One of the things I LOVE about cybersecurity is all the merchandise, I have actually taken to collecting them now because I am so sad and obsessed 😊
I thought I would share some of the merch I have from different vendors in cybersecurity because some of them are pretty cool.
Also think it will pretty cool to look back after a few years and see how each company has changed the look or product that they have.
The first company is Varonis:-
“Varonis provides data-centric security that makes it possible to quickly and confidently answer the question, “Is our data safe?”
Varonis was founded in 2005 by security and systems experts, Yaki Faitelson and Ohad Korkus, to give organizations more visibility into their data and to protect their critical information.Fast-forward to today: Varonis employs about 1,500 professionals around the globe.
In addition to its headquarters in NYC, Varonis has offices in Israel, France, UK, Germany, Ireland, The Netherlands, and Australia, plus additional U.S. locations in Portland, OR; Morrisville, North Carolina; and Reston, Virginia.
Varonis supports thousands of customers worldwide, including leading firms in the financial services, public, healthcare, industrial, insurance, energy and utilities, consumer and retail, media and entertainment, technology, and education sectors.”
I must admit I have never used any Varonis products for any of the companies I have worked at but I can now say I have wore a T-Shirt to dress as you please Friday and used the pen a lot 😊
One to give a shout out to Rachel on PR at Varonis who is one of the nicest people I have ever had to deal with on anything ever.
And so to the merch, I manged to grab a T-Shirt, Notebook and Pen.
All three are proper good quality, per is great to write with and will move in to the notepad when I finish the one I am using.
Extra points for having my size in T-Shirt when many don’t hahaha
Anyways, I am enjoying this content that think companies merchandise deserves more exposure especially with the lack of in face conventions recently.
Also, do cybersecurity companies get USB’s made anymore, thought they all would have had 😊
The winner from Varonis was the T-Shirt.
Alex/Muldwych/The Security Noob