October 24 - 30, 2009
Gaylord National Resort, National Harbor, MD
The largest information security conference on the East Coast is also the only security conference expressly assembling experts to challenge the status quo.
CSI thinks that we should forget about tweaking the status quo. We're already well into a post-perimeter world but without a consensus on the strategic plan moving forward. It's time to grapple with the issues and technologies that can radically alter the way security works-now, and in the months and years ahead.
CSI 2009 features a comprehensive program, covering security from both a management and technical perspective. We know that you live in the real-world, that security needs to be part of the business plan, and that you need solutions that work.
But we won't stop there. CSI 2009 will go beyond the current, accepted thinking, and focus on what's next, on how to change security from being constantly reactive, to actually giving security professionals the upper hand.
If you've got a stake in how the profession is defined, CSI 2009 is your opportunity to come and be a part of those defining it.
CSI 2009 Attendees
CSI 2009 is designed for information security and IT professionals of all levels: executives, directors, managers and staff, and anyone needing to gain an understanding of both the technical aspects of security, and how security fits into the overall business plan.
Attendees range from CISOs to security specialists, and come from Fortune 500 companies to SMBs. CSI 2009 is attended by practitioners from over 40 countries. Over half of attendees are CSI Members.