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Senior Product & Digital Marketing Manager, Menlo Security, Inc.
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Jay Kelley is senior product and digital marketing manager for Menlo Security, Inc., responsible for the company's social media presence, go-to-market strategy and execution, vertical market-focused materials, and marketing content development. Prior to Menlo, Jay was senior product marketing Manager for F5 Networks, responsible for integrated marketing and go-to-market strategy and execution for application access, identity & access management (IAM), and mobile products and services. Jay has more than 30 years' experience in application, network, web, and mobile security and access control, identity and access management (IAM), and enterprise mobility. Jay has spoken at numerous technology events, and is co-author of the book, "Network Access Control for Dummies", published by John Wiley & Sons in 2009.

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Ransomware vs. Cryptojacking

7/3/2018
Cybercriminals are increasingly turning to cryptojacking over ransomware for a bigger payday. Here's what enterprises need to know in order to protect their digital assets and bank accounts.

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