When we go to a baseball game, we’re probably thinking about cheering for our favorite team, what we’re going to buy at the concession stand, or if we’re going to be lucky enough to catch a foul ball (or better yet, a home run). But there’s a lot of work that happens behind the scenes to ensure everything runs smoothly and fans enjoy the game. For Major League Baseball (MLB) and its 30 Clubs, IT plays an important role in ensuring a great experience for spectators and employees. Chief Information Security Officer Neil Boland joins us to tell us more on how MLB is utilizing Citrix to support their teams.
PODCAST | 19m
June 2, 2021
Chief Information Security Officer, Major League Baseball
Neil Boland is responsible for the League’s cyber defense strategy, operations, and incident response efforts. Working closely with the Clubs, Neil and his team have built a comprehensive and innovative cyber program, MLB CSI (Cyber Security Initiative) to help protect League and Club brands, assets, and staff from cyberattacks.
Neil also leads MLB's Technology Services organization, which is responsible for technology strategy and operations for MLB users and events.
Technical Marketing Architect, Citrix
Ana loves creating content that enables customers to understand the best practices and functionalities of Citrix solutions. Ana started at Citrix more than 6 years ago as a college graduate in the leadership development program. She has held various roles prior to joining the technical marketing team during her career at Citrix including, inside sales engineer, mobility sales engineer, and virtualization senior sales engineer for enterprise accounts.
Lead Architect, Citrix
With more than 15 years of experience designing and securing virtual workspaces, Daniel continues to deliver solutions and best practices for all types of organizations. Like many in the tech field, Daniel’s background originated with an on-premises, Windows-based environment, and grew to encompass cloud, mobility and digital workspaces.
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