February is the shortest month, but we’ve got lots packed into our latest newsletter. Namely madness—March Madness, that is. Next month is all about basketball and brackets. Join us for both (plus beers!) on day one of the NCAA tourney at River North staple, Rockit Bar and Grill.
And speaking of Rocket … the wise-cracking Raccoon and the rest of earth’s mightiest heroes regroup against Thanos for the Endgame. Theirs or his? Find out at our private screening on opening day. Bring the family too!
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Basketball, Brackets & Beer — Oh My!
Join us in River North at Rockit Bar & Grill to kick off March Madness on day one, hosted by our partner Check Point. Bring your brackets. We’ll have the beer!
- Thursday, March 21st, 11 am – 5 pm
- Rockit Bar & Grill, 22 W. Hubbard St.
Avengers: Endgame Movie Premiere
For earth’s mightiest heroes, the Endgame is here. Join us on opening day for the movie premiere of the year on Friday, April 26th at the AMC Rosemont theater. Complimentary tickets for you and your family, plus snack vouchers and raffle giveaways. Not to be missed!Get Tickets
Password Managers Found Vulnerable
A new report suggests popular password managers aren’t quite as secure as you might first think, containing some worrying flaws.
Geoffrey A. Fowler, Tech columnist at The Washington Post, in an article the report: “Now for some counterintuitive advice: I still think you should use a password manager. So do the ethical hackers with Independent Security Evaluators who came to me with news of the flaws — and other security pros I spoke to about the study, published Tuesday. You wouldn’t stop using a seat belt because it couldn’t protect you from every kind of vehicle accident. The same applies to password managers.”
CISO Q&A On Identity As The New Perimeter
“Part of my leadership .. as we move to our virtual private cloud environment, is that we’re focused on the concept of managing identity as the perimeter.”