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Leading Data Center Analyst and Security Consultant to Provide Guidance on Deploying Security in Emerging Private and Hybrid Cloud Environments

BOXBOROUGH, Mass., Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Crossbeam Systems, Inc., the leading provider of next-generation security platforms for high-performance networks, today announced that it will host a Next Generation Data Center (NGDC) forum in Chantilly, Va., on Nov. 29, 2012. The forum will provide valuable information about how IT professionals can address security challenges associated with evolving data centers as they become increasingly virtualized, and what is required to successfully align network security infrastructure to the demands of private and hybrid cloud environments.

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Session speakers include:

Matthew Eastwood, group vice president of enterprise platforms at IDC – Eastwood will discuss the evolution of the data center and the challenges IT organizations face as they migrate their infrastructure to NGDCs and look to take advantage of the benefits of the private cloud. In his presentation titled, "Moving Beyond Virtualization to the Cloud," Eastwood will provide guidance on the unique requirements of network security infrastructure and the difficulty of adapting it to meet the demands of highly virtualized and dynamic environments.

Jeffery M. Sherwood, CISSP, founder and principal security strategist at Sherwood & Associates, LLC – Sherwood will provide his insights on how to leverage Crossbeam in the NGDC based on his extensive experience as both a Crossbeam customer and security expert and consultant. Previously, Sherwood was at H&R Block, where he managed its information security operations team, and later served as the company's principal security strategist. Additionally, Sherwood participated in a U.S. Senate Forum for Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, which contributed to the Presidential Cybersecurity Policy released in June 2009. He later served as an advisor on the IRS's ETAAC Security Sub-Committee for the advancement of the security for the nation's tax preparation and electronic filing infrastructure.

Peter Doggart, senior director of global marketing at Crossbeam – Doggart will outline how IT professionals are evolving traditional network security infrastructure by adopting server virtualization attributes to more effectively support the private cloud and NGDC. Doggart will share highlights from Crossbeam's data center survey, which cites network security as the primary reason IT organizations are stalled in their NGDC efforts. Attendees will learn about the hurdles their peers are facing and understand how new flexible and adaptable NGDC environments are causing organizations to "Rethink the Network."


Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum from 12-3 p.m. EST.


To register for this event or for more information, please visit:

For more details on Crossbeam's 2012 survey that cites network security as the number one reason IT organizations are stalled in their NGDC efforts, please read about the survey results.  

About Crossbeam

Crossbeam Systems®, Inc. offers a proven approach to deploying network security that meets the extreme performance, scalability and reliability demands of large enterprises, service providers and government agencies. Its leading X-Series security platform offers an open, high-performance architecture that easily provisions and scales multiple best-in-class security applications to meet the ever-changing threat landscape. Companies rely on Crossbeam to intelligently manage risk, accelerate and maintain compliance, and protect their businesses from evolving threats. Crossbeam is headquartered in Boxborough, Mass., and has offices in Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific. More information is available at

Crossbeam Systems and Crossbeam are registered trademarks of Crossbeam Systems, Inc. All other company, product or service names not owned by Crossbeam mentioned in this press release are the property of their respective owners.

Contact: Sharon Dratch
Davies Murphy Group
(781) 418-2425

SOURCE Crossbeam Systems, Inc.

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