SC Congress Chicago 2012
November 8, 2012
Speakers include Tony Sagar, InfoSec Consultant for the U.S. Department of Defense and Jill Vaughn, CISO for TSA
Our inaugural event in the Windy City, SC Congress Chicago 2012 is bound to be just as big a hit as its sister event in NYC. Following on the success of five yearly events in the Big Apple and another four annual two-day conference and expos in Toronto, SC Congress Chicago will hone in on the information security topics and happenings that are near and dear to the hearts of every information security leader. Industry-leading experts will be on hand for keynotes, panel discussions and other educational sessions to ensure that attendees of the event take back with them to their organizations actionable information they’ll be able to put to use everyday.
From the latest cyber attacks and vulnerabilities to the most heavily hit technologies on which we all have come to rely, this event is slated to cover all the problem areas for which IT security pros like you are seeking answers. Coming from both the public and private sectors, expert speakers will be able to provide a range of experiences and war stories, alongside the most effective ways they’ve found to tackle them. For example, Illinois’ own CISO Rafael Diaz will share with you his take on the best ways to safeguard your enterprise and the critical data it houses. We will also hear from Ward Spangenberg, director of information security for Pearl.com, who will discuss how to build a security organization from the ground up – including all the good, the bad and the ugly that can crop up during such an arduous initiative.
And not only will you be able to pose your questions to the likes of these pros, but you’ll also have a chance to meet up with just a sampling of the top solutions and service providers in the market by hitting a bustling expo hall. We can’t wait to see you at the 2012 SC Congress Chicago on Nov. 8.Venue
1044 West Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60607http://venueonechicago.com/location.cfm
For more info:http://congress.scmagazine.com/page.cfm/link=16