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Silobreaker Sponsors Cyber Security Forum Initiative

We’re thrilled to announce our new partnership with Washington, DC and Omaha, NE based non-profit organisation The Cyber Security Forum CSFI_1_Logo-11-e1446715765905-288x300Initiative (CSFI).

Founded in 2006 by former AT&T Chief Security Engineer Paul de Souza (pictured below), CSFI has grown to become a thriving online community of Cyber Security and Warfare professionals. The requirements of CSFI’s 56,000 members drive its core mission to “provide Cyber Warfare awareness, guidance, and security solutions through collaboration, education, volunteer work, and training.”

At Silobreaker we’re huge fans of CSFI and regularly follow and contribute to discussions on its Linkedin group. If you’ve not joined that yet, we’d highly recommend you do!

Silobreaker’s new status as an Operational Sponsor marks the continuation of a long relationship we’ve shared with CSFI. The initiative’s founder Paul joined us for our cyber social last month in Washington, DC.

Make sure you don’t miss the next Silobreaker get together in your area by following us on Twitter and Linkedin and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’d like to get us involved in your next event.

Finally, be sure to join in the conversation on the CSFI Linkedin group. It really is a brilliant resource for the latest news and discussion in our industry.

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