Upcoming Events

20th - 22nd August 2018

Global CISO Executive Summit, Hilton Head Island

The Global CISO Executive Summit provides a platform for CISOs to develop tangible solutions to the biggest challenges facing their community. Now in its sixth year, this invitation-only conference unites the most influential CISOs from North America and abroad for 2 days of insights, networking and candid conversations.
Today’s CISOs know that no individual organization has enough resources, personnel or time to truly protect every aspect of the enterprise, safeguard brand reputation and mitigate risk across the business. This conference provides the forum for CISOs to capitalize on knowledge from the brightest minds in security to ensure their continued personal and collective success.

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11th - 12th September 2018

IANS Illinois Forum

For 15 years CISOs and their teams have looked to IANS Forums for guidance, peer networking and information gathering related to their most difficult challenges. These two-day regional events are hosted in 12 major cities and gather an attendance of between 150 and 250 Information Security professionals from practitioner organizations — including companies from a wide range of industries within the Fortune 1000™. Solution Providers present their offerings during eight 35-minute “Technology Spotlight Sessions” over the course of the event.

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1st - 3rd October 2018

2018 FS-ISAC EMEA Summit, Amsterdam

Partners in the Information Security community have all been challenged in 2018 with the onslaught of DDoS and phishing campaigns with payloads that have included credential stealing malware, destructive malware and ransomware. In addition, to the evolving threat landscape, everyone is challenged with supporting corporate strategies that look to leverage advancing technology and services that expand perimeter boundaries and place a greater demand for protecting the information that financial services companies’ customers and fellow employees entrust them with. From a governance perspective, everyone sees increased government and industry regulations and corporate boards are demanding greater visibility into companies’ programs. These challenges are expanding the responsibilities placed upon security professionals and requiring them to ensure we are following best practices.
We invite you to our session, “Top Cyber Risk Challenges Deception Can Help You Solve”, Oct 1st at 14:15.

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2nd - 3rd October 2018

IANS Washington DC Forum

For 15 years CISOs and their teams have looked to IANS Forums for guidance, peer networking and information gathering related to their most difficult challenges. These two-day regional events are hosted in 12 major cities and gather an attendance of between 150 and 250 Information Security professionals from practitioner organizations — including companies from a wide range of industries within the Fortune 1000™. Solution Providers present their offerings during eight 35-minute “Technology Spotlight Sessions” over the course of the event.

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24th - 26th October 2018

GRF Summit, Leesburg

The purpose of the GRF Summit on Third-Party Risk is to increase awareness of security best practices, offer an opportunity for collaboration among third-party vendors and organizations’ risk management teams, and provide a platform for security leaders to share expertise and learn from each other to improve holistic security.
The Summit will provide training, education and networking on the critical cyber and physical security issues facing ISAC/ISAO members, their vendors, and the areas where the two groups intersect.

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14th - 15th November 2018

Transformational CISO Assembly, Miami

Join industry leaders in Miami to discuss the latest cyber security strategies.
In a new digital world, driven by data, businesses of all sizes are working tirelessly to secure their networks, devices, and of course, their data. Fortune 500 organizations are especially vulnerable as they have big data pools and thousands of people who need access. CISOs need to plan for worst-case scenarios, stay ahead of latest IT Security transformation technology, and maintain their company’s information assets, all without losing sight of the corporate culture.
This is not just another “IT Security” event. Spaces are reserved for the best in the business.

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