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IronNet Calls for Industry Collaboration on Cybersecurity Through Collective Defense

IronNet Cybersecurity, the leading provider of Collective Defense and network detection and response, participated in a series of industry events as part of the Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW) 2020. The engagements are led by General (Ret.) Keith B. Alexander, IronNet Chairman and Co-CEO, former Director of the U.S. National Security Agency and Founding Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command. 

IronNet kicked-off the slew of industry engagements with the SICW 2020 Fireside Chat “The Future Tech Landscape: Bipolar?” where General (Ret.) Alexander was featured as a senior-level speaker. He shared his views on collective advancement of cyber stability and strengthening public-private partnerships.

IronNet will exhibit at the GovWare Focus 2020 on October 7 and 8, 2020 and General (Ret.) Alexander will deliver his keynote speech “Protecting the Rising Digital Wealth of Nations through Collective Cyber Defense” on October 8, 2020. During his keynote, General (Ret.) Alexander will discuss how digital growth expands the threat landscape and makes securing digital infrastructure for both the public and private sectors more difficult than ever.  

“As more adversaries take an all-of-nation approach, we are seeing a paradigm shift to a cyber defense model where our customers can securely and automatically share intelligence with one another,” said General (Ret.) Alexander. “Our engagements in the Asia/Pacific region underscore our commitment to empower public and private organizations to collaborate and realize the benefits of collective defense at scale. Our collective approach is revolutionizing how organizations secure their networks and is contributing to a safer world for everyone.”

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