like data breaches and privacy," Donis said. "This conference serves as a great opportunity to connect with leaders in the data center arena and help them handle some of today's most important IT issues."
More than 400 senior level executives and decision makers in the data center and connectivity spaces are expected to attend the event, which will feature more than 40 expert speakers and a total of 13 hours of networking and informational panels.
The event is part of the National Data Center Summit Series, which involves one-day conferences with special receptions and data center tours in cities including San Francisco, New York, Dallas, Washington, D.C., Phoenix, Seattle, and Los Angeles, in addition to Chicago. The series is produced by CapRate Events, an independently owned digital media firm based in New York City.
To learn more about the Greater Chicago & Midwest Data Center Summit and to register, visit the event website.