Protecting Your Biggest Assets; People, Customers & InformationTuesday, March 28, 2017 • 5:30pm - 8:00pm EDT
The Capital Grille
44 Front Street Hartford, CT
Please join fellow industry executives for a dialogue on today's business challenges.
Protecting an organizations biggest assets; people, customers and information is one of 2017 hottest business topics. Tom Mendoza, Vice Chairman of NetApp and Yaki Faitelson, CEO of Varonis will be kicking off our evening discussing how their companies and others have successfully addressed these challenges.
Tom joined NetApp in 1994 and was responsible for sales until becoming president in 2000. In 2009, he became vice chairman. Tom has given talks on the power of corporate culture and leadership all over the world to people in such diverse organizations as the U.S. Marine Corps, West Point, CIO Forums, Oracle's Leaders Circle and Stanford University. In 2009, he was the co-recipient with NetApp Chairman Dan Warmenhoven of the Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce.
Chief Executive Officer
Yaki is responsible for leading the management, strategic direction and execution of the Varonis vision. With extensive cross-functional experience in storage, networking, operating systems and application software, he saw the necessity and opportunity for next generation data management and protection automation. Together, Yaki and Ohad Korkus conceived and architected the metadata framework technology that now serves as the foundation for the Varonis Data Governance Suite, and are creators of several patents for permissions visualization, simulation, and data analysis. Under his leadership, the software company has experienced hyper growth, cultivated a worldwide installation base and forged a leading position in the data governance market. Prior to Varonis, Yaki held leadership positions in the global professional services and systems integration divisions of NetVision and NetApp.