Trent Pham

Trent Pham is Head of Security Products for Windstream and is responsible for the organization's enterprise security service strategy, development, and life cycle management. He joined Windstream in 2016 and has 20 years of security product management experience with communication service providers, security service provider, and startups. Trent also taught information technology at the University of Denver's Information and Communications Technology Graduate Program. Trent received an MBA from the University of Denver's Daniels College of Business, a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado in Boulder, and holds a CISSP certification.

  • Protecting Your Business from Crimes of Opportunity

    Protecting Your Business from Crimes of Opportunity

    Security threats to mid-sized companies are more associated with crimes of opportunity that are caused by a lack of security or human error, such as misconfiguration or opening a virus attachment.

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  • 4 Essential SD-WAN Security Defenses

    4 Essential SD-WAN Security Defenses

    SD-WAN offers many advantages, but security remains a common concern. Learn the 4 must-have SD-WAN security defenses.

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  • What is GDPR and Should You Care?

    What is GDPR and Should You Care?

    GDPR is a far-reaching and complicated regulation. This article explains how GDPR works, what is required for compliance, and how it can affect you and your business.

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  • What is a DDoS attack and how does it affect my business?

    What is a DDoS attack and how does it affect my business?

    DDoS attacks are on the rise. This post explains what they are and what you can do to prevent it from impacting your business.

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  • Is Your Enterprise Making Sensitive Information Unintentionally Vulnerable?

    Is Your Enterprise Making Sensitive Information Unintentionally Vulnerable?

    Protecting your organization from security threats is an obvious must. But are you doing enough? Here are 3 musts for ensuring security and protecting your organization from unnecessary breaches.

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