WATCH: All Points Showcases the Mars Suite During the Florida Cybersecurity Forum
By Space Coast Daily // December 1, 2019
Mars Suite provides a comprehensive common operating picture of network vulnerabilities and threats
SPACE COAST DAILY TV: The first annual Florida Cybersecurity Forum was held Nov. 20 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Tom Feeney, president and CEO of AIF, Jamie Miller from Mission Multiplier, Space Foundation CEO Tom Zelibor, All Points’ Steve Lloyd and Sid Kaul spoke to Space Coast Daily’s Chris Bonanno about the event.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLORIDA – Brevard-based All Points was a major sponsor of the Foundation of Associated Industries of Florida’s “Florida Cybersecurity Forum” event held November 19 and 20 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The Florida Cybersecurity Forum convened business leaders, issue experts and senior government officials for an educational dialogue on cybersecurity, its escalating impact on governments, industry, and our communities, and how the public and private sectors can work together to better fortify Florida.
All Points recently announced its Mars Suite, the company’s cybersecurity software product developed in conjunction with small business technology partner Mission Multiplier.
The Mars Suite provides a comprehensive common operating picture of network vulnerabilities and threats
allowing network managers to quickly identify and move to respond to cyberattacks.
The Mars Suite product has been approved by JITC and is under evaluation by NASA at the MSFC in Alabama.
“All Points has been an active and established member of AIF since 2012 and along with enjoying a great relationship, we are really excited to provide advocacy to the 2019 Florida Cybersecurity Forum,” said All Points Chief Executive Officer Phil Monkress.
All Points is headquartered in Merritt Island, Florida and also has offices in Virginia, Huntsville, Houston and Lousiana.
During the Florida Cybersecurity Forum, high-level discussions explored the most significant cyber-threats to companies and Florida’s critical infrastructure, how to manage risk and improve resiliency, evaluating liabilities and the marketplace for cyber insurance, efforts to ensure the security of Florida’s election systems, the vulnerability of municipalities and SME’s, and the current state of cyber educational training and workforce development.
“We played two key roles at the event – first supporting the education and awareness of the criticality of cyber threats, and secondly helping to provide potential solutions through our available tools and support,” said Steve Lloyd, All Points Chief Development Officer.
The Foundation of Associated Industries of Florida was formed in 2008 to address the education and development needs of Florida’s business community.
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