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Former United States General Cartwright and Dr. Parag Pruthi to Keynote at NIKSUN's WWSMC in Princeton, NJ

PRINCETON, N.J., June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NIKSUN® Inc., the world leader in real time and forensics-based cybersecurity and network monitoring solutions, will feature General Cartwright at its 10th World Wide Security & Mobility Conference (WWSMC), June 25-27th, 2014 in Princeton, New Jersey. The former US General will keynote, along with Dr. Parag Pruthi, NIKSUN Founder, Chairman and CEO, making this WWSMC a truly "generalized" event!

General James E. Cartwright served as Commander, U.S. Strategic Command, before being nominated and appointed as the 8th Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff - the nation's second highest military officer. Dr. Pruthi, also known as the "father of packet capture," speaks internationally on cyber terrorism, and is recognized as one of the foremost experts in advanced cybersecurity technologies. Dr. Pruthi is a trusted advisor on cyber defense strategies for various governments and enterprises around the world. He is often invited to keynote at various NATO nations, defense agencies, and strategic commands.

Both General Cartwright and Dr. Pruthi will keynote at the conference which also features other high-profile speakers from government, academia, and corporate business, featuring thought-provoking topics on cyber warfare and cyber defense, as well as the critically important mobile security. Past keynote speakers at WWSMC have included the Honorable Michael Chertoff, Former Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Commissioner William Ralph Basham, Former U.S. Commissioner of U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP), Director of the United States Secret Service (USSS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Senior Executive Presidential appointee in the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations.

Dr. Parag Pruthi, NIKSUN Founder, Chairman, and CEO first conceived the idea of NIKSUN's WWSMC through conversations with high-ranking government officials. Spurred on by discussions with Mr. McConnell, the late Congressman Solarz, and former Senator Lieberman, Dr. Pruthi decided to start an educational campaign to raise awareness on the issues facing the world from malicious cyber criminals operating inside and outside our borders. The first NIKSUN World Wide Security & Mobility Conference (WWSMC) was held in Princeton, NJ, and was jam packed with 200 attendees, ranging from industry, government, and academia. Since then it has grown phenomenally and has been held at various venues around the world.

For more information on WWSMC and to register, click here.

You can visit NIKSUN's website at www.niksun.com

About NIKSUN, Inc.
NIKSUN® is the recognized worldwide leader in making the Unknown Known. The company develops a highly scalable array of real time and forensics-based cybersecurity and network performance management solutions for government & intelligence agencies, service providers, financial services companies, and large enterprises such as retailers and manufacturers. NIKSUN´s award-winning appliances deliver unprecedented flexibility and packet capture power. The company´s patented real-time analysis and recording technology is the industry´s most comprehensive solution for secure and reliable network infrastructure and services, providing the power to instantly Know the Unknown.® NIKSUN, headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, has sales offices and distributors throughout the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.

NIKSUN, NetDetector, NetVCR, NetOmni and other NIKSUN marks are either registered trademarks or trademarks of NIKSUN, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. For more information, including a complete list of NIKSUN marks, visit NIKSUN's website at www.niksun.com.  

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