The Unusual Suspects World Tour: DC

May 5, 2016 Shawn Taylor

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Hey guys,

The Unusual Suspects World Tour, i.e. ForeScout Best Practices Seminar (BPS) will be stopping in the Nation’s Capital, Washington, DC on May 10. We’re bringing with us an all-star cast of security thought leaders, local experts, channel and technology partners and your peers to discuss how innovative companies are transforming security through visibility. It will be an incredibly insightful one-day event that you don’t want to miss.

If you haven’t registered yet, click here.

Guest speakers will include ForeScout President and CEO, Michael DeCesare and a special keynote by Jerry Gamblin, Security Specialist, entitled “Learning the Dance: The 5 steps Hackers Use to Hack Your Company.” A little bit about Jerry:

Jerry’s passion for security was ignited in 1989 when he hacked Oregon Trail to give himself the highest score on his 3rd grade teachers Apple IIe.

As a (mostly) grown up security evangelist and analyst, he has been featured on numerous blogs, podcasts and has spoken at security conferences around the world on keeping companies secure.

When he’s not helping companies be more secure, you can find him taking his son to swim lessons or trying to finally learn python.

You can read his latest thoughts at and on Twitter at @JGamblin.

We encourage you to join us for breakfast before the event, and happy hour after the event. Let’s be honest, it’s Washington DC…which means traffic, so why not enjoy a bite to eat with your fellow seminar attendees after registration? We’ll also be showcasing our FireEye and the ForeScout-FireEye integration and accompanying use cases at hour happy hour, over drinks and snacks of course.

Look forward to seeing you there!


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