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BlackStratus participates in Joint FDA-ISPE CGMP Conference
Date:6/6/2012

PISCATAWAY, N.J., June 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- BlackStratus, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based security information and event management (SIEM) software solutions, announced today that Chad Skipper, Chief Security Officer, spoke at the FDA/ISPE co-sponsored "Redefining the 'C' in 'CGMP'" Conference in Baltimore, Maryland on Monday, June 4, 2012. Mr. Skipper joined a line-up of esteemed global regulatory officials and pharmaceutical industry leaders who spoke on the key CGMP issues affecting the pharmaceutical industry today.

"We valued Chad Skipper's participation in the CGMP Conference," said ISPE President and CEO Nancy Berg. "His observations and expertise on cloud computing and related issues are of great interest to our Members and conference attendees. We appreciate his contributions, which added to the overall success of the event."

"I was honored to have been chosen to present at this conference," said Skipper. "I enjoyed discussing the intricacies of confidentiality, availability, and integrity as it relates to cloud computing. These are critical issues that transcend all industries."

About BlackStratus 
BlackStratus is a leading provider of cloud-based security information and event management (SIEM) software solutions deployed and operated by ''Security as a Service'' (SECaaS) providers of all sizes, government agencies and individual enterprises. Our SIEM Storm technology is used by organizations worldwide to detect, prevent and defend against both major and minor IT security breaches from the end point to the data center, to the ''Cloud.'' The SIEM Storm technology delivers a correlated and centralized, real-time view of alerts, status messages and a variety of security events generated by disparate third-party security products (such as firewalls, anti-virus products, intrusion detection software, etc.), allowing security professionals to identify and st
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