You won’t want to miss True’s sessions at the upcoming Oklahoma Infragard Information Warfare Summit 10 on Thursday, November 2nd! True prides ourselves on being information security advisors to both our clients and the information security community at large. Our talks are designed to not only expand participants' information security knowledge, but also enlighten them with actionable security advice they can take back and implement within their organizations.
Information Warfare Summit 10
Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 8 AM to 4:30 PM
Moore Norman Technology Center – South Penn Campus
13301 S. Pennsylvania Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
Cost: $20, registration required
Oklahoma Infragard IWS10 Website
First up in True’s line-up, at 11 AM, Dr. Jerald Dawkins will deliver a keynote presentation titled “From the Basement to the Boardroom – How Information Security Has Changed Over the Last Ten Years and Where It Is Going.”
Abstract: To understand where we are going, you must understand where we have been. Information security has been a roller coaster ride over the past decade. During this talk, Dr. Dawkins will present his experience on how technology, compliance, and security has changed across multiple industries. He will provide an interesting, retrospective analysis to better equip our InfoSec community for the future – a future where information security has broader visibility and impact not only in technology but in the boardroom.
Next, True’s very own Geoff Wilson will deliver a presentation titled “There Will Be Breaches: How to Equip Our Organizations for the Decade Ahead.” Geoff’s presentation is currently scheduled at 2:00 PM, room 109/110.
Abstract: In this talk, Geoff will review some notable and some lesser known information security breaches from the last 10 years. By understanding root causes and underlying security control failures, we can distill the lessons learned to create more breach-resilient organizations. We don't know what the next 10 years will hold, but one thing is for sure: There Will Be Breaches. The best time to prepare for an incident is before it occurs. Let's invest some time today to enhance our preparedness and planning.
We look forward to seeing you in our presentation sessions at the IWS10 conference!