Secure360 is here! We’re excited, and we hope you are too. If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still time. In case you’re wondering what you’re getting into, we have a few highlights we’d like to point out.
We have two excellent keynote speakers planned for this year’s conference.
Paul Douglas, meteorologist and entrepreneur is coming to talk about the Midwest’s favorite topic, the weather. Douglas will take us through the weather extremes—he’ll talk droughts, floods, “weather whiplash,” the possibility for “black swan” weather events and discuss the long-range forecast.
We’ve also got former White House CIO Theresa Payton keynoting at Secure360 this year. Payton is one of the most respected authorities on internet security and cybercrime. Massive cyber attacks are one of the most pressing security concerns in the nation right now, and Payton understands this concerns better than anyone. She’ll talk us through solutions for strengthening security against cyber criminals.
Secure360 Conference App
This year, it’ll be easier than ever for attendees to keep up with speakers, exhibitors and each other with the new Secure360 app! This app offers in-depth information about speakers, sessions and allows you to share comments and keep up with others through notes and photos using the app. It will also serve as a tool to help you in the Secure360 scavenger hunt and win prizes. Don’t forget, download the app before you come to Secure360, and it will remind you not to miss keynote talks at the conference and more.
Excellent networking opportunities
Secure360 offers attendees valuable networking opportunities because we bring together hundreds of multi-domain security professionals at all levels in the industry. Attendees can share with and learn from each other. Last year we brought together over 1,200 security industry professionals, and we expect that number to be even bigger this year.
We’re working hard putting the final touches on the conference planning so you can have an excellent experience. You can keep up with the conversation on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Follow and use hashtag #Sec360 on Twitter and for your own tweets about the conference.
See you there!