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Partner Events

NC TECH partners with organizations and programs throughout the year, connecting our members to local events and sharing perks such as free or discounted registration. Only NC TECH member companies and their employees can take advantage of discounts associated with our partnerships. Non-members are not eligible.

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Are you an NC TECH member who has an event to share with our members? Click below and submit the Partner's Event form below. Questions? Contact Rachel Kennedy.


Score a hole in one with Cloudflare & Verinext on February 9th!

Thursday, February 9

Enjoy an afternoon at the driving range! 

We are gathering some of our prominent North Carolina customers & prospects to mingle, meet the Cloudflare team, and enjoy an afternoon at Drive Shack. As the world opens up, we hope this safe, outdoor event is a welcome escape from hours sitting behind the Zoom screen. 

In addition, we will have a SASE Specialist & a Verinext security expert onsite to discuss any Network Security or Zero Trust questions or ideas that you have in mind for your organization. This is a great space for all skill levels to have fun, network, and enjoy some food and drinks on Cloudflare & Verinext.

Date: February 9, 2023
Time: 3pm-6pm EST
Location: Drive Shack - 6901 Play Golf Wy, Raleigh, NC 27607

Register now to let us know you’ll be there!


Save the Data


Monday, March 20

As the frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks increase, it’s critical that organizations are prepared for the worst. One of the best ways to prepare is by completing tabletop exercises that allow you to test your Incident Response (IR) and Disaster Recovery (DR) plans and experience a simulated cyberattack.

Tego and Rubrik have teamed up to offer a half-day workshop that offers both of these exercises to you at no cost! If you’ve ever wondered what a ransomware attack looks and feels like firsthand, Save the Data is a great way to find out.

This tabletop exercise simulates a ransomware attack, giving you a front-row seat to the action. This event is an excellent way to prepare and practice for a real-life ransomware attack. The discussion at this event will highlight gaps that IT and InfoSec teams can address before it’s too late.

In addition, we’ll be conducting a tabletop exercise to test your organization’s IR/DR plan. Effective plans include a well-defined process to identify, contain, eradicate and recover from an attack. From our experience, the best plans thoughtfully integrate people, process and technology. Learn more about the Tego Advisory Team’s three part process which includes identification and containment, eradication, and recovery. Space is limited for this event so register now to secure your spot.


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