For nearly 30 years, Trend Micro’s unwavering vision has been to make the world safe for exchanging digital information. Security is our entire focus, and it shows. This single-minded passion has inspired our innovations that keep up with the bad guys despite a changing IT landscape, riskier user behavior, and constantly evolving threats.
The depth of our experience remains unmatched. From the endpoint to the network to the cloud, we’ve got you covered with a connected threat defense recognized by analysts, customers, and industry gurus of all kinds.
155 million endpoints. 500,000+ companies worldwide. One security software company.
Bell is Canada's largest communications company, providing broadband wireless, TV, Internet and business communication services from Bell Canada, Bell Aliant and Bell MTS. Bell Media is Canada's premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio, out of home and digital media. To learn more, please visit Bell.ca or BCE.ca.
Microsoft is proud to provide the Cloud infrastructure for GeekWeek 2018 with Microsoft Azure. As one of the approved public cloud providers for the Government of Canada, Azure is the most used public cloud for Public Safety, National Defence and Science departments. Microsoft is committed to Open Source languages, tools and source through GitHub.
Arctic Security helps turn raw cyber threat data into harmonized threat intelligence. We create tools to automate the collection, harmonization, processing and distribution of threat information. With Arctic Security products vital threat information will be shared from the ones who know to the ones that need to know. Company is based in Finland and our team has extensive experience in working in the cyber threat intelligence industry. .
The Kibana virtual machines are supplied by CANARIE in the DAIR cloud.
For more information about CANARIE and the DAIR program, please visit canarie.ca/cloud/
GeekWeek is NOT a typical conference. It is a collaborative, innovative and hands-on workshop on information technology security (IT), in which more than one hundred (100) specialists come together to find solutions to cyber security issues. This is done by developing software prototypes, analytics products and cyber incident methodologies and processes. At the end of the workshop, the solutions and the tools developed are presented and demoed and made available to all GeekWeek participants. These tools are beneficial to the entire cyberspace security sector. If you are interested to help, GeekWeek offers a variety of unique marketing and promotional opportunities to suit all budgets and objectives. Also, when you support GeekWeek, you send a message to your partners that you care about making the cyberspace a safer place. For more information about the sponsorship package, please download the sponsorship proposal.