• Thank you for a wonderful conference! See you in 2015!

  • Thank you to our 2014 Platinum Sponsors

  • Thank you to our 2014 Gold Sponsors.

Save the dates and celebrate 10 years! May 12-13, 2015. Follow along all year using #Sec360 on Twitter.

Secure360 updates

2015 call for presentations now open!

Call for presentations for 2015 Secure360 Conference (May 12-13, 2015) is now open. Click to submit your session for consideration. All conference submissions must be received by November 13.

2014 speaker slides available

Speaker slides from the 2014 conference are now available. To view slides from a session of interest, click here. Currently, we have added all slides that have been made available to us by speakers. We will update more as they are received. Thank you!

WebTracks Series

Join UMSA during its WebTracks Series as part of an ongoing educational initiative to support the Secure360 Conference year-round.  These free one-hour webinars provide education to participants from high-level industry speakers and specialists. The next WebTracks event is on October 9, “Evolutionary Security”. Register today.

about Secure360

Secure360 is the premier educational conference in the Upper Midwest for the information risk management and security industry. The conference is supported by the Upper Midwest Security Alliance (UMSA).

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