Secure360 is the premier educational conference for security professionals in the Upper Midwest. That might sound like a bold claim, but we’ve got the sponsors, exhibitors, speakers and attendees, the conference to back it up! 2014 will be no exception. We’re getting excited about our conference May 12 through 14, and we hope you are too.
If you’re still deciding if you should register or not, we’ve got a few things that might convince you to join us.
Breakout sessions and pre-conference
You might be thinking, this sounds great, but two days won’t be enough. We agree. That’s why we’re offering pre-conference breakout sessions that allow you to spend half or a whole day really digging into issues that matter to you. This year, we’re offering a half day emergency management mock exercise, a full-days on introduction to pen testing, introduction to reverse engineering malware samples, and preparing your organization for cloud computing.
We’ve had exciting keynote speakers in the past, and 2014 will be no exception. This year, we’ve got the former White House CIO and one of America’s most respected authority on internet security, net crime, fraud mitigation and technology implementation, Theresa Payton. As founder of Fortalice LLC, a security, risk and fraud consulting company, she’s on the front lines fighting off cyber attacks.
In the Upper Midwest, we love to talk about the weather, and who better to talk about it than meteorologist Paul Douglas. In a time of extreme weather, Douglas will talk about land use and climate change and the potential for “Black Swan” weather events.
Not only do we have thought-leading speakers, hundreds of exhibitors (Like Delta Airlines, Medtronic, Target, United Health Group, Xcel Energy) and a lot of great sponsors, we also have hundreds of other security professionals attending that you can network with.
Let’s be honest, we’re a little selfish. We think you should attend Secure360 because YOU make the conference even better. The more security professionals we have in one place sharing ideas and learning from each better, the better the conference, the more informed the security industry. We want to know what you think and what questions you have, and we want you to share them at the conference. We look forward to seeing you in May!
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