Event Report: Fuel Chapter Meeting Plano, TX

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Read about the Fuel User Group meeting in Plano, TX put on by the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter user group on April 25, 2019. See event pictures and review details of all that happened. Got Questions? Get Answers on LIVEcommunity.

Fuel User Group Palo Alto Networks Dallas-Fort Worth User Group

Two weeks ago, the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the Fuel User Group had a meeting in the Palo Alto Networks Plano office.

 

To start off, the turnout for the event was great. There were over 40 security professionals that showed up to the meeting. 

 

Picture of people in the Fuel User Group meeting looking at a person making an announcement.

 

Oscar Soares, Services Account Manager for Palo Alto Networks, started the meeting by talking about the Best Practice Assessment (BPA) tool, what it is, and how it can help improve your security posture.

Oscar Soares in front of the user group presenting the Best Practice Assessment tool

Graphic of Prevention Architecture Methodology

Graphic of Best Practice Assessment (BPA) Executive Summary

Graphic of Best Practice Assessment Tool Outputs

Graphic of Prevention-Based Architecture Transformation

 

Rob Justice then followed up the meeting with a general overview of Palo Alto Networks products and how the products work together to solve our security issues. After the meeting, everyone walked next door to Sixty Vines, a local restaurant for  happy hour, networking, and further discussions.

 

Overall, it was a great meeting with a great turnout. A lot of great people came out to learn more about Palo Alto Networks and to network with other security professionals.

 

For those who attended the meeting, they all took home a cool Fuel User Group t-shirt.

 

Picture of Fuel User Group t-shirts that say Be nice to your IT department, they log your browser history.

 

Stay tuned because we will be posting more information about Fuel User Group events in the future.

 

More Info
For the Fuel Dallas-Fort Worth user group page on the Fuel site, please visit:
https://www.fuelusergroup.org/p/co/ly/gid=38

 

For more info on Fuel User Group and to register (if you're not already a member), please visit:
https://www.fuelusergroup.org/p/us/in

 

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Joe Delio
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